Being connected, by and large, is a good thing. We enjoy the instant communication and the sharing of ideas and the daily events of our lives that we get through social media. But – be aware! Social media, particularly Facebook, has now become a rich source of information for defense attorneys and insurance companies.
If you have been involved in an accident there are two main reasons why you should see a doctor as soon as possible.
Trapped for days next to his dead friend, this Colorado car accident survivor is now well enough to tell his story For more than a month, Richard Koester has been struggling to recover from severe injuries he suffered in a truck accident in Colorado that killed his friend, and he is finally well enough to… Read more »
It sounds like a good idea and at first… seems to be a quick solution to repairing your car and getting on with your life, right? Wrong. Stop and think about this for a moment, and consider the following.
While plenty of people attempt to get Social Security Disability Benefits on their own, working with an attorney brings many major advantages.
For the second year in a row, I had the honor of being invited to Mrs. Leach’s kindergarten class at Centennial Elementary for their Thanksgiving Day celebration. When I got there, I read them Turkey Trouble, an illustrated book about a turkey who is determined to avoid being the main course during Thanksgiving dinner by… Read more »
Social Security Disability applicants make sometimes make mistakes that impair their chances of getting the help they need and deserve. Avoid these common mistakes.
Many motorists assume driving a four-wheel or all-wheel SUV provides ultimate safety for passengers on slick winter roads. The truth is, that’s not always the case. According to Russ Rader, spokesman for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, “…people who have all-wheel drive become overconfident. People drive faster than they otherwise would. Yet all-wheel drive vehicles don’t help them stop quicker. “It’s not a safety system,” Rader says. “It’s a system to keep you from getting stuck.”
Absolutely! It’s essential to gather as much information as possible at the scene of your accident. This includes, of course, names, addresses and phone numbers of the other parties involved, plus anyone you spoke to at the scene or those who may have witnessed the accident. Equally important is recording the license plate numbers and insurance information of the other drivers.
Well, first of all, let’s be clear: texting while driving in Colorado is illegal. In June, 2009 Governor Bill Ritter signed into law a bill that made it a crime to send text messages — including e-mails and tweets — while driving. This law prohibits anyone younger than 18 from using a cell phone at all while driving.