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All Ends Well in Denver High Speed Chase-But Who Pays for Damages?

The good news is that there has been a somewhat happy ending after this morning's dramatic high speed chase that included a kidnapping and 3 car-jackings covering nearly 100 miles. 4-year old Allen Chavarria-Rodriquez was found safe and the suspect, Ryan Stone was apprehended in Douglas County after a two hour chase. Law enforcement...
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Understanding Your Auto Insurance Policy

Nobody ever wakes up and says, "I think I'll get into a car accident today!" Yet that's exactly what happened when a band of heavy snow moved through South Denver recently. Drivers on northbound I-25 were not prepared and in just a 2-mile stretch of the highway, 104 vehicles were involved in a massive...
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3.7 Million Graco Child Car Seats Recalled

When you make the decision about which car seat to purchase for your child, you are literally putting their life into the hands of the manufacturer. You're trusting that the manufacturer wouldn't put a faulty product on the market and that your child will be safe. Unfortunately for 3.7 million consumers of the Graco...
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HB 1132 Extended Bar Hours

Longer Bar Hours in Denver Could Lead to an Increase in Drunk Driving Crashes For anyone who has been in Downtown Denver past 2:00 in the morning, you know how hectic it can be when the bars close and everyone begins streaming out onto the downtown sidewalks. With every bar-goer in the city moving...
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Is There a Hit and Run Epidemic in Denver

As another family is grieving the loss of their little boy after a tragic, senseless hit and run crash earlier this week, it seems timely that, the Medina Alert System, Colorado House Bill 1191 passed unanimously through the Colorado House Judiciary Committee and now moves on to the House and Senate. With two more...
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What Would Cars Be Like Without Personal Injury Attorneys?

It’s always interesting to hear the perceptions or the misconceptions that the public has when it comes to personal injury attorneys. Some people view personal injury attorneys as “sue-happy” or “ambulance chasers”, while others picture a scene out of a John Grisham novel. Often, the media and public opinion give car manufacturers the benefit...
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Motor Vehicle Recalls: What Happens, Why It Happens and How It Happens.

Laptop batteries catching fire, children’s toys covered in lead paint, and contaminated spinach being sold in grocery stores. One would be hard pressed to find a product genre that hasn’t been inundated with product recalls in the last few years, and defective motor vehicle recalls are no exception. With the increase in Federal regulations...
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Driving While Intexticated: Texting vs. Drinking and Driving

Everyone has their own routine before they get behind the wheel – make sure the coffee isn’t still on the roof of the car, buckle up, look up directions in your phone’s navigation system, and crack open that third beer… WHOA! Okay, it’s fairly safe to assume that every driver knows how stupid it...
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Marijuana Legalization in Colorado and Impaired Driving

Possession and the use of recreational marijuana have been legal in Colorado since the passing of Amendment 64 in November 2012. And with the legalization of recreational marijuana, comes the potential for an increase in drivers who will drive while impaired. The Colorado State Patrol is stepping up their game, according to Sergeant Mike...
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Brain Injuries―Not Just for Pro Athletes

Here in Colorado sports news, we’ve been hearing the words “brain injury”, “concussion” and “hard shot to the head” a lot lately when discussing the injuries of Denver Broncos wide receiver, Wes Welker.  But what does a concussion really mean? A concussion, whether received in an NFL football game or in a car accident,...
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