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Essential Items for Your Car Provided by Our Experienced Personal Injury Law Team

From the moment we step foot into our first car, it seems like we spend so much of our lives going from one place to the next. With so much time spent in our cars, there are a few essential items that we should never be without. Our experienced Colorado personal injury law team would like to provide you with this list of essential items to carry in your vehicle, and we suggest you take this list and start stocking your car as soon as possible.

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Causes of Swimming Injuries in Colorado

Updated on May 23, 2019. Drowning is the second leading cause of death for Colorado children age 14 and under. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, three children die from drowning each day in the United States; and for every child that dies from drowning, five more “receive emergency department care for nonfatal submersion injuries.”

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Top 20 Private Investigators Answer: “How Can a Private Investigator Help Build Your Personal Injury Case?”

In a personal injury civil trial, the burden of proof relies on you and your attorney. Therefore it is necessary when considering filing a lawsuit to start building on the preponderance of evidence early–and this is where the need for a private investigator comes in. To give you an idea, we asked some of the best Private Investigators in the country: “How Can A Private Investigator Help Build Your Personal Injury Case?”

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Average Number of Americans Who Reoffend on a DUI

You have probably noticed the high rotation of anti-drinking and driving advertisements in the media and have wondered if this is still a significant concern in America. More than any previous generation, we have introduced drug and alcohol awareness programs in schools and culturally, the efforts to prevent driving while impaired are more socially acceptable. So why do we still see this heavy barrage of preventative advertising?

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Seven Summer Vacation Driving Tips

Summer is almost here and you are looking forward to your vacation. If your plans include a long road trip, consider that summer is a dangerous time of the year for driving. This is largely due to greater congestion, road work, and good driving conditions that encourage more speeding. To help make your vacation a safe one, the car accident lawyers at Tenge Law Firm offer these seven vacation driving tips:

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The Effects of Cognitive Distraction on Driving

Many people mistakenly believe that they are capable of multitasking. While they may complete two tasks at the same time, their performance at each suffers. The reason is that the human brain isn’t capable of doing true multitasking. Instead, it switches back and forth between tasks and requires additional time to get back up to speed each time it does a switch. Therefore, it takes more time to do both tasks together than separately.

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Stairways and Their Hazards

Updated on May 23, 2019. Because stairs are a common feature in many homes and buildings, people take them for granted. However, they aren’t always safe to use, and the unwary person may fall and injure himself.

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Strong Emotion: A Distraction That Causes Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you have ever lost your keys, performed poorly on a test, or nearly walked in front of a car because you were upset, then you know first hand what emotional distress can do to you. Driving while gripped by strong emotion is every bit as distracting as texting or using a cell phone. Like alcohol, this state of mind impairs your driving ability. Unlike alcohol, it is overlooked as a form of impairment by most of the driving population.

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Tire Care Mistakes That Risk Motor Vehicle Accidents

People live busy lives and tire care isn’t at the top of their priorities. For them, taking care of their tires means using common sense such as adding air to a tire that looks under inflated and replacing tires that have worn tread. Broadly speaking, keeping your tires properly inflated and replacing worn tires is more or less the essence of tire maintenance, although they must also be rotated on your car to keep the wear even.

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A Tale of Two Choices

Human beings are at their most vulnerable when their lives are interrupted by a devastating accident. In these trying times, family and friends can provide much-needed support, but something more may be necessary.

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