Car Accidents

Why Should I Visit the Doctor After a Car Crash?

You’ve just experienced a minor fender bender. It seems no one was hurt and you followed the standard steps to report the accident. Once that’s taken care of, both you and the other party are content to go on your way, not giving it too much more thought. About a week later, your lower back…

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The Dangers of Distracted Driving

In 2016 alone, distracted driving claimed the lives of 67 people in Colorado. Sixty-seven family members and friends. Sixty-seven loved ones gone for the sake of writing a text, answering a phone call, or completing some other unnecessary action. Distracted driving occurs when the driver focuses on anything other than driving—even if it’s only for…

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What to Do If You’ve Been in a Car Accident

Unless you’ve been in one before, car accidents might seem like something that just happens to other people. Unfortunately for you, your chances of remaining accident-free are slim: Most drivers will end up in three to four car accidents during their lifetime. In the event that you do find yourself involved in a car accident,…

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Winter Worries: How to Stay Safe on Ice

Between sledding, hot chocolate, and the prime holiday season, winter can be the most wonderful time of the year. But the weather that accompanies is considerably less fun, particularly when it comes to driving. Each year in Colorado, thousands of accidents occur in snowy or icy conditions. Why? Because often people don’t quite know what…

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How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help After a Car Accident

The screech of tires. The shattered glass. The pain of whiplash—or of something far more serious. Thousands of car accidents happen every year in Colorado, and unfortunately, there’s no way to guarantee it won’t happen to you. While you can’t necessarily control whether or not you end up in a car crash, you certainly have…

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The 5 Most Common Car Accidents in Colorado

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…

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Driving Safely On Independence Day

July Fourth a time when Americans gather to celebrate the birth of American independence over 240 years ago. Fireworks, parades, backyard barbeques, and soirées will abound in locales and domiciles all over Colorado. As a result, thousands of people will be traveling. As a result, more cars will be on the road—and more people will…

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What to Do After a Car Accident

After a car accident, it’s important to be as prepared, well-equipped, and cautious as possible. Below are some of the most crucial steps you can take if you are ever involved in a motor vehicle accident:

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Helping Teens Safely Navigate Daylight Saving Time

Daylight saving time officially ends on Sunday, November 6, 2016, at 2 am. This means Americans across most of the country will turn their clocks back by two hours, effectively losing two hours of sleep, leading to possibly the worst Monday of the year. Besides causing a few groggy days at school or work, daylight…

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Deadly Distractions Facing Teen Drivers This Summer

Summertime is filled with picnics, barbecues, and family fun. It’s easy to be carefree when the kids are out of school and the days are longer and warmer, but there’s never a more important time to watch out for your driving teens. Despite what you may think, Colorado roads can be even more dangerous in…

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