Back Stretches for Lower Back Pain

Back Stretches for Lower Back Pain

If you suffer from lower back pain, whether from a car accident injury or other injuries, working from home can be painful. Sitting for long stretches without those breaks for getting up and talking to co-workers or walking to get coffee or lunch means your back is compressed more often that it’s used to. We’ve got some back stretches for lower back pain articles here […]

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Your Accident Injury Case During the Coronavirus

Your Accident Injury Case During the Coronavirus

As we’re all told to social distance, it’s no surprise that you may wonder about your accident case. How will we communicate with you? How will we have meetings with other lawyers or parties involved? In the year 2020 handling your accident injury case during the Coronavirus is easier than you might think. Video Conferencing for Your Accident Injury Case During the Coronavirus First, we […]

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Diverging Diamond Interchanges

Diverging Diamond Interchanges

There are lots of feats of engineering in the interstate interchange world. Everything from cloverleafs to roundabouts and now diverging diamond interchanges have been used. The purpose of all of these is to move traffic efficiently and with as many free flowing turns (no crossing traffic to turn left) as possible. The video below clearly explains the purpose and uses for diverging diamond interchanges. You […]

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Funny Car Accident Photos

Funny Car Accident Photos

We know car accidents are a serious matter and we never want to see anyone harmed because of their own or someone else’s reckless behavior.  However, we do agree that there are ironic and often funny car accident photos out there.  We decided to share some of our favorites here.  We’ll update this post from time to time as we come across more photos. From […]

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Afraid of Winter Driving

Afraid of Winter Driving

If seeing snow covered roads when you head out for work makes your stomach queasy and your palms sweat, you’re not alone. Lots of people are afraid of winter driving like driving on snowy or icy roads.  The reasons for that are valid. No one wants to be involved in an accident. Ice makes roads slick, so stopping is more of a challenge. There are […]

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Winter Accident Injuries

Winter Accident Injuries

Accidents can occur anytime of year, but ice and snow make winter accident injuries prevalent in areas like Colorado.  Whether you’re a business owner or a home or car owner, knowing how to prevent winter accidents is a way to stay one step ahead. First, as a business owner, make sure you have your parking lot plowed when it snows.  Check gutters and areas where […]

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Tips for Driving in the Fog

Tips for Driving in the Fog

In the cold desert climate of Grand Junction, Colorado rarely do we have to worry about driving in the fog. Our arid conditions usually mean there isn’t enough humidity or cloud cover for that to happen. However, in the winter when inversions occur, fog can too.  Clouds trap cold air and moisture at low levels.  This means we can have 20 degree highs, with clouds, […]

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Avoid slipping on ice this winter

Avoid slipping on ice this winter

Inevitably it will happen. Snow will fall, then melt, leaving slippery ice your driveway and parking lots across town.  How can you avoid slipping on ice this winter? There are steps you can take! General Tips First, at your own home use a pet-safe deicer like Safe Paw Ice Melter. This will melt the ice and prevent slipping in your driveway (or workplace parking lot […]

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Holiday Driving Tips

Holiday Driving Tips

If your Thanksgiving or Christmas plans involve driving to your inlaws, best friend’s or to the beach, we’ve got some holiday driving tips for you.  It’s important to remember that this time of year the roads will be busier and you might encounter harsh winter weather. To prepare as best you can for those things, we suggest the following. First, make sure you get a […]

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Are Roundabouts Really Safer?

Are Roundabouts Really Safer?

The big argument for installing roundabouts in place of 4-way stops, is that they’re safer. Generally speaking, this is true. The number of fatal car accidents often does decrease when a roundabout is installed. Roundabouts force people to slow down; you can’t “run” a roundabout like you can a stop sign. However, in one study from Wisconsin,  roundabouts led to an increase in single-car accidents. […]

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