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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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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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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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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How to use a Roundabout

How to use a Roundabout

Learn how to use a roundabout – Here in Grand Junction, Colorado we have roundabouts. Roundabouts have been proven to prevent accidents with both cars and pedestrians better than four-way stops.  We particularly like this graphic from an episode of Mythbusters for showing just that: According to this article by the Coloradoan, “Roundabouts have only eight possible “vehicle conflict points,” which is engineer-speak for places […]

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Top Causes of Summer Car Accidents

Top Causes of Summer Car Accidents

As road trips and vacation travel take hold this summer, we think it’s best for you to be aware of the top causes of summer car accidents.  Roads seem busier, especially on Friday afternoons and Sunday evenings as everyone heads for the lake or the mountains to get as much camping in as they can while it’s warm. It’s not just cars and trucks on […]

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What to say after a car accident

What to say after a car accident

If you’re like a lot of people, you wonder what you should and shouldn’t say after a car accident. Is it ok to say “I’m sorry?” Is it ok to ask if another person is feeling alright or needs a doctor? Will these things implicate you in the accident even if you weren’t at fault? In this week’s video Rick explains what to say after […]

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Driving with Pets

Driving with Pets

Fido loves car rides, right? Head hanging out the window, tongue flapping in the breeze…in fact, he especially loves when he gets to do that while sitting in your lap with his paw on the steering wheel. It’s fine, right? In reality, it’s pretty dangerous for you, for Fido, and for others around you on the road.  We want to keep you and Fido safe.  […]

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Driving at Night

Driving at Night

I often talk to people who say “I don’t know the last time I drove at night” or “I hate driving at night…” Night driving is an entirely different beast from daytime driving, so it’s good that people are cautious.  If you’ve got good eyesight and reflexes, however, night driving doesn’t have to be daunting.  There are some simple tips you can follow to make […]

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Pedestrian deaths in Colorado increase

Pedestrian deaths in Colorado increase

We found the article below on the denver.streetblog.org website.  There is interesting information here about the huge increase in pedestrian deaths in Colorado over the past decade. Drivers killed 35 percent more pedestrians in the U.S. than they did a decade ago — and in Colorado the number of fatalities grew by an astonishing 75 percent over a similar period. Colorado drivers killed 89 pedestrians […]

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