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Crash puts spotlight on truck accidents caused by tired drivers

Posted on June 10, 2014 in
Upholding a standard duty of care is required when drivers get behind the wheel. Failure to do so could mean a serious or fatal collision. Speeding, texting, intoxication or being fatigued could be a negligent act that could others on the roadway at risk.Several weeks ago, the truck accident that took the life of...
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Colorado DOT launches initiative to prevent motorcycle accidents

Posted on June 5, 2014 in
Summer weather is perfect for riding motorcycles, so many Colorado residents get on their bikes and take to the streets. But, as the number of riders increase on the streets and highways, motorcycle accidents also seem to rise. The Colorado Department of Transportation knows this for a fact. To help prevent motorcycle crashes, the...
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Collision between SUV and motorcycle sends rider to hospital

Posted on May 24, 2014 in
Colorado residents who ride motorcycles often do so because of the sense of freedom it brings and because it is easier to navigate through traffic in which cars can become slowed to a crawl. Riding a two-wheeled vehicle, however, poses a larger risk to a motorcycle rider because the vehicle itself offers less protection...
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Many Colorado drunk drivers lack valid licenses

Posted on May 21, 2014 in
Drunk driving is a serious problem throughout Colorado. The problem runs deeper than just drunk driving, however. Analysis of data over the last two years shows that many drunk drivers are on the road with suspended, revoked or invalid licenses - if they have them at all. This means that punishment on many of...
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Statistics show Denver pedestrians face higher death risks

Posted on April 1, 2014 in
Depending on the state, crossing a street on foot can be hazardous. In some states, the chances of being hit and killed by a motor vehicle are relatively high. In others, the risks are much lower. Recent statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for 2011 and 2012 show Colorado and Denver...
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