No Charges in Accident that Killed a Littleton Toddler
Littleton Police said they do not intend to file charges against a driver who struck and killed a 2-year-old boy in the Aspen Grove parking on November 17. The tragedy occurred in the parking lot of the shopping center, when the young boy was hit by an SUV during the morning hours. The boy was rushed to an area hospital, where doctors later pronounced him dead. Police said that the driver did not act negligently or recklessly in the incident.
It is always tragic when someone so young is killed in an accident. Our hearts go out to his family and loved ones. We try to teach our kids to always look both ways before crossing a street, but accidents involving child pedestrians happen every day. Unfortunately, as was the case in this accident, pedestrians are likely to be killed or sustain serious injuries when struck by a motor vehicle. If you or someone you love was injured or killed in an accident caused by the negligence of a driver, you should discuss your legal options with a Boulder injury attorney.
FREE CONSULTATION WITH OUR BOULDER INJURY ATTORNEY
Call the Law Firm of Sloat & Nicholson P.C. at (800) 873-3202 to speak with an experienced Boulder injury attorney today. The attorneys at our firm have over 70 years combined experience handling all types of personal injury cases, including truck accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, insurance bad faith, and medical malpractice cases in Boulder, Longmont, Denver, and throughout the state of Colorado. We can help you seek justice for your loss and compensation for your injuries.
Articles and information to keep you up to date on personal injury news.
What Crash Information an Event Data Recorder Captures
Event data recorders within automobiles are similar to the black boxes used on airplanes. They record vital crash information that investigators can use to establish the cause of
Common Carrier Liability and a Public Transit Accident
Public transportation options are blooming across Colorado. The expansion of public transport along the Front Range means that more and more people are using buses, trains, Ubers, and