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Archive | October, 2013

Construction Zone Accidents and Lone Tree Car Accident Lawsuits

No matter how careful you drive or how much you pride yourself on being a safe driver, there are inevitably factors associated with driving that you cannot control and that can increase the risk of getting into car accidents. While some of these factors include the possible negligent or reckless behavior of other drivers on […]

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Car Insurance Accident Claims and Insurance Bad Faith Practices

While many Colorado drivers carry car insurance because they are legally required to do so by Colorado law (and because they need proof of insurance in order to register their vehicle in the state), many drivers also have car insurance policies to protect them, their loved ones and their property in the event they are […]

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Colorado Pedestrian Rights-of-Way Laws (Part 2)

As a continuation of Colorado Pedestrian Rights-of-Way Laws (Part 1), the following provides some more in-depth information regarding when pedestrians do and do not have the right-of-way over vehicles on Colorado roadways. While Part 1 of this blog concentrated on discussing when drivers are legally obligated to stop for pedestrians, here in Part 2, we […]

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Colorado Pedestrian Rights-of-Way Laws (Part 1)

Colorado rights-of-way laws for pedestrians dictate when vehicles have to stop for and yield to pedestrians who may be in or ready to cross U.S. roadways. Although drivers are required to know some of these laws in order to obtain a driver’s license in Colorado, it can be easy for them to forget within months […]

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Do You Know What You Should Do after a Car Accident? (Part 3)

Concluding the three-part blog Do You Know What You Should Do after a Car Accident?, the following provides some more tips on what you should do if you are involved in a car accident. After you have called police and taken down the personal information of those involved in the car accident: Photograph the damage […]

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Do You Know What You Should Do after a Car Accident? (Part 2)

Continuing from Do You Know What You Should Do after a Car Accident? (Part 1), here are some additional important tips for what drivers should do if they are involved in car accident. By following these tips after any type of motor vehicle accidents, drivers can be sure to protect their rights and interests in […]

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Do You Know What You Should Do after a Car Accident? (Part 1)

Every 10 seconds, a driver in the U.S. gets into a car accident, according to the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA). While you may be a careful driver and think that, as a result, you likely won’t get into a car accident, the NHTSA has also found that, on average, drivers get into a […]

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Most Hit-and-Run Convictions Do Not Result in Prison Time, New Study Finds

More than 60 percent of hit-and-run cases in Denver that end in convictions do not ultimately result in prison time for the convicted individual despite the fact that hit-and-run felony charges can be punishable by up to six years in prison. This shocking finding, which was the result of an in-depth analysis conducted by reporters […]

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