Car Accidents | Tenge Law Firm Blog - Part 2
Across Boulder, Fort Collins, and Denver, there are more than 1 million people who cross many intersections each day. Even though the city governments make great efforts to review traffic statistics and find possible solutions to reduce accident rates at the most dangerous intersections, they still occur with alarming frequency.
When you are getting ready for summer, don’t forget to take care of your car. It is just as important to prepare your vehicle for the hot summer months as it is to prepare for winter. For most people, summer is the time to get out of the house in the evenings, travel to a vacation spot, or go on a weekend road trip. So, naturally, it is also the time to think about seasonal maintenance, using the checklist below.
A bomb cyclone, sometimes referred to as a “winter hurricane,” is caused by a warm air front colliding with a cold air front. This collision results in a rapid and severe drop in atmospheric pressure, bringing with it high winds, cold temperatures, and intense blizzard conditions. Such a storm buried Colorado last week, resulting in hundreds of traffic accidents, school closures throughout the state, the delay of more than 4,000 flights, and the cancellation of over 2,000 more.
Every year, more than three million persons across the United States are injured in car accidents. About two million of those may experience permanent injuries as a result of their accident. One of the most serious concerns many people face following a car accident is “Who is liable when I’m injured?”
After you’ve been injured in a car accident in Colorado, your first move is to seek medical attention. It doesn’t take long, however, before you start wondering how long you have to file a claim. If you weren’t the one responsible for the accident, you want to know that you won’t have to bear the full weight of your medical bills on your own; but how long do you have to ensure that the responsible party will pay the funds you’re due?
According to recent crash data from the Colorado Department of Transportation, almost 50,000 traffic accidents happened in Adams, Arapahoe, and Denver counties in 2016. These statistics suggest that if you drive around the Greater Denver area, you are likely to be involved in a car accident, if you haven’t already. If you sustained an injury in a car accident in the Denver area that was the other driver’s fault, you may be entitled to recover damages related to injuries. Receiving compensation hinges on the strength of your case. Strong personal injury cases involving car accidents in Colorado often require proving that the other driver was at fault.
When you’re injured in a car accident through no fault of your own, you want to know that there’s legal recourse for your injuries. You shouldn’t be saddled with medical expenses, lost income, and physical pain because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness. But if you shouldn’t, who should?
Teen drivers have the least amount of driving experience. It’s no surprise that they are more likely to crash or be hurt in a crash. Do you have a teen driver? Take a look at the guide below and see the most common distractions teen drivers face, and some tips on how to keep them safe.
For Ryan, it was just another normal day driving to the office. Luckily, traffic wasn’t too bad. He zoomed down Main Street heading for his office building. As he approached the last intersection, he looked up at the light making sure it was green and that the intersection was clear. As he entered the intersection, suddenly, CRASH! Another car plowed into the intersection, slamming into Ryan’s car. The car that hit him was approaching so fast that he hadn’t seen it when he surveyed the intersection. The loud bang of metal breaking metal, airbags deploying, and shattering glass all reverberated in Ryan’s ears.
Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance every employer is mandated to carry. Workers’ comp is used when an employee is injured on the job. Whether it be the fault of the injured worker his or herself or the fault of a third-party, every injured workers is entitled to workers’ comp benefits.The workers’ compensation system does have its negative aspects and positive aspects. The biggest positive aspect of the system is that it is a “no fault” system. A no-fault system means that any injured worker who injures his or herself is entitled to all the benefits entitled to them under the state law.
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