If stupidity got us into this mess, then why can’t it get us out?

-Will Rogers



The elements for negligence are such: there must be a duty, a breach of that duty, causation, and then damages. If all of these elements are not satisfied, then a negligence claim will fail.


But natural questions arise: How do I know if the other party had a duty? How do I know if they truly breached that duty? If they violated their duty intentionally does that still qualify as negligence? How do I prove causation if it is not direct? What defines damages?


Mark Anthony Law can help you in answering these questions and more.


Under C.R.S. § 13-80-102(a), the statute of limitations for negligence can be between 2-3 years, depending on the type of case. Therefore, the window is relatively small to act and the size of that window varies on a negligence claim.


Don’t delay. Call us today for a free consultation. It doesn’t hurt to know your rights and to be empowered.

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