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Motor Vehicle Accidents

What you should do after a hit and run accident that you probably don’t know

By Kyle Bachus | May 29, 2015

For a victim or witness of a hit-and-run, the moments immediately following an accident can be emotional, confusing, and even life threatening. Knowing what steps to take can help protect your rights and assist police in apprehending the offending motorist.

4 Pieces of Essential Protection Equipment for Motorcycle Riders

By Kyle Bachus | March 8, 2012

Suit up with the following safety gear before you hit the road If you ride a motorcycle you already know how important protective equipment is to your life when riding. Critical motorcycle safety equipment can save the lives of both the rider and the passenger. From basic equipment like helmets-to more specialized safety equipment like…

The Dangers of Icy Roads

By Kyle Bachus | January 5, 2011

Barely a week into 2011, ice is causing dangerous conditions on Colorado roads, unfortunately resulting in car accidents, and at least one fatality. Samantha Gaunt, a 17-year-old resident of Canon City, was killed on January 2, when her car hit an icy patch on the road, and collided with a tree. Gaunt died instantly of…

World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims

By Kyle Bachus | November 17, 2010

If you’ve ever lost a loved one in a traffic accident, you don’t need a special day to remember that person. You remember them every day, and although the pain eventually recedes, the memory never fades. World Day of Remembrance exists not to remind people of those they’ve lost, but to shine a light on…

My Lawyer for Android Application

By Kyle Bachus | September 22, 2010

Do you know what to do if you’re involved in a car accident? The first few minutes after an accident are the most important. You must take certain steps to collect insurance and witness information, and you must secure evidence before it’s disturbed. You’ll most likely be a little shaken up after an accident, and…

Motorcycle Deaths Increase Before and During Sturgis Rally

By Kyle Bachus | September 2, 2010

Nine people died during the 2010 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, roughly double the usual number of fatalities that occur each year. According to South Dakota accident records, there were a total of 14 motorcycle fatalities before and during the annual rally. This number includes accidents that occurred within the state, but not in the rally region.…

Bicycle Awareness for Drivers

By Kyle Bachus | August 18, 2010

Earl Mowery, Jr., 61, of Brighton was killed while riding his bicycle on August 6, 2010. Mr. Mowery was hit by a Dodge Durango driven by a female. Because the driver is juvenile, no information such as her age or the specific circumstances of the accident are being released. It’s highly likely, though, that the…

Motorcyclist killed in El Paso County crash

By Kyle Bachus | August 11, 2010

John Harlan of Colorado Springs was killed when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car at the intersection of Powers and Grinnell road on July 6, 2010. The driver of the car, Jacqualine Brown, also of Colorado Springs, apparently didn’t see the motorcycle approaching, and made a left turn directly into its path.

Motorcycle Fatalities Can Be Prevented

By Kyle Bachus | June 8, 2010

For every mile traveled in 2006, a motorcyclist was 37 times more likely to die in a crash than someone riding in a passenger vehicle. That number continues to rise as more people ride motorcycles, but fewer people are educated about properly sharing the road with them. Motorcycle injuries number in the thousands every year.…

How to Stay Safe Driving in Colorado Rock Slides

By Kyle Bachus | March 26, 2010

Anyone who commutes to and from work knows there are certain disadvantages to a long, daily drive. It uses up a lot of gas, puts miles on your car, and can cost more in preventive maintenance and auto repairs. A work commute can be even more stressful in bad weather. Heavy rain means less visibility,…

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