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November 2016 Archives

Auto-pedestrian accidents often occur as secondary collisions

One might say the woman who was seriously injured in a recent accident in Colorado was a "temporary" pedestrian. Moments earlier, she had been traveling by motor vehicle but stopped her car and was walking across the road to assist other motorists who had just been involved in a terrible crash. Auto-pedestrian accidents like this one typically have devastating outcomes.

Woman suspected for violent crimes in Colorado Springs

A person accused of murder or other violent act in Colorado or any other state stands to lose much if unable to avoid conviction. Those charged with violent crimes may increase their chances of obtaining positive outcomes in court by retaining the help of skilled and aggressive representation. One woman may be considering such support at this time since she was recently arrested regarding a troublesome incident that involved an attempted murder.

Aftermaths of auto-pedestrian accidents often devastating

As in most travel areas in the United States, Colorado roadways are often heavily laden with traffic. In places where on-foot travelers navigate the same roads as motorists, the risk of auto\-pedestrian accidents is high. Even if vehicles are moving at relatively low rates of speed, the injuries caused to pedestrians when collisions occur can be very serious or even fatal.

7 Tips for avoiding car accidents during bad weather conditions

Being behind the wheel of a vehicle comes with its own set of responsibilities. The importance of these responsibilities grows more intense as weather conditions worsen. As we continue into the winter months we must prepare for slower commutes, snowy roads, and more irritable drivers. Since Denver is known for its extreme weather changes, consider the following tips to staying safe this winter:

One of many violent crimes in Colorado leads police on a search

Colorado is known for its beauty and tourist-attracting ski resorts. However, it is also a place where violent crimes often occur. Although some may want to lock up all those accused of murder and other violence-related acts, American jurisprudence protects each person accused of a crime by presuming his or her innocence unless proved otherwise in court. In order for the legal process to unfold the way it is intended, a suspect must first be apprehended and charged with a crime.

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