What is the Value of Your Personal Injury Claim?

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What is the value of your personal injury claim? For those who have been involved in a personal injury case, it is an understandable thing to wonder. Indeed, determining how much specific injuries are worth is a crucial aspect of a claim. It can also be the most difficult aspect of the claim to determine. The negligent party in an accident€”or that person€™s insurance company€”may pay for medical expenses, lost income, permanent physical disability,...

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Lead by Example When it Comes to Dangerous Driving Habits

While most of us tend to think teens are the biggest texting offenders on the roadways, the surprising results of a recent study found middle-aged drivers have a high rate of collisions due to the use of their cell phones while driving. These results show that very few drivers really have a clear understanding of the risks associated with distracted driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported driver distraction was the...

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5 Most Common Driving Diversions

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over one thousand people are injured every day in car accidents on U.S. highways. Contributing significantly to that number are distracted drivers. In fact, it is estimated that 10 people die each day in accidents caused by distracted drivers.

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The Safest Cars on the Road | Denver Personal Injury Attorney

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) regularly tests and rates passenger vehicles on their ability to keep occupants safe during a crash. The Institute€™s most recent testing has spotlighted five vehicles for outstanding safety in crashes. IIHS now bestows a Top Safety Pick Plus rating on vehicles that are equipped with accident prevention systems. These vehicles are able to sense an imminent collision and apply the brakes automatically....

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Your Odds of Injury Increase After Consuming Alcohol

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A recent Washington Post story debates the question of how often drinking leads to injury. The study in question looked at those who wind up in the ER and suggests that your odds of injury increase after consuming alcohol, and do so dramatically€”at the very least, a single alcoholic beverage effectively doubles your risk of injury. Three drinks, according to the study, increases your risk of injury by five times. It is important to note that the...

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Stoned Drivers to Blame for Increase in Fatal Crashes

Recent studies have pointed to an increase in the number of drivers involved in deadly car crashes in Colorado who test positive for marijuana. Furthermore, they indicate Colorado has a higher percentage of such drivers testing positive for THC than other states even when the studies are controlled for other variables. Additionally, studies show that perceptions about the risk of marijuana use have been reduced across all age groups as the industry...

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Top 10 Mistakes Drivers Make After a Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be a nerve-rattling experience. Chances are, you didn€™t even see it coming, and now you€™re sitting in your wrecked car, scared, and perhaps injured. You need to take a deep breath and try to think clearly, because what you do immediately following a car accident can greatly affect the amount of compensation you will be able to collect later to help cover costs you weren€™t anticipating. To maximize your recovery,...

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