When a police officer stops you based on suspicion of DUI, taking a breathalyzer test is typically part of the process. You comply, as Colorado law likely requires you to submit to chemical testing in this situation. Your test results exceed the legal limit of 0.08 blood alcohol concentration. Now what?
Accidents occur on a daily basis. When the incident causes injury and is due to the negligence of one party, it may be possible to seek compensation for the accident.
There are millions of people who live from paycheck to paycheck, so enduring physical trauma and having to miss work can be extremely straining and stressful. Those individuals may find a personal injury claim essential to helping them get back on their feet. Even those who do not have financial strain may feel entitled to compensation for their suffering, and rightfully so.
Accidents in themselves are stressful events. Add on the ramifications of an accident, such as medical bills, time lost at work, and mental or emotional trauma, and some people have a long road of recovery ahead.
When you suffer injuries in an auto accident that is not your fault, you may face medical, emotional and financial issues. A personal injury claim can help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Driving under the influence of alcohol is an unfortunately common occurrence in the Northern Colorado area. In the past, people who were convicted with a DUI may have been able to receive a relatively light punishment. Many first-time and repeat DUI offenders do not realize how dangerous it is for them to drive while under the influence of alcohol or other restricted substances. Law enforcement agencies nationwide are working around the clock to apprehend impaired drivers and discourage motorists from drinking and driving.
The purpose of a restraining order is to protect people from harm or significant loss. However, there are times where citizens try to misuse a restraining order for their own gain.
If you filed for divorce or are considering divorce in the state of Colorado, you may have heard that mediation is a requirement. Chances are, if you chose to separate, you already made attempts at resolution. Mediation, however, gives you the opportunity to discuss matters in the presence of a neutral party and work through the details of your divorce with civility.