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Colorado Ranks 39th in Auto Insurance Laws and Compliance

With all of the construction going on in the Denver metro area, driving is more dangerous than ever. The work around the Twin Tunnels has made skier traffic particularly treacherous, and the construction on US 36 makes for a terrible commute. It should come as no surprise that these conditions put all drivers at risk of getting into a car accident.

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Five Steps to Avoid a Car Accident

Car accidents aren’t always avoidable. There’s nothing you can do about the other driver, after all. But if you drive defensively and exercise certain precautions, you can improve your chances of reacting to surprises and avoiding an accident. If you’ve been injured in an accident, please contact the Denver accident attorneys at the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, at (303) 502-5587 today to schedule a free case evaluation.

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Avoiding Pedestrian Accidents in Boulder

Updated on May 23, 2019. Boulder is a true multimodal city, with cars, trucks, buses, bicycles, and pedestrians all sharing the roads. Unfortunately, the size and speed disparity between vehicles and people means that an collision between a pedestrian and a car rarely favors the one on foot. If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident, please contact the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, at (303) 665-2929 to schedule a free consultation.

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Do Texting While Driving Bans Really Work?

More and more states and local municipalities around the country are enacting bans on texting while driving. But while the intent is good, do such laws really work? If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a distracted driver, please contact the Denver car accident attorneys at the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, at (303) 502-5587 today to schedule your free consultation.

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Facts About Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is becoming one of the largest causes of car accidents and injuries in the nation. When you’re looking at your phone, adjusting the radio, or even eating, you’re distracting yourself from the road which can lead to severe consequences.

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