Motorcycles often get a bad rap for being dangerous and sometimes deadly vehicles to drive. Unfortunately, they often live up to that reputation. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the number of deaths due to motorcycle accidents was 26 times higher than deaths due to car accidents in 2013. On the flip side, though, many motorcycle enthusiasts ride across Continue Reading
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury
Automobile accidents are by far the most common type of claim in personal injury law. Someone is involved in a car crash every minute of every day. Many of these accidents result in devastating injuries, damages and even death.
As your Colorado car accident attorneys, we work to help determine your full amount of damages and prove liability by the other party.
Read our latest series of personal injury blog posts focusing on various car accident cases, safety tips and more.
Summer is upon us and with it comes long-anticipated vacations to the beach or road trips across the country. These trips can be a great time of family bonding, but you also want to make sure you and your loved ones safe during this busy driving season. According to the 2014 IIHS fatality facts report, August is one of the most dangerous months for car accident deaths and “in 2014, half of Continue Reading
Amputation can be one of the most difficult injuries to deal with following a car crash. In most cases, it completely changes the way a person lives and even how they complete simple tasks like getting dressed. While this type of injury is not as common as some other car accident injuries, the Amputee Coalition reports that about 185,000 people a year have limbs amputated in the U.S. Of those, Continue Reading
There’s a lot of debate between doctors, physical therapists and other experts as to whether there’s a link between a traumatic event, such as a car accident, and developing fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia syndrome mainly affects your muscles and joints, causing debilitating chronic pain. Depression is also a common symptom that goes along with it because of the long-term, high pain levels. The Continue Reading
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