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Tips to Make Things Easier for Tow Truck Drivers

A recent article discussed how tow truck drivers are especially busy when the roads are icy or after it has snowed. While a greater number of accidents are expected when the weather is bad, there are several things you can do to make things easier for tow truck drivers in our area. When the roads are icy or when there …

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How To Avoid A Snowy Winter Multi-Car Pileup

No one looks forward to winter driving with its snow and ice-covered roads. These conditions also increase the risk of multi-car pileup accidents, especially when some motorists fail to exercise caution. If another’s negligent or reckless driving injured you in a winter accident, get in touch with an experienced accident attorney. Avoid a multi-car pileup this winter by following these …

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Employer Wants You to Work Before You’re Ready? We Can Help

Even though the idea of getting back to work as soon as possible after your injury can be appealing, it is best to stay away from the job until your doctor fully clears you to go back to work. There are a few potential issues that you can run into if you attempt to go back to work before your doctor says you …

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Accident Prevention Tips & Things You Should Be Aware Of

On the evening of January 20, the driver of a semi-trailer knocked into two bridges along I-25 in Pueblo. No one was injured, and although the bridges suffered cosmetic damage, neither had structural damage. Still, this is a reminder of how important it is for semi-truck drivers to be safe drivers. Know your truck’s height limits. Whereas it might be tempting …

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Gun Safety & Negligence

A recent gun accident at a local firing range resulted in a man seeking medical care after his wife accidentally shot him in the leg. While guns can be dangerous and even deadly, following the proper safety procedures can prevent gun accidents. Always unload your gun after use. Make sure all ammunition has been removed, and store it in a …

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Six Common Types of Truck Accidents

Overland transport of goods are handled by rail and trucking. Unlike rail transport that operates on its own separate rail system, trucking shares the roads with the driving public. This exposes auto drivers to many types of accident scenarios with trucks. Regardless of who is at fault, the consequences are often tragic for the occupants of the car and sometimes …

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Avoid a Slip and Fall This Winter

With winter upon us, parking lots and sidewalks are sometimes slippery. Because of that, some people are afraid of falling down and getting hurt during these cold winter months. While slip and fall accidents are not always entirely preventable, there are certain precautions you can take to reduce your chances of falling on icy or snowy walkways. Wear the right shoes. …