The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

Motorcycle Accidents Are Even Costlier When Riders Skip the Helmet

Motorcycle Accidents Are Even Costlier When Riders Skip the Helmet

Injuries, Fatalities, and Economic Losses Add Up About 60 percent of motorcyclists use helmets. The helmets save lives. Even when riders do wear a helmet, the costs of a motorcycle accident in Colorado are great. In addition to the injuries suffered and lives lost,...

Using Data to Curb Impaired Driving in Colorado

Using Data to Curb Impaired Driving in Colorado

Knowledge Is Power When Assessing Ability to Take the Wheel Taking personal responsibility for your behavior while driving is the first step to keeping yourself and others safe on the road. That means everything from putting the phone down while driving to fastening...

Crumbling Infrastructure Creates Dangerous Driving Conditions

Crumbling Infrastructure Creates Dangerous Driving Conditions

Although driver error is to blame for most auto accidents in Colorado, sometimes deteriorating roads are the cause. Most auto accidents are caused by the carelessness of drivers who speed, succumb to distraction, or run a red light. But some accidents are caused by...

Improve Your Bike Safety With These Tips

Improve Your Bike Safety With These Tips

Following these Colorado regulations can help you avoid accidents and injuries while biking. Spring is on the way, and Coloradoans soon will be biking throughout the state in greater numbers. The heavy traffic in many Colorado cities can be an accident risk for...

Special Method of Surfacing Roads Reduces Car Accidents

Special Method of Surfacing Roads Reduces Car Accidents

Can epoxy help curb Colorado's accident fatality numbers? Drivers are often responsible for crashes. Distracted driving, impaired driving, and speeding are among the most common causes of traffic accidents. But other factors, like weather and road quality, also...

GPS Helps Visually Impaired Drivers

GPS Helps Visually Impaired Drivers

Technology Changes Definition of Who Sees Well Enough Being able to see clearly is essential when behind the wheel, not only for your safety but for that of others on the road. However, thousands of Americans with vision that falls below the legal standard are driving...

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