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Car Crash Statistics You Might Not Know

Driving is a dangerous business — more than 30,000 people have been killed on America’s roads every year since 1945. Thankfully, that number has dropped in 18 of the last 23 years, thanks to much more advanced safety features in cars, but the number of drivers on the road continues to rise. Unfortunately, there are… Read more »

How to Find a Vaccine Injury Attorney

Vaccines have been one of the greatest medical breakthroughs in history, saving millions of lives worldwide every year and preventing children and adults alike from being seriously injured or killed by preventable illnesses. Without vaccines, diseases like tuberculosis, polio, pertussis, and the flu would be rampant. Unfortunately, like any medical treatment, vaccines cannot be both… Read more »

Denver’s Dismal Pedestrian Safety Record

Every year, nearly 6,000 pedestrians are killed by cars in cities across the United States, and thousands more are injured. Even though technological advancements like self-driving cars, auto-braking, and backup cameras are becoming more and more common, the number of pedestrian deaths has been on the rise for years. Of course, most pedestrian deaths caused… Read more »

What New Legislation on Damage Caps Means For You

You probably already know that there’s a limit on how long you can wait before filing a personal injury claim — the statute of limitations on any claim means that cases that occurred more than a certain number of years ago can no longer be pursued. What you might not know is that there’s also… Read more »

New Traction Laws in Colorado: What You Need to Know

On May 17, Governor Jared Polis signed House Bill 1207, expanding Colorado’s traction laws. As you know, driving in Colorado can be dangerous. Even our major highways, like US 6 and Interstate 70, can run through terrain at more than 11,000 feet of elevation. In fact, the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnel, at 11,158 feet, is the highest… Read more »

Texting and Driving Laws in Colorado

In the last ten years or so, awareness of the dangers of texting and driving has gone up substantially. But at the same time, distracted driving has become far more common — cell phones are ubiquitous, and high-speed data networks make the temptation of catching up on Twitter while driving hard to resist. The Dangers… Read more »

Injured in a Construction Accident? Here’s What You Need to Know

Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the country. According to OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), 971 of the 4674 deaths in the workplace in 2017 — almost one in five — were in the construction sector. In addition to those fatalities, thousands more workers were injured enough to lose work… Read more »

Colorado’s Modified Comparative Negligence Law

Accidents happen. Sometimes, they’re completely unavoidable, but usually, someone’s at fault. When it comes to determining who’s responsible to pay for the medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other harm caused by a wreck, we first have to determine who’s at fault. We commonly think of liability for car wrecks as black-and-white —… Read more »