Economic damages are best viewed as monetary losses or "out of pocket expenses." Most cases have at least three types of economic damage. Property damage, medical bills, and wage loss. In Colorado, property damage is often paid for upfront by an insurance company in an automobile accident case. In motor vehicle collision cases, the primary property damage occurs to the car itself. However, other property damage may include items being transported in a car and even clothing which is often cut off by paramedics. It is not unusual these days to have a laptop computer, radar detector, an iPod, or other high tech devices included as part of property damage. Usually, insurance carriers will pay for a rental car under the property damage coverage in Colorado whether there is an automobile accident in Denver, Grand Junction, or Durango.
If you need assistance with a property damage claim, the injury lawyers at Western States Law, P.C. can help. If a lawsuit is not necessary on the issue, the injury attorneys at Western States Law, P.C. usually help their clients with property damage claims free of charge. You are welcome to call for free advice about how to recover money for the damage to your car even if you are not injured or pursuing a personal injury claim.