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Colorado House Bill 20-1290 Failure to Cooperate and the Colorado Supreme Court Decision to Allow the General Session to Continue Beyond 120 Consecutive Days

The House of Representatives of the Colorado General Assembly introduced HB 20-1290 regarding the failure to cooperate defense in February 2020. The bill addresses the ability of an insurer to use a failure to cooperate defense in an action in which the insured has made a claim for benefits under an insurance policy. After suspension of the General Session due to the pandemic, the fate of the bill remains uncertain.

Sutton Booker Ready to Assist Amid COVID-19 Concerns

As global concern increases regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Sutton Booker is well prepared to address its clients’ needs, as well as the needs of our employees. Our office remains open and operational. Sutton Booker remains ready and available to address your litigation issues with the same high quality and efficient legal services you depend on.

Colorado Increases Statutory Damage Caps

Effective January 1, 2020, Colorado increased statutory damage limitations under C.R.S. §§ 44-3-801 (Dram Shop Act), 13-21-102.5 (noneconomic losses), and 13-21-203.7 (wrongful death). The increase in damage caps applies to claims accruing on or after January 1, 2020.

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Colorado House Bill 20-1290 Failure to Cooperate and the Colorado Supreme Court Decision to Allow the General Session to Continue Beyond 120 Consecutive Days

The House of Representatives of the Colorado General Assembly introduced HB 20-1290 regarding the failure to cooperate defense in February 2020. The bill addresses the ability of an insurer to use a failure to cooperate defense in an action in which the insured has made a claim for benefits under an insurance policy. After suspension of the General Session due to the pandemic, the fate of the bill remains uncertain.

Sutton Booker Ready to Assist Amid COVID-19 Concerns

As global concern increases regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Sutton Booker is well prepared to address its clients’ needs, as well as the needs of our employees. Our office remains open and operational. Sutton Booker remains ready and available to address your litigation issues with the same high quality and efficient legal services you depend on.

Colorado Increases Statutory Damage Caps

Effective January 1, 2020, Colorado increased statutory damage limitations under C.R.S. §§ 44-3-801 (Dram Shop Act), 13-21-102.5 (noneconomic losses), and 13-21-203.7 (wrongful death). The increase in damage caps applies to claims accruing on or after January 1, 2020.

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