As Coloradans, we take pride in the snow and recreation in our state, but the weather can sometimes create some negative side effects. Snowstorms bring fog, ice and snow accumulation that increases the likelihood of spinouts and fender benders on the road.
Since the legalization of marijuana medicinally in 2000 and recreationally in 2014, safety advocates in Colorado have expressed their concerns about a spike in driving under the influence. Not only could easy access mean more widespread cases of DUI, but law enforcement could be without a way to test for marijuana "intoxication" on the road.
If you have questions about injuries or have done any research online, you've likely seen long paragraphs stacked with language like "contributory negligence," "tort law," and "plaintiff's request for summary judgment."
Excitement around self-driving cars has been building as the idea finally became a reality from innovators like Google and Tesla. But when the first reported fatal automated car crash occurred earlier this year, it made many wonder if driverless vehicles and the technology behind them should be reconsidered for safety reasons.
Summer is coming to a close this long Labor Day weekend, and with the extra day off comes lots of fun activity. The first Monday of September every year is a time to relax, so kick your feet up and read these fun facts - pay attention to the final statistic to help keep you and your family safe during the upcoming flurry of activities and fun.
Many people across the United States have applauded Colorado's progressive marijuana laws, and the passage of Amendment 64 has had many benefits -- including increased tax revenues, decreased crime and a thriving economy in the state. However, a new study shows that the legalization of recreational marijuana may also have an alarming effect on public safety.
Living with serious injuries is a very difficult thing to go through. The physical and emotional challenges can make it difficult or impossible to live life as you once knew.