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What are common causes of a car crash in CO?

The Colorado State Patrol keeps tabs on the accidents that take place in the state so safety and intervention techniques can be monitored. As the only statewide traffic enforcement agency, the state patrol is particularly useful in collecting statistics to show how car accidents are occurring around the state.

Colorado is not a no-fault state for car accidents

Suffering a personal injury can put a damper on your lifestyle; you may no longer be able to work, or you may have to quit doing the things you love due to a disability. A serious, disabling car accident can happen in an instant, with little to no chance for you to escape unharmed. When that happens, you need to know who can be held responsible.

You have rights if you've been in a Car Crash

As a driver in a car accident, you're pretty clear on what you have to do and how to seek out compensation for your injuries. What do you do if you're a passenger, though? Passengers are in a unique position because they were hurt in another person's vehicle as well as by being hit by someone else.

What to do if injured in a car accident in Grand Junction?

After a car accident in Colorado, there are a few steps you should take to make sure you're going to have the best case against the negligent driver. First of all, if you're injured, your first concern is going to be your health and welfare. It's important that if you're able to, though, that you go through these steps.

What are some common car accident causes in Colorado?

Did you know that automobile accidents are the reason behind the majority of personal injury claims in the United States? In fact, in 2012, there were 5,615,000 police-reported car crashes; that number doesn't even include the crashes that weren't reported by victims. In Colorado, if you're involved in a car accident, then you need to seek help from police and be sure to protect your rights with legal support. As a victim, it's vital that you take part in this process so you can help keep the roads safe and seek the compensation you need.

Is smoking marijuana dangerous for drivers?

If you've been interested in the legalization of marijuana, there have been reports that have indicated the rise of marijuana in the bloodstreams of those who are driving or implicated in fatal accidents. Since marijuana was legalized in Colorado, it's been found that highway fatalities are at a near-historic low, but the number of people with marijuana in their systems is on the rise. It was previously argued that having pot legalized would lead to more accidents and injuries, but they seem to be dropping. So, what's the real answer to the situation?

5 victims suffer injuries in Colorado car crash

You can get into a car accident without even being in a car. How? Just look at this case involving people who were hurt when an SUV crashed through a building and struck them. Three people inside a store were injured, and two of them had severe injuries. One, a 60-year-old woman, was suffering from critical injuries due to the collision.

Colorado teen killed in fatal car accident. | Doehling Law

People who get into a car expect to arrive at their final destination safely, and for the most part they do. No matter how carefully someone drives, though, it doesn't make a difference if there are reckless or compromised drivers operating on the same roadway. Auto accidents maim, injure and even kill thousands of people each year, resulting in soaring medical bills, crippling injuries and devastated families.

Colorado proposes phone ban while driving

If you're stopped in Colorado for texting while driving, you may have an easy way out: Claim you were actually playing Candy Crush Saga, Instagramming the sunrise, or creating a Songza station to uplift your morning commute. Although these excuses are facetious and definitely not meant as legal or traffic safety advice, they may be entirely within the realm of current Colorado laws.

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