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Drugs and Their Impact on Driving Accidents…  

Drugs and Their Impact on Driving Accidents We hear a lot about the negative outcomes that occur due to drunk driving, but not as much about the very real impact of driving while under the influence of drugs, both legal prescription medication and illegal narcotics.  With Colorado being one of the first states to legalize marijuana use, this is becoming a more significant, problematic issue here. Finding out the exact numbers associated with drug-impaired drivers has proven difficult. However, we can tell you that the problem is significant and just like drunk driving, it isn’t going anywhere. (more…)

I Was in an Accident, But It’s Not My Fault: How…  

I Was in an Accident, But It’s Not My Fault: How to Prove It According to the CDC Injury Center, distracted drivers kill approximately nine people and injure over 1,000 people every day in the United States.  With numbers like this, it’s imperative that you stay focused and cognizant when you’re driving your vehicle. If you’re harmed in an auto accident due to the negligence of another driver, you have the right to seek compensation for a number of damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, and more. Let Hull & Zimmerman prove that you were not at fault and that you deserve reparations. (more…)

My Accident Injuries Just Showed Up, Is It Too Lat…  

My Accident Injuries Just Showed Up, Is It Too Late to File a Claim?Oftentimes when accidents occur the parties involved fall victim to adrenaline and shock. When this happens our bodies work in overdrive to stave off pain and rational thought. This can lead to the masking of injuries. However, as days and weeks go by, injuries may start to show themselves. It may eventually sink in that the injured party should let the insurance company of the at-fault party know that there were, in fact, injuries sustained due to their insured’s negligence. But, is it too late? (more…)

Oh No! You’ve Been Involved in a Multi-Vehicle A…  

Oh No! You’ve Been Involved in a Multi-Vehicle Accident - Now WhatCar accidents are always scary, guaranteed.  Even if it’s a minor one.  So, as you can imagine when the accident involves three or more vehicles, the situation becomes even more high-stress. The first thing you think about after a multi-vehicle accident is the damage it caused.  Are you hurt?  Did someone else get hurt?  How’s my car?  But once you’ve determined those facts, you’ll want to know who’s at fault. (more…)

What Colorado Cities Rank Low on United States’ …  

woman smiling while holder her driver license | safest cities in coloradoColorado is one of the most popular states to live in due to its beautiful landscapes and thriving urban communities. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, there is no better state to live. Residents here enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities from camping and hiking to sailing and skiing. Yet, Colorado isn’t the safest state in the nation and some cities here are downright dangerous.  (more…)

Teenager Seriously Injured in Arvada Hit and Run A…  

Hit and run crashes in the Denver area are on the rise. In fact, over the last six years, hit and run accidents have increased by nearly 70% in Denver and surrounding areas. One of those areas is Arvada, Colorado. In June 2019, a black sedan driver hit a young 14-year-old boy at the intersection of 64th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard in Arvada. The young boy was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. According to recent reports, investigators had not officially determined who had the right-of-way at the time of the accident. However, preliminary investigations showed that the boy was using the crosswalk at the time of the crash. Here's the story of a teenager seriously injured in Arvada hit and run accident.  (more…)

Light Rain Increases Risk of Traffic Fatalities…  

  driving on the highway while raining | Light Rain Increases Risk of Traffic FatalitiesDid you know that precipitation events (such as rain) cause more fatal accidents in the United States than any other factor? Its the leading cause of accidental death in the United States and more than 33,000 each year are killed due to motor vehicle accidents that occur in the rain. In comparison, drunk driving is only responsible for 10,500 fatalities a year.  (more…)

Smartphones: Increasing Accidents and Raising Rate…  

Young woman looking at phone while driving | Smartphones: Increasing Accidents and Raising RatesSmartphones may make our lives easier – but they are also making them more dangerous. A new survey by State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company found that smartphones may be responsible for increasing accidents and raising rates. Their survey discovered that 36% of all people admitted to texting behind the wheel and 29% admitted to surfing the web while driving. This was an alarming increase from previous years’ surveys. There are also more smartphone users taking part in these surveys than ever before. In 2011, just 52% of drivers surveyed owned a smartphone. In 2015, that number had increased to 88%. (more…)

The Top 10 Deadliest Driving Habits…  

Highway Traffic at Sunset | The Top 10 Deadliest Driving Habits Driving is dangerous- even for the most conscientious of drivers. Then, there are those drivers who raise the stakes for everyone by engaging in risky driving behaviors. Sometimes drivers may take chances without realizing just how dangerous their actions are. Below, is a list of some of the deadliest mistakes people make behind the wheel. (more…)

The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are Approaching…  

girl in the car with the key | The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are Approaching A computer class for a college student in 1980 would have included a computer, which took up an entire room, paired with programming language and punch cards. Today’s younger generation would have trouble imagining a world without personal computers and smart phones. Tell them phones were once connected to the wall (and if no one answered, you called back later) and you will receive a blank stare of disbelief. Consider just the past fifteen or so years, which have brought us, wireless internet, smart phones, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. When you realize just how much these technologies have changed our lives, imagine a decade from now—or even longer. Today's teenage drivers have to combat a variety of distractions when they are behind the wheel. They must actively ignore a beeping, ringing cellphone. They must try to block out loud and rowdy friends. And they must do this while attempting to drive a vehicle. (more…)
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