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March 2017 Archives

Colorado veteran with brain injury arrested

A Colorado man who is a former Marine was taken into custody by the Weld County Sheriff's Office after he reportedly jumped from the balcony of his home and then disappeared earlier this month. Police as well as K-9 officers searched for him for two days after his wife reported the incident. He was arrested for breaking into a home.

Why Do Motorists Need Maximum Coverage?

Most people understand that car insurance is required by law if someone is operating a motor vehicle; however, there are multiple levels of car or motorcycle insurance that someone could potentially invest in. With so many options, it can be tempting to seek out coverage that seems like a steal.

Seeking compensation for brain injuries

Brain injuries, even those that aren't catastrophic in nature, can impact your entire life. It is imperative that you consider the cost of living with a brain injury if you are considering a claim for compensation. A claim for compensation is possible if your injury was caused by an accident that was due to another person's negligence.

Champion figure skater bringing awareness to concussion dangers

Much has been written about concussions in high-contact sports like football, soccer and hockey. However, one champion ice skater is sharing her long and continuing odyssey of dealing with multiple concussions to educate people about the dangers faced by ice skaters.

Distracted driving continues to escalate

Despite more restrictive laws across the country to reduce distracted driving, particularly when it involves talking and texting on cellphones, the number of people dying in accidents involving a distracted driver is increasing at a record rate. Last year, over 40,000 people lost their lives because of distracted driving -- their own or someone else's.

Are Millennials the worst drivers in Colorado?

When driving across town on any given day, the probability of passing another vehicle where the driver is holding their phone up to read it is pretty high. In fact, according to a recent survey conducted by AAA, 88% of drivers aged 19 to 24 reported conducting some kind of risky behavior in the past 30 days when behind the wheel. Not only did they say they texted, they also received phone calls, drove more than 10 miles an hour over the limit and ran red lights. That's nearly every young driver on the road disregarding established laws meant to protect the public.

Drivers who eat can cause accidents that lead to injuries

Driver distractions come in many forms. One of these is eating while you drive. Chances are good that if a driver didn't eat at home, the driver might grab a bite to eat while he or she is out. Opting to eat the food while driving down the road is distracting and can lead to crashes.

Learn how to assert your case against a store for an injury

In our recent blog post, we discussed how shopping can sometimes be hazardous to your health. That post probably made you think about how a regular trip to the store can end with you being injured or even killed. We know that you might be wondering if there is something that you can do if you are injured in an accident at a store.

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