The Colorado Accident Law Blog

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

Are Long-Haul Truckers More Likely to Have an Accident?

Are Long-Haul Truckers More Likely to Have an Accident?

The Factors That Contribute to Colorado Commercial Truck Accidents There are almost two million long-haul truckers in the United States. In 2017, the trucking industry in Colorado provided 110,200 jobs, or 1 out of 20 in the state. Over the last forty years, their...

Updating Crash Testing to Make Vehicles Even Safer

Updating Crash Testing to Make Vehicles Even Safer

Size of Vehicle Can Impact Auto Accident Injuries The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) conducts crash tests to better understand what it takes to keep vehicle passengers safe in the event of an auto accident. Although the tests have been extremely...

For Young Drivers, Colorado Roads Are Dangerous

For Young Drivers, Colorado Roads Are Dangerous

Inexperience, Distractions, and Impairment Factor into Risk of Auto Accident Car accidents are the No. 1 cause of death for teenagers in the United States. In Colorado, in particular, young drivers make up a disproportionate fraction of the victims of auto accident...

New Thinking About How to Reduce Speeding

New Thinking About How to Reduce Speeding

New Pilot Program to Explore Ways of Reducing Speed-Related Auto Accidents To discourage conduct that makes driving riskier—like texting while driving, drinking and driving, and speeding—safety officials have often relied on driver education. But some safety officials...

Drowsy Driving Endangers Lives in Colorado

Drowsy Driving Endangers Lives in Colorado

Thousands Injured or Killed Because Somebody Nodded Off Too many crashes are happening because too many people are driving while drowsy, and Colorado is one of the states where the problem is most severe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes that...

How You Drive Can Hurt Your Employer

How You Drive Can Hurt Your Employer

An auto accident can cost your employer thousands in medical expenses and lost production. Every day, millions drive as part of their job, whether just to get to work or also to perform assigned duties. Whether you drive your own vehicle or a company car, what you do...

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