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April 2017 Archives

Alleged carjacker now faces the wrath of Colorado criminal law

In Colorado, any person's criminal record can jeopardize his or her ability to secure a job and rent an apartment. It can even affect child custody and visitation rights. In fact, any charges under criminal law can adversely influence an individual's future. Such might be the prospects of a man that was arrested on a recent Tuesday afternoon.

What to do if you have been hit by an uninsured motorist

Few things are more frustrating than meeting your lawful responsibilities to society only to be in a motor vehicle accident with someone who does not follow the rules. If you are hit by an uninsured person, you face great uncertainty about who will pay for your property repairs, medical bills and any other expenses you incur.

Hit and run accidents often leave victims without compensation

A pedestrian in Colorado was recently struck by the car of a driver who failed to stop. Victims of hit and run accidents often end up with severe injuries and unable to seek recovery. Authorities say this incident happened on a recent Monday morning. Officers were looking for a particular SUV in connection with the crash.

Traffic cameras at intersections reduce accidents

Some of our complaining about Big Brother watching every step we take may have to come to an end? At least if we are to believe a report published by Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. According to their study, traffic cams conspicuously placed at intersections with stop lights apparently have a positive impact on reducing accidents. Additionally, just having them visible at some intersections may be making a difference at intersections where no cameras have been placed.

Auto-pedestrian accidents claim too many lives in Colorado

Whenever pedestrians and bicyclists share the roads with automobile operators in Colorado cities, lives will be threatened. Although all road users must comply with the rules of the road, cyclists typically have only crash helmets, and pedestrians have nothing to protect them from injuries. For this reason, most auto\-pedestrian accidents result in life-threatening injuries or death.

Does daylight savings time effect our health and driving?

Presumably, there were good intentions behind the concept of Daylight Savings Time. Twice a year, the clock is adjusted in order to make better use of the lingering daylight in the summertime and the dwindling daytime hours in the winter. As the adage goes, you need to spring forward one hour and fall back an hour. While this accomplishes the goal of conserving energy and improving the use of the existing daylight hours, there are an increasing number of people who absolutely dread these time changes.

Criminal law: Fighting charges requires strong defense strategy

Jail time may be a real possibility for anybody who faces criminal charges in Colorado. Those who run afoul of criminal law may lose their jobs, drivers licenses, rights to own firearms and/or even visitation or child custody rights. A 35-year-old Colorado Springs man will likely explore his defense options after his recent arrest.

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