The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

Does Lane Splitting Cause Motorcycle Accidents?

Does Lane Splitting Cause Motorcycle Accidents?

Motorcyclists Face Heavy Price for Saving Time in Traffic A little over a month ago, a Colorado motorcyclist and his passenger died after lane splitting on Woodmen Road in Colorado Springs. The driver reportedly was speeding through the lanes before being struck by a...

What Should You Do Following a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

What Should You Do Following a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

The Older You Get, the More Likely You’ll Need to Act on This Information Most people will experience a slip-and-fall accident at some time in their lives, and often it will be someone else’s fault. According to the National Floor Safety Institute: Most slip-and-fall...

Watch Your Teens Drive From Afar

Watch Your Teens Drive From Afar

Monitoring a young driver is as easy as tapping an app on your phone. Parents are concerned about their teen drivers, often with good reason. Car accidents are the leading cause of teen deaths. Many occur because the driver is careless--or, worse, reckless--behind the...

Pre-Existing Medical Conditions and Your Colorado Auto Accident

Pre-Existing Medical Conditions and Your Colorado Auto Accident

How They May Affect Your Personal Injury Claim Many people who are injured in an automobile accident have pre-existing medical conditions--that is, injuries and illnesses that were present before the crash. Some people assume that because of these pre-existing...

Rethinking the Benefits of Knee Airbags

Rethinking the Benefits of Knee Airbags

Will the proposed safety feature prevent injury in the event of an auto accident? Hidden behind the steering wheel, the dashboard, the seats, and sometimes other areas of the vehicle are airbags that inflate if the car is involved in an accident. Although researchers...

What Colorado Negligence Claims Are Made Of

What Colorado Negligence Claims Are Made Of

Duty ● Breach ● Cause ● Damages Negligence is an important factor in any Colorado personal injury claim. Determining negligence typically involves proving four key elements: duty, breach, cause, and damages. An injured person must prove that someone had a duty to...

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