The Colorado Accident Law Blog

Auto accident and personal injury news, trends,
and resources for Colorado drivers.

Medina Alerts Help Colorado Police Solve Hit and Run Cases

According to JD Supra, the Denver Police Department solves approximately 78 percent of the city’s hit-and-run cases, as compared to Los Angeles, where about 80 percent of the hit-and-run cases occurring between 2008 and 2012 were never solved. What makes the...

The Drowsy Driving Epidemic [Infographic]

The Cost & Consequences of 168 Million Sleep-Deprived Drivers There are countless driving hazards every time we get behind the wheel of a vehicle. But one of the most common can also be the most deadly: driving while drowsy. While texting and driving and drinking...

What’s the Hurry? Tailgaters Need to Back Off

Like many cities in the nation, Denver has its share of aggressive drivers, sometimes known as tailgaters. Experts say that tailgating accounts for many of the 6.8 million car accidents that occur in the U.S. each year. What is Tailgating? Tailgating is defined as...

If You Have to Drive in a Blizzard…

With the northeastern blizzard in the news, there has been a flurry of articles giving tips for driving in snow storms. Since Colorado has its share of snow, we are sharing some of these tips. As Boston.com and Nick Kurczewski of the New York Daily News write, one of...

All Too Common: Seat Belt Defects and Car Accidents

Automobile accidents often lead to serious injuries and sometimes even death. But when the vehicle involved in the accident contains a defective product such as a seat belt, the injuries are often magnified. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety...

Negligence Per Se: A Good Start on the Road to Recovery

If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit in Colorado, you may have heard the term, “negligence per se.” What exactly is negligence per se? Negligence per se is one theory of liability that an injured party can use to recover damages from the party who caused...

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