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April 2013 Archives

Patricia M. Jarzobski

Car accident in Colorado Springs may have been alcohol related

The Colorado Springs Police Department now suspects that a driver involved in an accident recently may have been intoxicated at the time. The four car accident happened near Chelton Road on Platte Avenue in the Springs. Several people were injured as a result of the wreck.

Colorado fatal car accident: 1 dead, 4 injured, car ran red light

Colorado police were working to piece together exactly what happened after a recent fatal crash in Denver. The preliminary evidence suggests the deadly car accident occurred after a Buick with three occupants is said to have run a red light. The car then collided with a taxi cab occupied by the driver and a passenger.

Investigation ongoing in fatal car accident

When a serious car crash occurs, the process of investigation begins as soon as emergency responders arrive. Colorado police begin by assessing the scene, and noting the location and orientation of the vehicles involved. Damage to the vehicles and nearby structures is also noted, as is the presence of any skid marks. The authorities use this information, combined with eyewitness testimony and other tools, to determine how a car accident took place and which party was at fault in the matter.

Lawsuit claims midwife caused infant's brain injury

A recently filed lawsuit has many in Colorado and across the nation debating the merits and dangers of home births and the choice to use a midwife to deliver one's child. The case revolves around a couple's claim that the midwife they selected to assist in the birth of their child mishandled the event. The child suffered a severe brain injury at the time of birth; an outcome the lawsuit asserts should, and could have been avoided.

New hope for Colorado brain injury patients

When an individual suffers a serious brain injury, life changes in a number of ways. Depending on the extent of the damage, the brain injury patient may experience loss of function in a range of areas of their life. The injury can take a toll on a Colorado family, as well, due to the need to restructure the family unit to accommodate the patient's unique needs.

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