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Posted by on April 29, 2024

Guide to Sharing the Road With Motorcyclists

Motorcyclists are more at risk of suffering serious and fatal injuries in accidents than motor vehicle drivers. For this reason, although every road user has a duty to prevent accidents, motor vehicle drivers have a greater responsibility regarding the safety of motorcyclists.  May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Learning how to safely share the...
Posted by on April 12, 2024

Most Deadly Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents 

Motor vehicle accidents are one of the top causes of death in Colorado and throughout the United States. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, 616 victims lost their lives in deadly traffic accidents in 2023. While any motor vehicle crash can turn deadly in the wrong circumstances, certain types of collisions result in...
Posted by on March 29, 2024

Can a Landlord Be Liable for a Dog Bite? 

A dog bite injury can lead to expensive medical costs, property damage and lost wages. In Colorado, state law allows dog bite victims to file claims in pursuit of financial compensation to make up for these losses. While the owner or controller of the dog is the person most commonly held liable, there are...
Posted by on March 14, 2024

Should I Accept a Settlement Offer From Insurance? 

If you get injured in an accident in Colorado and file an insurance claim to seek compensation for your medical bills and other losses, you may jump at the first opportunity to accept a settlement and finish your claim. Accepting a settlement offer without a proper evaluation of your case and circumstances, however, could...
Posted by on February 28, 2024

Are Helmets Safe to Use After They’ve Been Dropped? 

Helmets are scientifically proven to significantly reduce the risk of a serious or deadly traumatic brain injury in a bicycle or motorcycle accident. What many people do not realize is that the integrity of a helmet is only preserved before it has absorbed its first impact. If the helmet liner is compressed just once...