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What to Do If You’re Hurt Driving a Commercial Vehicle

Commercial vehicle accidents present all manner of problems, from a legal standpoint, that don’t exist in other forms of motor vehicle accident. When two cars collide, for example, usually it’s one driver or the other at fault. What happens, however, if you’re driving a commercial vehicle like a delivery truck in the course of employment, and you get in an …

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What You Need to Know About Skiing and Snowboarding Accidents:

Skiing and Snowboarding are no longer merely recreational activities enjoyed by the few of us living in snowy regions. These wintry outdoor activities have risen to become mainstream sports activities and competitive endeavors, unfortunately leading to an increase in the amount of injuries they cause each year. Take a look at what you need to know if you’ve been hurt …

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How Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuits Work in Colorado

Spinal cord injuries have devastating health effects. If spinal cord injury victims feel that another party may be liable for their injuries, they should, therefore, pursue any compensation they can to help cover the enormous costs and resulting life changes. Injury victims’ possible causes of action to pursue a claim include negligence, medical malpractice, defective product liability and more. To …

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What To Do If You’re Hurt on Private Property

If you’ve suffered a serious injury on someone else’s property, then you may be wondering what’s the best way to proceed. Injuries suffered on private property fall under the umbrella of premises liability, which are different than most personal injury cases in that they can be much harder to prove. After being injured on private property, it’s important that you …

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What If a Brake Failure Causes a Truck Accident?

Nearly a third of large truck accidents are caused by some kind of brake malfunction. It stands to reason, then, that if you’re involved in a trucking accident, the first place to look for a cause is the truck’s braking system and brake maintenance history. Unlike auto accidents involving two privately owned vehicles, trucking accidents are more complicated to deal …

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Unsafe Tires Cause Car Accidents – A Safety Warning

As a driver, it’s your responsibility to keep your passengers and other drivers safe while on the road. Often overlooked, the condition of your vehicle’s tires, if dangerous or defective, can increase the likelihood of causing an accident. Keeping your tires properly maintained plays an important role in staying safe on the road. Wear and tear, under-inflation, balding tires and …