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Elder Abuse Prevention and Protection

By Kyle Bachus | October 23, 2017

This month, the House of Representatives cleared legislation to enhance law enforcement efforts against crimes against elderly people. These crimes include financial exploitation, fraud, physical and emotional abuse, and neglect. This bill is called the Elder Abuse Prevention and Protection Act of 2017. This bill will implement a training program for FBI agents to investigate…

Fall: The Most Dangerous Season for Deer-Vehicle Collisions

By Kyle Bachus | October 2, 2017

It’s that time of year again. Pumpkin spice is everywhere and the foliage is changing colors. The wildlife in Colorado are gearing up for change too. Deer migration and mating season generally runs from October through December, and causes a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population. As a result, more deer-vehicle collisions…

How to Be a Defensive Pedestrian

By Kyle Bachus | September 15, 2017

If you’re an avid runner, you know which side of the road to run on. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Transportation Department both agree that running against traffic is the safest way to run. And there’s research data to prove it.

The 5 Most Common Car Accidents in Colorado

By Kyle Bachus | August 23, 2017

Automobile accidents seem to be something you may only hear about or see on the evening news or passing by on the side of the road—that is, until it happens to you. Many people underestimate how frequently and suddenly car accidents can occur. Each and every driver on the road, however experienced, has their less-than-optimal…

Back to School Driving

By Kyle Bachus | August 10, 2017

As the summer break draws to a close, parents, students, and teachers will be preparing for a new school year. It is an exciting time. High schoolers will begin stocking up on the latest back-to-school apparel and supplies. Teen drivers will begin registering their cars for parking permits, if they haven’t already. And soon schools…

Common Misconceptions of Elder Abuse

By Kyle Bachus | August 4, 2017

Misconception: Most elder abuse occurs in nursing homes. Fact: Most elder abuse actually occurs in the home at the hands of family members and loved ones. The sad reality is that, in almost all cases, the one mistreating the elderly person is someone whom they know and trust (e.g., a son, grandson, niece, church pastor,…

Why Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer is Time-Sensitive

By Kyle Bachus | July 27, 2017

A car accident can be a traumatic, nasty disruption of your life. Apart causing considerable damage to your vehicle and inflicting personal injury, the trauma of the event can leave an indelible mark in your psyche. Motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

Be Safe Out There – Summer’s Not Over Yet

By Kyle Bachus | July 18, 2017

After months of hot and sunny summer weather, many Coloradans can’t wait for the crisper, cooler fall weather to hurry up and get here already. Fun fact: This year, the temperature in Denver on the first day of summer reached 99 degrees, breaking the previous record high of 97 degrees. Even though it’s only August,…

Tips for Staying Safe This Summer

By Kyle Bachus | July 12, 2017

Summer is here and school is out. This means more people will be frequenting pools, lakes, parks, and enjoying the overall splendor of the great Colorado outdoors. With these ideal summer activities comes a higher risk for personal injury. In the event you do find yourself seeking adventures in nature, keep in mind that the…

Why You Should Consider Getting a Second Opinion

By Kyle Bachus | July 3, 2017

Most Americans trust their physician to accurately diagnose a medical problem and are reluctant to second-guess a clinical judgment. After all, the white coat and stethoscope are not just accessories; they convey authority and professionalism. Although doctors in the U.S. are held to the highest standards of quality and undergo rigorous education, training, certification, and…

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