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A little boy who was nearly hit by a car was saved when his father pushed him out of the way, according to 9 News. Francisco Casillas, Sr. pushed his son, Francisco Jr. out of the way when a car drove over the curb and into the family’s front yard near 17th and Peoria in Aurora. The boy was sideswiped by the car, but suffered only minor injuries. If it weren’t for his father, the child might have been struck directly, and the outcome could have been much much worse. Police do not believe that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and she was issued a citation for careless driving.
Has your child been injured in a car accident? Contact an experienced Aurora car accident lawyer to discuss your options.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that in 2008, there were 4,378 pedestrians killed in traffic accidents. They calculate that a pedestrian is 1.5 times more likely to be killed in a car crash than the occupant of a vehicle. They also found that one out of every five children killed in a traffic accident is a pedestrian.
If your child has been seriously injured in a car accident, contact a dedicated Aurora car accident lawyer immediately. Any parent will agree that an injury to their child is more frightening even than an injury to themselves. John Fuller is an Aurora car accident lawyer who has years of experience helping families receive compensation for medical bills and property damage after injuries to children in car crashes. For more information and a FREE CASE EVALUATION, contact John at the Fuller Law Firm at (303)597-4500.
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According to CBS News, a woman driving a Pontiac on I-70 in Aurora was killed after driving into the back end of a semi-truck. Police believe that the truck may have been having mechanical difficulties, and for that reason was driving very slowly in the lane of traffic. The woman came up behind the truck, and wedged her car underneath the back end of the trailer. She died at the scene. Investigators do not believe that drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash.
Have you been seriously injured in a trucking accident? Contact an experienced Aurora trucking accident lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options.
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration traffic accidents involving large trucks account for over 50,000 injuries and about 3,000 fatalities every year. When a car or small truck is involved in a collision with a large, heavy commercial truck, the incredible difference in momentum can mean a terrible result for anyone inside the passenger vehicle. Of course, in most cases, commercial truckers are experienced, safe drivers but with the inherent difference in size, if a commercial vehicle accident is caused by negligent driving by the commercial driver, the outcome can be tragic.
If you have been injured in a trucking accident, contact an experienced, dedicated Aurora trucking accident lawyer right away. John Fuller is an Aurora trucking accident lawyer who has helped countless people in Aurora and around the Denver area who have been injured due to the negligence of other drivers to recover compensation. From conducting an independent investigation into the crash, to dealing with insurance companies, to explaining the facts of your case to a jury, he can provide the legal expertise and vigilant advocacy that you need. For more information and a FREE CASE EVALUATION, contact at John R. Fuller, PC today at (303)597-4500.
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Aurora firefighter Jason Murphy was killed early Friday morning after being struck on his bicycle by a pickup truck. According to sources at 9news.com, the driver of the 2002 Dodge Ram pickup, 49-year-old William Nale, told authorities that he was unable to see Murphy in the marked crosswalk due to the morning sun. The accident happened in Aurora near Summit Elementary School. Aurora Fire says Murphy was on his way to work at 7:30am when he was struck. Murphy passed away shortly after being taken to a local hospital for serious injuries. Police say Nale was cited for careless driving resulting in death and failing to provide proof of insurance.
Have you or a loved one been seriously injured in an auto crash and have questions concerning your personal rights? Contact a dedicated Colorado bicycle accident lawyer to evaluate your case.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, several hundred cyclists are killed in traffic accidents every year, and more than one in five deaths is the result of a collision with a vehicle at an intersection. In many cases, the accident occurred because the driver did not see the cyclist. Because cyclists have very little protection, it is important for both the driver, and the cyclist to proceed with caution and pay close attention when entering crossing zones or intersections. Colorado law requires all vehicles to stop for pedestrians at a crosswalk.
A fire broke out today at a family home in Aurora, Colorado, according to the Denver Post. Firefighters responded to the house fire on Emporia Street at 9:50am. Numerous rooms of the house were engulfed in fire and it was noticeable from the street with heavy smoke and visible flames. Three of four residents were at home when the fire broke out and seemingly threatened their lives. All three victims were able to escape but two beloved family pet birds were consumed by the fire. Firefighters were able to completely contain the fire by 10:10am, although the home suffered from fire, smoke and water damage. The house also endured holes in the roof when firefighters needed to ventilate the heavy smoke from the house. The fire’s orientation is still under investigation.
Have you been injured during a dangerous house fire? Contact an Aurora Personal Injury Attorney to further discuss your options.
House fires are very common and can cause considerable amounts of damage. Heating is the second leading cause of accidental fire death in the home, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Fewer than 3,000 people die each year in house fires. More than 80 percent of residential fire deaths and injuries result from fires in family houses and apartments. Being injured in a house fire can be devastating and may result in a legal claim.
If you or a family member have been hurt due to a house fire then you need the dedicated services of an experienced Aurora Personal Injury Attorney. A destructive fire can leave one feeling hopeless and discouraged; seeking the help of a highly qualified attorney can help ease your suffering so you can focus on what is important. John Fuller is an aggressive Personal Injury Attorney that will commit his time to your case in order to see to it that you get what you deserve. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact John Fuller at (303)597-4500.
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38-year-old department of corrections officer, Jason Ashley Ulrich, was driving under the influence when he caused an accident that injured three people. Ulrich was reportedly under the influence of both alcohol and prescription medicine at the time of the incident and will face charges of driving under the influence and vehicular assault. Colorado State Police believe Ulrich was also going 30mph over the speed limit on Smokey Hill Road when he collided with a Honda Pilot sending all three passengers to a local Aurora hospital. While two of the victims were released shortly after the accident, the driver is still in critical condition. Ulrich’s BAC was reported at a .252 which is three times over the legal limit of .08 according to the Colorado News Leader.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last year over 1.4 million drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and or under drugs. One alcohol related death occurs every 48 minutes in the United States resulting in over 10,000 deaths a year. Drunk drivers are also responsible for leaving innocent victims with debilitating and chronic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an Aurora car accident, then you need an Aurora personal injury lawyer to help fight for the rights. John Fuller will help you obtain the compensation you deserve and will not stop fighting until justice is served. For your Free Consultation and more information please contact our Aurora drunk driving attorneys at 303-597-4500.