Study shows small used cars are the most dangerous

Study shows small used cars are the most dangerous

A new study suggests bigger is better when it comes to car safety. Online automotive marketplace and research outfit iseecars.com took fatal accident reports from NHTSA covering 2013 to 2017 models and combined them with information from its used car sales database to come up with a ranked list of vehicles with the most occupant fatalities per billion miles driven. At the top is the Mitsubishi […]

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Fair Compensation for Auto Accidents

Fair Compensation for Auto Accidents

At the Law office of Rick Wagner we believe in getting you fair compensation for auto accidents.  That starts with a free consultation with us to determine the best course of action.  More importantly though, while we’re working on your case, we want you to focus on getting better. Whether this means general rest or following a doctor or physical therapist’s recommendations, that’s what we […]

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Pet Safe De-icing products

Pet Safe De-icing products

When it comes to our pets, we want to keep them as safe as possible. That means even in winter, when our driveways are iced over, we want to make sure that the products we use to protect ourselves and our cars are also safe for our pets, our driveways, and the environment.  Most de-icing products are made from salt, which is terrible for the […]

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Most Dangerous Intersections in Grand Junction

Most Dangerous Intersections in Grand Junction

We’ve compiled information from a variety of sources about some of the most dangerous intersections in Grand Junction, Colorado.  Here in Grand Junction we often joke about bad drivers, and while every town has their share of them, it seems some of our intersections are more likely to have accidents than others.  Based partly on Rick Wagner’s own experience as an accident attorney, these six Grand […]

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6 Signs It’s Time to Stop Driving

6 Signs It’s Time to Stop Driving

This is a tough decision. Driving is freedom. Freedom to get out, get around and go for groceries or travel. But when does it make sense to stop driving? Here are some obvious reasons and some subtle ones, that can help make the decision easier for you and your family. Most likely you’ve already had that conversation with an older member of your family, and […]

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Michelin’s Culture of Innovation

Michelin’s Culture of Innovation

Michelin’s Culture of Innovation How the tire company’s search for better mobility is achieved in the service of its iconic brand. Michelin is dedicated to cultivating a culture of innovation.  Clearly, its goal of  innovating better and faster so to maintain its lead over the competition and deliver solutions that are increasingly effective and competitive, and perfectly suited to the challenges of mobility continues to be the […]

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Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ

Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ

According to an article on RoadandTrack.com, the Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ are coming, possibly with More Power! Subaru has a new 2.4-liter boxer engine, and there’s a new rear-drive sports coupe in the works. Wow, that will be a nice combination! Photo, the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS. In a Road & Track article, a Subaru spokesperson has confirmed Toyota and Subaru are working on the next-generation 86 and BRZ. Toyota said […]

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What are the symptoms of Whiplash?

What are the symptoms of Whiplash?

Interesting Whiplash Statistics: Whiplash symptoms last more than 6 months in 75% of patients Symptoms of whiplash commonly do not appear until weeks or months after the accident Whiplash victims lose an average of 8 weeks of work Whiplash is 5 times more common in women than in men Whiplash occurs most commonly in those aged 30 to 50 years Rear-end collisions typically cause more […]

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Driving Pet Peeves

Driving Pet Peeves

What really gets me are people that don’t use their blinkers. Seriously, signal your turn: there is a car behind, next to and one in front of you and you don’t signal your turn? What are you thinking? Well, that’s actually the crux of the matter. Not thinking, following the leader, being lazy, pretending to be a NASCAR driver are the top reasons why people […]

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Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle

Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle

Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle by Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A. ; Updated December 09, 2017   The Internal Revenue Service allows taxpayers to deduct property losses that result from an unexpected casualty. You can deduct the cost of damage or loss to a car resulting from the event. However, not every property loss resulting from an accident is tax deductible. Taxpayers must become familiar with […]

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