The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

Rollover Accidents: Uncommon But Deadly

Rollover Accidents: Uncommon But Deadly

Speeding and impaired driving are the two most common reasons for rollover accidents. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, there are 43 vehicle accidents in our state every day. Most of the nearly 16,000 accidents that occur each year in the state...

Motorcyclists’ Right of Way

Motorcyclists’ Right of Way

Rules, Common Sense, and Courtesy Promote Safety on Colorado Roads When a motorcycle collides with a larger passenger vehicle, the motorcyclist is at a much higher risk of serious injury than the occupants of the vehicle. Many motorcycle/vehicle accidents involve...

Breathalyzer Tests for Marijuana on the Way

Breathalyzer Tests for Marijuana on the Way

Identifying a stoned driver is a lot harder than identifying a drunk driver. As more and more states legalize recreational marijuana (Colorado did so in 2014), law enforcement professionals are looking for reliable ways to test for marijuana intoxication in order to...

Colorado Motorcycle Accident Deaths on the Rise

Colorado Motorcycle Accident Deaths on the Rise

More Rider Fatalities, Despite Percentage of Bikes on the Road The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) reports that bike sales rose dramatically in 2018 when compared to 2014, the year that the organization last did a full survey of bike ownership. But motorcycle...

More Coloradans Are Buckling Up

More Coloradans Are Buckling Up

Yet more can be done to reduce the risk of auto accident injuries in our state. In July of this year, the Colorado State Police worked with several rural law enforcement agencies for nearly a week to target drivers in rural areas who were not wearing a seat belt....

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