Will Self-Driving Cars Really Be Safer?

August 31, 2018

There are several factors that industry leaders, manufacturers, regulators, and consumers all have spinning through their heads with regards to the reality and legitimacy of self-automated vehicles (SAV). The main concerns are these: Will SAVs be safe? Will SAVs be affordable? Will SAVs be regulated well enough? Well, to be sure the federal government has…
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Cyclists Fear for Their Lives from Road Ragers

July 17, 2018

Unless you are built like a younger version of Arnold Schwarzenegger or Lou Ferrigno and you ride your bike a lot, you probably don’t stand a chance of fending off would be road rager drivers that may feel invincible behind the wheel of their vehicles, which could in fact weigh up to a few tons….
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CSP Cracking Down on Street Racing in CO Springs

February 6, 2018

Two recent stories about illegal street racing make the movie franchise “Fast and Furious” look more like pirates and killers, than handsome heroes. One of the incidents involved an expectant mother who was driving a Honda Pilot, who was hit by the driver of a blue Chevy Impala. The woman was taken to the hospital,…
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Can CO Dram Shop Laws Help Families of Fatal DUIs?

October 18, 2017

Vehicular homicides are never easy to discuss, especially when it involves a teenage driver who was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and responsible for the death of two elderly women. The young man was sentenced back in March, and he received to 12 years in prison. Now, what appears to be interesting in…
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Will Heightened CSPD Patrols Reduce Car Crashes?

October 18, 2017

Surprisingly, it was a rash of crime rate numbers and a mixture of a shortage of Colorado Springs Police Department (CPSD) patrol officers that were responsible for a recent call to action to staff more CSPD patrols on the streets of Colorado Springs, and not actual car accidents. The beefed-up patrols come amid officer’s complaints…
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Do You Have Enough Car Insurance Coverage?

March 29, 2016

Protect your family.  Do you have enough insurance coverage to protect your family in the event of a serious accident?  There are two major ways an accident can affect you and your family. First, you are involved in a car accident.  You are seriously injured.  The accident is caused by another person.  Unfortunately, we routinely…
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5 Ways Driver Negligence Can Hurt You (Pt. 3)

April 5, 2015

Here’s the conclusion to our blog series entitled, 5 Ways Driver Negligence Can Hurt You. Another Form of Driver Negligence: Reckless Driving In some cases, the driver negligence that leads to severe traffic accidents will come in the form of other motorists simply not complying with traffic laws. For instance, while some drivers may simply…
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5 Ways Driver Negligence Can Hurt You (Pt. 2)

March 31, 2015

Resuming 5 Ways Driver Negligence Can Hurt You (Pt. 1), here, we’ll highlight some more prominent ways in which motorists can be negligent and, in doing so, cause traffic accidents. More Prominent Forms of Driver Negligence 3 – Distracted Driving Likened to carrying the same risks as drunk driving, distracted driving is another prominent form…
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5 Ways Driver Negligence Can Hurt You (Pt. 1)

March 25, 2015

While you may be a careful, experienced and diligent driver, unfortunately, you can’t necessarily say the same about the other motorists who share the road with you. In fact, what may be just as alarming as the thought that the drivers around you may be careless or reckless can be knowing that more than 90…
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Texting and Driving Enforcement to Increase this Weekend, CSP Reports

March 20, 2015

This coming weekend, the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) will be stepping up its enforcement of the laws banning texting and driving by putting more patrols out to specifically look for drivers who may be texting. While these extra troopers will reportedly be stationed throughout the state, CSP has also put up some new roadside signage…
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