Posted on June 06, 2013 in Personal Injury
A Colorado driver hits a patch of ice and swerves across the road striking another car. The people who suffer injury bring claim against the driver. The driver argues he confronted an emergency situation and the emergency doctrine applies. Essentially he says he is not at fault since it was an unanticipated condition he confronted. The people who were hurt said that ice and snow are regular occurrences on Colorado highways and the emergency doctrine fails to apply. Attorney David Allen comments on the decision made by the Colorado Supreme Court. To view David Allen’s analysis of this case, click on the You Tube link below:
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