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October 2019 Archives

Facing the significant cost of a spinal cord injury

A catastrophic injury may result when someone else's careless or reckless actions lead to an accident. What may have begun as a normal day suddenly became anything but normal. The first days after the accident may have been a blur of doctors, diagnostic tests and pain medicine. When things began to clear, you saw the look of suffering in your loved one's eyes and began to understand how bad things were.

Dangerous amusement park rides can take lives

Amusement parks in Colorado and across the country may be driven to develop the next big ride and attract visitors from near and far. The biggest, tallest and fastest roller coaster or water slide may pose a strong appeal to thrill-seekers, but amusement park operators also have a responsibility to protect their guests' safety. Many people who enjoy these thrilling rides are children without the ability to assess their safety. Poorly developed rides can pose a risk of catastrophic injury or even death as illustrated by the case of the tallest water slide in the world.

Would giving truck drivers more time to drive increase the risk?

The federal government regulates how long a truck driver can be on the road before taking certain mandatory rest breaks. Even so, truck driver fatigue remains an issue and a danger for everyone on the roads. Now, the government may relax the hours of service rules, which could potentially worsen an already dangerous situation.

Proving fault after a car accident

Getting the right compensation for your injuries after a serious car wreck is a priority. You will have to demonstrate that the other driver was responsible for the accident in order to successfully get that compensation through a personal injury claim. You know that the other driver was responsible for the accident, but proving fault requires more than just your account of the collision.

Higher speed limits leading to more fatalities

Research conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety indicates that rising speed limits have led to an increase in the number of roadway fatalities nationwide. Drivers in Colorado may be interested in the details of the study, which concluded that higher travel speeds have resulted in more traffic deaths even though the number of fatalities overall has dropped since 1993. Until 1995, the speed limit nationwide was 55 mph. Since then, more than 40 states have increased limits to 70 mph or more.

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