When we’re going through our usual daily routine we rarely think about getting injured. When headed to get coffee before work, you probably aren’t thinking you may get rear-ended at the light. When you go to your job site, you’re most likely not assuming a piece of equipment is going to fall on you. The fact is though, these things do happen. And when they do it may be your fault, but sometimes the fault lies elsewhere. So, how do you know if you have a justifiable personal injury claim? Today, we’re going to tell you about the two most frequently pursued personal injury claims that we see.(more…)
Spring is in the air and all of us who live in Colorado know what that means… We’ll experience every season in the next couple of months: winter, spring, summer, and fall. We may have a high of 75 with loads of sun on Monday and Tuesday will bring sleet, then snow, then rain. (more…)
When a loved one has been killed due to the negligence of another, emotions run high. It can be very difficult for families to deal with all of the legalities and specifics that go into a wrongful death lawsuit.
With the beautiful mountains of Colorado, come some pretty turbulent driving conditions, especially for the truckers. It wasn’t too long ago a semi truck driver on I-70 in Golden lost control, causing a fiery accident that killed four surrounding drivers and injured several others.(more…)
Even those of you who drive following all of the Colorado driving laws and rules, use proper road etiquette, and take driving safely seriously are put at risk every day you get into a vehicle. Why? Because just because you’re doing it the right way, doesn’t mean everyone else is. In fact, everyone else most certainly is not.(more…)
For years, the number of traffic fatalities in the State of Colorado has been on the decline. Unfortunately, that is no longer the case. 2015 saw the first increase in traffic fatalities in years. Preliminary data shows that across the state of Colorado, 10% more people died in car accidents compared to 2014 – that is a 30% increase over the last 5 years. Sadly, many of these deaths were completely preventable. In the state of Colorado about 15% of all drivers, routinely do not wear their seatbelts. About half of the 2015 fatalities involved drivers and passengers who weren't wearing their seatbelts. This means that at least 60 lives could've been saved if everyone were seatbelts. (more…)