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Auto accident and personal injury news, trends,
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To Sue or Not to Sue

To Sue or Not to Sue

Whether or Not to File a Personal Injury Case When Injured in an Accident Is the Question  Every injury seems serious to the person who got injured. But not every injury has the makings of a successful personal injury lawsuit. Here are some questions to consider when...

Common Automobile Accident Injuries

Common Automobile Accident Injuries

Severe Physical and Emotional Damages Can Result in Many Varied Injuries Automobile accidents cause a number of different damages, including physical and emotional injuries as well as property damage. Here are four of the most common injuries people suffer in car...

Tough Colorado Bill Would Hold Careless Drivers More Accountable

Tough Colorado Bill Would Hold Careless Drivers More Accountable

If enacted, violators might lose their driver’s license. Careless driving is the main cause of automobile accidents in Colorado. But the state holds careless drivers responsible only if they injure a "vulnerable road user." Now Colorado lawmakers want to hold careless...

Why Don’t More Coloradoans Wear Seat Belts?

Why Don’t More Coloradoans Wear Seat Belts?

Buckling Up Could Save Dozens of Lives in the State Each Year “Nearly 300 Coloradans have been killed in passenger vehicle crashes this year,” said Chief Matthew Packard, of the Colorado State Patrol, in December 2020. “Over half of those involved unbuckled drivers or...

Dealing With a Colorado Car Accident During the Pandemic

Dealing With a Colorado Car Accident During the Pandemic

Don’t let COVID-19 deter you. You deserve fair compensation for your injuries. The COVID-19 pandemic can make it harder to deal with an automobile accident. But that shouldn't stop injured persons from doing what they need to do to obtain fair compensation for their...

Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Colorado

Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Colorado

An Optional but Safer Choice for Riders According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as far back as 2015, 58 percent of motorcycle riders who were fatally injured in accidents were not wearing a helmet, as opposed to eight percent in states...

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