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What Is Reckless Driving in Colorado?

Reckless driving is a dangerous driver behavior that greatly increases the risk of automobile accidents. In 2020, Colorado reported 622 deaths from motor vehicle accidents – an increase from 597 fatalities in 2019. Driver actions that reach the level of recklessness in Colorado contribute to many catastrophic and fatal car accidents each
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What Are Colorado’s Car Seat Laws?

Motor vehicle accidents are a leading cause of death for children under the age of 12. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 38 percent of children who died in motor vehicle accidents in 2019 were not properly buckled up. Although nothing can guarantee child safety in a car accident,
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Allstate Bad-Faith Insurance Claims in Colorado

Allstate is one of the leading insurance corporations in the United States, with around 16 million customers. If you get into a car accident in Denver, the odds are high that either you or the other driver will be covered by Allstate. Unfortunately – despite the company’s slogan – you are not
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What Is Comparative Fault in Colorado?

Fault is not always black and white in a personal injury claim. Sometimes, it falls in a gray area. More than one party can be found at fault for an accident in Colorado. This includes the victim, or plaintiff, being held partially responsible for his or her own injuries. In this situation,
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What Are The Dangers of Distracted Driving?

Every day, thousands of distracted drivers travel the roads of Colorado, putting others at serious risk. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,142 lives were lost in accidents involving distracted drivers in 2020. Distracted driving has become more of a problem over the last couple of decades as cellphones, smartphones
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What to Do & Not to Do After a Personal Injury

No one anticipates suffering a personal injury in an accident in Colorado. You may not be able to predict one, but you can prepare for an accident by knowing what to do and what not to do afterward. If you need advice about a particular case, consult with a personal injury lawyer.
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Who Is Responsible in a T-Bone Accident in Colorado?

If you suffer bodily injuries or property damage in an automobile accident in Colorado, you can hold the at-fault driver or party responsible (liable) for your losses. If you get injured in a T-bone accident – a type of collision that has the potential to be catastrophic for victims – a Denver
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