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How to Prevent Distracted Driving in Colorado

Colorado drivers are keenly aware of the dangers of texting, cell phone use, and other actions, but statistics about distracted driving accidents reveal that many still engage in risky conduct while behind the wheel. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, distracted driving is linked to around 17 percent of all fatal and injury-causing collisions Continue

Who to Call for Reckless Driving

It is common to observe motorists driving carelessly as they navigate traffic, but reckless driving takes things to the next level by significantly increasing the risk of serious harm in accidents. Though Colorado Department of Transportation data reveals that unsafe, intentional misconduct is a factor in just around six percent of all crashes the rates Continue

Traumatic Brain Injury Accident

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are among the most life-threatening, catastrophic types of bodily harm you can suffer, and statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that they are quite common. More than 2.87 million people sustain TBI every year, many of whom will require medical care at the emergency room Continue

Common Slip and Fall Injuries

Many people assume auto crashes are the most common type of unintentional injuries, so you might be surprised to learn about the frequency and severity of slip and fall accidents.  According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), almost 8.6 million people seek medical care in emergency rooms every year because of Continue

Pedestrian Vehicle Accident

Pedestrians suffer injuries in collisions with motor vehicles much more often than you might expect, and those injuries can be debilitating and life-threatening. In most cases, a pedestrian vehicle accident results from a negligent motorist. There are many different causes of pedestrian collisions involving motor vehicles, and it is important to seek help from a Continue

Self Driving Car Accident

Nobody expects that they will get hurt in a serious car crash when they leave their homes, especially not in a collision involving an autonomous vehicle. Yet the notion of a self driving car accident is no longer a thing of the past. Indeed, in recent years, autonomous vehicles have been tested on roadways, and Continue

3 Car Crash: Who is At Fault?

Getting hit by another vehicle is scary, confusing, and often devastating even when both cars are traveling at relatively low speeds and only two vehicles are involved in the collision. But what happens when multiple cars are involved in a crash? How is fault determined? If you were recently involved in such an accident, you Continue

How to Prevent Distracted Driving

When you are driving on highways, neighborhood streets, or even in parking lots, it is critical to take steps to avoid a collision caused by distracted driving. You may be wondering more about how to prevent distracted driving and whether there is anything you can do to avoid a crash caused by another negligent motorist. Continue

6 Common Rear-End Car Accident Injuries

Rear-end car crashes are one of the most common auto accidents in the United States. According to the National Traffic Safety Bureau, more than 1.7 million such collisions were recorded in 2012. Many of the victims suffered severe personal injuries and property damage. Have you been involved in a rear-end car accident caused by another Continue

Physical Therapy Following a Car Accident

Physical Therapy Following a Car Accident  Car accidents can be burdensome, stressful, and both physically and financially costly.  Here are examples of the most common types of injuries that result from car accidents in Colorado: ·       Neck and back injuries, such as stretched or torn muscles and tendons ·       Continue

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