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How Common Is Drunk-Driving in America?
"I know my limit," and "I never drive when I've had too much," are often the last words friends and family hear from their loved ones. Drunk driving
Are Colorado Roads Getting Safer to Drive Down?
Are Colorado's roads becoming safer to drive down? What does the accident data collected by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) tell drivers about things they can do
2019 in Hindsight as 2020 Rolls into View
Reviewing data gathered by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) provides information that offers guidance that can keep you safe as you drive down the road. As they say,
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
Who’s Suffering Wrongful Death in the Colorado Workplace?
The unemployment rate is down, and the number of wrongful deaths in the workplace is on the decline. While there are plenty of reasons to celebrate, it is
The Road to Recovery Following a Spinal Injury
Recovering from a spinal injury takes time. When an injury occurs, it is essential to follow doctor's orders and adhere to your therapy regimen. Every spinal injury is
Stay Safe When Pulling Santa’s Sleigh Through the Parking Lot
The holidays are a happy time, but they are also a time when drivers and pedestrians get distracted by shopping lists, special events, and celebrations. Nationwide, one in every