Construction contracts in Colorado put both parties in an interesting position, as they are making an agreement based on a structure that does not exist yet. This gives construction law more intricacies than typical real estate law, which is why it is so important for all sides—buyers, developers and contractors—to know where they stand.
If you get into a car accident, you may be unsure of the steps you need to take next, especially if this is the first time you've been in this situation. Colorado has a varied climate, high-speed highways, and dangerous back roads, so getting into a crash may not be due to negligence or distractions, but someone who can't control their vehicle still needs to account for one's actions.
People come up with terrific business ideas every day, but many dreamers never take steps to transform the idea into a real Larimer County business. Inventor Thomas Alva described genius as "1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration." Ideas are the motivation behind business success, but they're only the starting point.
It's important to understand the very real dangers that you face every day on the roads in Colorado. Car accidents may be even more common than you realize, with 1.2 million people passing away due to injuries sustained in these crashes each year, according to the World Health Organization. If that seems like a staggering number, remember that it is only the statistic for fatalities, not for overall injuries or crashes.
A Larimer County court determines whether a legal agreement is binding only after establishing the parties entered a contract. That sounds simple, but business contract disputes can be stalled when one party alleges the agreement was never signed. Extended litigation adds to costs, which can be prevented when contracts are notarized.
It's everyone's worst nightmare after a car accident; You've been hurt, but you've also found out that the other driver wasn't insured. Not only is driving uninsured illegal, but it leaves you with few options for seeking compensation for yourself and your family.