Fatal Hit-and-Run Suspect Turns Self In, Young Lawyer Killed

This hit-and-run story is as profoundly sad as any get. It involves a late-night accident that took the life of a promising young Denver attorney. Her family and boyfriend obviously took the news in shock, according to local news reports.

“She was a talented lawyer, a great colleague and a wonderful presence in the Denver office. […]

Former Air Force QB BAC Level Triple Limit in Fatal Crash

When one of Colorado’s collegiate sports figures dies it’s usually big news, because Colorado is a play hard and huge spectator state. Well, true to form, the news of the passing of former Air Force Academy quarterback Dee Dowis put a somber mood on the news when the story broke that he died in a […]

Study Aims to Increase Safety Along Boulder-Golden Corridor

One of Colorado’s older highways connecting Golden and Boulder, CO 93, has become so notoriously dangerous that some of the commuters have started brandishing a popular bump sticker on their automobiles that highlights their accomplishments of survival, so far.

“Pray for me, I drive 93,” it states.

Motorists who sport the bumper sticker say they put […]

Oct 16, 2017|Accident Prevention, Driving Safety|

What to Do After a Hit & Run Car Accident: FAQs

Hit-and-run car accidents can be as emotionally distressing as they may be physically harmful. Knowing what to do after another motorist has hit – and fled the scene, however, can be essential to:

Protecting your rights
Taking the right steps to financially recover from the crash.

Important Answers about What to Do after a Hit-and-Run Crash

To help […]

Aug 31, 2016|Car Accidents, Driver Negligence, Hit & Runs|

New Technology Aims to Prevent Rear-End Truck Accidents

Autonomous technology has ushered in some amazing innovations aimed at preventing crashes and injuries – as well as saving lives. While the makers of passenger vehicles have been at the cutting edge of developing and testing out this technology, commercial vehicle makers are also joining the effort.

In fact, ZF and WABCO (truck equipment suppliers) have reportedly teamed […]

Feds Rule Commercial Truck Passengers Must Buckle Up

As of August 8, 2016, commercial carriers and drivers will be responsible for making sure any passengers on board their commercial vehicles are buckled up.

“Seat belts save lives – period,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx in a FMCSA press release issued June 6. “Whether you’re a driver or passenger, in a personal vehicle or large […]

Got Milk? Rollover Dairy Truck Accident Under Investigation

Nobody likes to see spilt milk – no one!!! Especially when it has taken a spill on the highway, which is what happened in the wee hours of Tuesday, June 19 on Interstate 25 south of Mulberry just east of Fort Collins.

This particular truck accident just so happened to be a single-vehicle crash, which tends […]

Aug 15, 2016|Car Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents|

Bus Safety News: Look Before You Book a Bus Trip

Many of us overlook one of the most economical, energy-efficient, and roomier modes of transportation out there – the bus. Additionally, because of the hulking footprint, buses also tend to be one of the safest modes of transportation as well.

One thing often overlooked when booking a trip to your favorite destination is how safe the […]

Drivers Beware: Pokemon Go Causing Car Accidents

The new Pokemon Go sensation is literally taking the nation by storm. Players are causing quite a ruckus, too! Some have scaled law enforcement fences meant to keep people out, crept into cemeteries, and apparently have even discovered an abandoned baby and dead bodies. So, it’s not entirely out of the realm of possibility that […]

Top DUI Cop Focuses on Preventing Car Accidents

Sam Roth is to drunk drivers what Clint Eastwood was to bad guys in all his iconic Dirty Harry roles – an enforcer of the law! Funny too, because “enforcer” is even part of Roth’s official title: Larimer County Sheriff’s deputy and DUI enforcement officer.

“People always say, ‘Why don’t you go investigate something more serious?” Roth […]