Most expecting mothers are fiercely protective of their unborn child. They do whatever they can to ensure the baby grows strong, including eating the right foods, restricting their activity and even researching child development.
Beautiful scenery graces the Colorado landscape and draws many new residents to the Denver area each year. There is a mixture of new and experienced drivers taking to the roads daily. Unfortunately, many innocent drivers are hurt in car crashes that leave them in a financial bind and unable to bounce back.
In Colorado, more than 40 car accidents happen every day as a result of distracted driving, most of which involve cellphone use. State law has already banned the use of cellphones while driving for those under the age of 18. Now, some powerful forces are pushing to extend that ban to drivers of all ages.
Now that winter has arrived, Colorado drivers are dealing with snow and ice on the roads. Dangerous driving conditions can lead to vehicle accidents. Even if you drive cautiously when the weather is bad, you may encounter other drivers that are not so careful.
It seems every winter drivers forget how to navigate ice and snow. It's a relearning process and unfortunately the change in weather often comes with car accidents. Why does this happen every year?
The popular ridesharing service Lyft recently debuted its electronic scooters in Denver. This increases the city's population of shareable scooters to 1,050, with more on the way. As if the scooters were not enough, shareable electronic bikes will be available soon.
Many people look forward to the summer months in Colorado. These are months of vacations and road trips, of bike rides and long walks in the sun.
After a car crash, recovering physically from injuries will take priority. Depending on the severity of the injuries, this may require many doctor visits, surgeries and physical therapy. When all the healing is done and the medical bills have piled up, car crash victims may find that recovery is not over yet. Now the focus shifts to financial recovery.
Currently, the same rules apply to bicycles that apply to cars. Like cars, bikes must stop at stop signs and red lights. However, the reality is that bikes are dramatically different than cars. What is safe for one may not be safe for the other.
After suffering an injury in a car accident, people with health insurance often feel lucky that their policy will cover their medical bills. Unfortunately, they often discover that the insurance policy they thought would protect them falls short of addressing all the costs.