Where Do Most Motorcycle Accidents Occur?

In 2016, there was a 5.1% increase in the number of motorcycle fatalities across the United States, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. That year alone, 125 motorcyclists were killed on Colorado roads, representing a 15% increase in motorcycle fatalities in the Mile High State. Due…

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Is it a Car Crash or a Car Accident?

We all use this term—car accident. In fact, we probably don’t even think twice about what that term really means; what using the term “accident” says about what actually happened. “Accident” is defined as “an unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in damage or injury.” It also…

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Top 6 Things that Can Hurt Your Auto Accident Case

After you have been hurt in an auto accident, you probably don’t think about what ways you can harm your auto accident case. However, there are many common mistakes the victims of a car crash can make after the fact.

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What You Need to Know About Medina Alerts

Back in 2014 Governor Hickenlooper signed into law the Medina Alert-Hit and Run Act. This Act put into place the Medina Alert Program in Colorado, which is a partnership between law enforcement agencies, the media, and Taxis on Patrol (among others) to effectively use electronic media to provide an urgent…

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Insurance Policies Conflict over Stacking Policy

There was a recent 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decision arising from a car accident in Colorado. The case, Kipling v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co., is focused on a “conflict of laws” issue. Conflict of laws is a legal term used to explain when different states have laws…

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