A Colorado State Patrol cadet was killed in an accident last month when a driver failed to pull over during a traffic stop and sped through an accident scene. Cadet Taylor Thyfault, age 21, was tragically struck and killed by the speeding Honda. On the morning of May 23, a minor accident involving three vehicles occurred around 7:45 a.m. on Colorado 66 near Longmont. Elsewhere, around 8 a.m., 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.
In today’s society, social media is practically inescapable. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or Pinterest, people are sharing intimate details of their personal lives with family, friends and sometimes even complete strangers! However, there is such a thing as sharing too much information on social media. One instance of this is people who post about their car Continue Reading
Let’s face it, being in an accident sucks, but it is even worse if you’re driving (or riding on) a motorcycle at the time. Getting into an accident while on a motorcycle increases the risk of severe injury and often has a longer recovery time than a car accident. If you’re involved in an accident while on a motorcycle, one of the biggest mistakes you can make is going to a general personal Continue Reading
The old adage “pedestrians have the right of way” may hold true in most cases, but it is not always accurate. In a vehicle vs. pedestrian accident, there are times when the pedestrian is at fault, or (more common) the driver and pedestrian both share some responsibility for the accident. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that approximately 76,000 pedestrians were Continue Reading
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