Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death of teens in the United States. As a law firm that represents victims of serious car accidents, we are reminded of the devastating consequences of dangerous driving every day. Take the 10-question quiz below to test your knowledge of basic teen driving safety.
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Your car flipped after being hit by a truck, the owner of which was texting and driving — but you were speeding at the time of impact. When it comes to collecting damages, what are your options? Do you even have any? Should you give up on the notion of a case all together? Not… Continue
Like it, love it or tolerate it, wintry weather is headed our way. Here are 10 winter driving safety tips to keep in mind when you hit the roads — whether you’re planning a road trip to Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo or heading to the mountains — courtesy of your friends here at McCormick… Continue
You’ve been injured in a car accident and you’re reeling. You have a million things on your mind: the trauma of the event, your health, taking off work, how you’ll continue to care for your family, the bills that are sure to pile up. Should you call a lawyer? Isn’t that a little dramatic? Actually,… Continue
You’ve finally landed tickets to the big game, be it college football (Air Force Falcons or Buffs, maybe?), NFL (Broncos, perhaps?) or even baseball (a Rockies fan, are ya?). You saved for the tickets, planned logistics with friends, went shopping for the best snacks, threw the food and drinks in a cooler, and hit the… Continue
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