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How You can Avoid Accidents at a Street Festival

Most people don’t think about the many dangers they risk when going to a community festival. They’re largely just thinking about a fun day out with friends and family, hearing good music from local acts, looking at fantastic arts and crafts, enjoying great ethnic food and soaking up local culture. The fact is, however, that there are a lot of …

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How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner! Arguably one of the most entertaining days of the year, this holiday is a great opportunity for you to make plenty of wonderful memories with your family and friends. However, this special time can quickly turn into a nightmare if you do not take the proper safety precautions. No parent thinks that their child …

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What To Do If You’re Involved in a Hit and Run Car Accident

A “hit and run” is defined by the involvement in an automobile accident and leaving the scene before identifying oneself or leaving the others involved stranded. The accident may include any collision with another car, a pedestrian, a stationary object and, in some states, an animal. If you believe you are involved in a hit and run car accident, a …

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Things Pedestrians Should Never Assume

Late on April 18, a 26-year-old man was struck by a vehicle, suffering non-life threatening injuries. Because the man had crossed the street in the middle of the road, rather than at a crosswalk, the pedestrian was cited. As a pedestrian, you need to be careful when crossing the street, and there are certain things you should never assume. Never …

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Pedestrian Safety Advice From Our Personal Injury Attorneys

In an April 3 pedestrian death near the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, the pedestrian, rather than the driver, may have been at fault. The man tried to cross in the middle of the road, and the driver said she did not see the man. People sometimes assume the driver is at fault when a pedestrian is hit on …

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Avoid a Pedestrian Death Repeat of 2015

According to data recently released by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), there was a 10 percent increase in pedestrian-related deaths nationwide from 2014 to 2015. Sadly, there were 65 pedestrian deaths statewide in 2015, nine of which were in Colorado Springs. So far, there have already been two pedestrian deaths in 2016 in Colorado Springs. Fortunately, there are several …

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We Encourage Safe Working Environments

Recently, a Pueblo man was hit by a vehicle when the man attempted to cross Highway 50 Business. After being hit, the man was transported to a hospital where he died. Officers later said the man who was hit was intoxicated at the time of the crash. If you often travel on foot, consider the following tips to keep yourself …