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Auto accident and personal injury news, trends,
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It’s Real: Vehicles “Talking” to Other Vehicles to Keep You Safe

It’s Real: Vehicles “Talking” to Other Vehicles to Keep You Safe

How V2V and V2X Communication Can Prevent Accidents on the Road For more than a decade now, federal safety officials with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and other government agencies have been working with automakers to develop new technology to prevent...

Big Rig Accidents on the Rise

Big Rig Accidents on the Rise

Truck Safety Organization Recommends Speed Limiters Truck accident fatalities are increasing in the U.S., but safety experts say technology could help reverse the trend. Although the number of truck miles driven stabilized between 2009 and 2017, the number of people...

Getting Drugged Drivers off the Road Is a Priority

Getting Drugged Drivers off the Road Is a Priority

Will federal grants help reduce drug-impaired auto accidents? For decades, safety and law enforcement officials have worked together to combat drunk driving, and the collaboration has paid off. Since 1982, the number of fatal traffic accidents due to intoxicated...

April Is National Car Care Month

April Is National Car Care Month

Colorado Drivers: Have You Been Kind to Your Car? Each year in April, National Car Care Month provides a vehicle for the nonprofit Car Care Council to call attention to the problems and safety issues that can arise when vehicle maintenance schedules are neglected....

Who Actually Pays the Damages in a Colorado Personal Injury Case?

Who Actually Pays the Damages in a Colorado Personal Injury Case?

A Favorable Settlement Might Earn an Award from Numerous Sources Personal injury clients are often unfamiliar with the legal system and therefore might not understand where their damages might actually be coming from, should their case conclude with a favorable...

7 Facts About Commercial Trucking Logging Changes

7 Facts About Commercial Trucking Logging Changes

Device Is Halving Hours-Of-Service Violations, Reducing Accidents Data gathered by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shows that since it published its rule requiring electronic logging devices, or ELDs, in 2017, hours-of-service compliance has...

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