Between the obstructed views, slippery pavement, poor maneuverability, and decreased emergency response times, it’s up to us as drivers to make Colorado’s roads as safe as possible this winter. For eye-opening statistics and actionable solutions to this problem, I encourage you to continue reading this article.
The fall rainy season is in full swing and drivers everywhere are struggling to manage their vehicle in potentially dangerous conditions. In the event you're hit, you deserve accident compensation for your injuries.
Car accidents occur every day across the United States. But what are the statistics in your own backyard? Colorado accident rates are in flux now that marijuana has been legalized. Along with the three most common causes of car accidents -- distracted driving, speeding, and drunk driving -- what are the current statistics?
Driving in any condition is a dangerous task-- bad weather, drunk drivers, distracted driving, and just plain bad luck can all result in car accident cases. One of the rather random ways you can end up in a vehicular accident is when a deer jumps into the lane.
It can be hard to share the road with a bicycle, especially if you drive a rather large car. However, 726 bicyclists were killed because of motor vehicle accidents in 2014. As more people begin bike riding and towns become more bike-friendly, the need for a good car accident attorney is vital. Refreshing ourselves on the law is the best ...
The repercussions involved in motorcycle accidents are endless. Not only is your motorcycle suffering damage, but you may be sustaining painful and difficult injuries as well. Not to mention the loss of wages due to absence at work or even losing your job because of an extended hospital stay. If you feel overwhelmed and frustrated, do not worry, because you ...
Road rage is often joked about, but it's actually one of the most dangerous emotions someone can experience. Road rage and aggressive driving are some of the leading causes of car accidents. In fact, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety notes that aggressive drivers account for 66% of fatal motor vehicle accidents. Many more result in accident related injuries.