Who Is At Fault In A Rear-End Car Accident

2020-03-19T09:15:53-06:00February 27th, 2020|

Rear-end accidents are common occurrences that can happen at any time but remain frustrating nonetheless. People usually assume that the trailing driver is at automatic fault in a rear-end collision. Although this can be true in some states, this is not the case in Colorado, and there are a plethora of factors that come

Car Accidents in Colorado on the Rise After Pot Legalized

2020-11-19T11:31:02-07:00October 19th, 2017|

A new report done by researchers claims marijuana is having a big effect on the number of car crashes in the state of Colorado. That big effect, by the way, is not a positive effect either. The experts are saying that ever since marijuana has become legalized in several states, that motor vehicle crashes

Don’t Be Fool by These 5 Myths about Distracted Driving

2020-11-19T11:09:43-07:00June 30th, 2017|

Distracted driving has reached epidemic levels across the U.S. In fact, while many motorists agree that distracted driving can be risky, they still engage in this dangerous practice, putting themselves and others at risk of accidents and injuries. To highlight just how hazardous this practice can be, the following dispels some of the most

How to report a crash in Colorado

2023-07-13T15:31:09-06:00June 29th, 2017|

Colorado law sets strict requirements for when traffic accidents need to be reported to local law enforcement authorities. By law, drivers are required to report any traffic crash that causes property damage, injuries or death.1 Since most collisions cause, at the very least, minor property damage, this essentially means that nearly all auto accidents

Using apps to promote driving safety

2020-11-19T11:03:39-07:00May 22nd, 2017|

On behalf of Drew Wills of Wm. Andrew Wills II, P.C. posted in blog on Thursday, April 13, 2017. With warmer temperatures upon us, drivers in Colorado Springs no longer need to endure the white-knuckle driving conditions that accompany winter weather's sleet, ice and snow. In the absence of black ice and blizzards, however,

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