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In its 2005 decision Friedland v. Travelers Indem. Co., the Colorado Supreme Court altered liability insurance law in Colorado by adopting the “Notice-Prejudice Rule.” 105 P.3d 639 (Colo. 2005).  Prior to Friedland, Colorado courts strictly followed policy language that defined the procedure for notifying insurers of a claim and the process of settling a claim. …

By Stephen C. Robertson[1]  This article briefly looks at the implications of the antitrust and related anti-competitive laws in Colorado through the lens of the possible effect on small businesses.  By its nature, the article uses only a broad brush to suggest how small business can anticipate and avoid some major antitrust and anticompetitive law…

INSURANCE AND REINSURANCE CLAIM GUIDE  – THE INTRODUCTION Robertson and Ash is a law firm with a strong emphasis in commercial litigation, insurance litigation, and reinsurance arbitration and litigation.  We intend our Insurance and Reinsurance Claim Guide Blog to provide a resource to insurers and insureds both in and outside Colorado. do you know where…

Insureds and insurers should thoroughly analyze coverage, damages, and related issues at the inception of the claim process or as soon as an event occurs. For the insured, when there has been a potentially insured loss, it is vital to promptly determine the existence and scope of coverage and to provide notice of claim to…

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