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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Colorado man dies in Kansas traffic accident…  

The Kansas Highway Patrol cited a severe dust storm as the cause of an 11-vehicle pileup on Thursday, January 15. Three men were killed in the accident. Seven tractor-trailer vehicles and four passenger vehicles were involved in the accident. The accident occurred on Highway 83 in Thomas County, near the Colorado border. Jerold Lamb, 66, of Colorado, Scott Breeden, 51, and James Ocie Perrott, 57 were all killed in the accident. According to the local authorities, the dust storm compromised driver's ability to see the road and made anyone on the road vulnerable to accidents. The attorneys at [firm-name], extend our condolences to those affected by this unfortunate accident.

Senior citizen taken into police custody regarding…  

Police investigators arrested 85-year-old Marshall Smith on Monday, January 27 after conducting a series of tests on a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run case earlier this January and concluding that he was the one who drove the car when the accident happened. The arrest was made possible due to a witness providing the license plate number leading to the white 1985 Chevrolet Impala’s location. Sixty-three-year-old Leanna Hund was walking along Colorado Boulevard at Exposition Avenue in Denver on her way to work at around 9 a.m. on Thursday, January 9 when a white car struck her and then left the scene of the accident. Hund died in the accident According to people, Smith had undergone dialysis for his kidney condition the day before the accident and was advised to not drive for a while by his physician. He was merely retrieving the vehicle he had been driving before the incident occurred, they said. If you have lost a loved one to another driver's recklessness, call our lawyers from Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., at (720) 377-9631.

Ambulance transporting victims of Denver two-vehic…  

An ambulance transporting two victims of a two-vehicle accident was hit by a third vehicle as it was preparing to leave the crash site in northwest Denver. According to Denver Police Department spokesman Sonny Jackson, the two-vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of West 8th Avenue and Federal Boulevard at around 12:35 p.m. on Thursday, January 2. Just as the ambulance was trying to leave the scene of the accident and head towards a hospital, another vehicle crashed into it, striking its front right side, said Denver Health Medical Center spokeswoman Cindy Matthews. The ambulance, despite being hit, proceeded to the hospital since two seriously-injured people, an adult and a child, from the first accident were in the vehicle. It returned to the scene of the crash after getting the pair safely to the hospital. A third ambulance responded to the accident site, but did not take anyone to get medical treatment. Our team at Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., does our utmost to help people in Denver who have been injured in auto accident to get the financial compensation they need. Call us today at (720) 377-9631 to discuss your unique situation and what we might be able to do for you.