Best Practices for Skiers and Riders to Stay Safe

Group of skiers and snowboarding carrying their equipment in mountains and laughing.

Best Practices for Skiers and Riders to Stay Safe Skiing and snowboarding are some of the most popular activities you’ll find in this great state of ours. Once the weather turns cold and snow begins to cap the mountains, avid skiers or riders and those just starting out begin chomping at the bit to hit… Read more »

Here’s the Skinny on Construction Site Injuries

Top view of construction team with colorful hard hat on building construction

Here’s the Skinny on Construction Site Injuries The construction industry is a primary employer of workers all over Colorado. Unfortunately, workplace safety numbers have not improved in recent years. This means that a growing number of workers have been injured or killed on the job, and many more are at risk for future injury. Don’t… Read more »

Traffic diverted off Colfax as police investigate auto-ped accident

Denver Police diverted traffic from Colfax Avenue at Broadway as they  investigated an accident involving a pedestrian. Colfax reopened about 5:15  p.m. Raquel Lopez, a spokeswoman for the department, said the accident happened  just before 4 p.m. The victim was transported to a hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the vehicle remained on scene…. Read more »

Persons Filing Colorado Shooting Lawsuits Face Uphill Task

Several lawsuits have been filed in the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado last month, which killed a total of 12 people and injured dozens of others. The very first Colorado shooting lawsuit was filed by a man, whose best friend was shot and killed. The first lawsuit filed the shooting incident has named the… Read more »

One Third of Pedestrians Found Texting While Walking

A new study of pedestrians in Seattle found that approximately 1/3rd of pedestrians are distracted while walking. Most of them are distracted by texting, talking on their cell phone or listening to music. The researchers found that nearly one in 3 people were distracted while walking. Persons who were texting while walking were approximately 4… Read more »

Seatbelt Reminder Systems Help Prevent Accident Injuries

Approximately 50% of people who die in traffic accidents every year are not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident. This is in spite of the fact that national seat belt usage rates are currently at a record 86%. Car accident lawyers believe that more people could be encouraged to wear seat belts… Read more »

Traumatic brain injury can waste the brain’s mass by a third

The National Football League and the Canadian Football League have faced many suicides of players stricken with traumatic brain injury. Cumulative head trauma is the culprit. Another well known sports personality has died: Ted Toogood, a former Toronto Argonaut. Over the years he played the sport he loved, he was battered about the field in… Read more »

Contentious Lawsuit in Motorcycle Accident Heads to Sacramento Jury

We found this article very interesting.  We did not write it.  We just re-posted it. A Sacramento Superior Court jury is attempting to decide who is responsible for a motorcycle accident that left a passenger with brain injuries – Harley-Davidson and one of its dealers or the driver who crashed the motorcycle. The contentious issue… Read more »