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February 2014 Archives

Patricia M. Jarzobski

Colorado boy loses his life in a fatal car accident

Being a responsible driver requires being alert at all times and paying attention to one's surroundings. It also requires a Colorado motorist to obey all of the traffic signals and posted speed limits. If a driver chooses not to drive in accordance with the rules of the road, it is possible that a car accident can happen. In some cases, the accident may be fatal.

Can driving while high cause a car accident?

Many drivers know that driving under the influence of alcohol is a bad idea and is a leading cause of fatal accidents, but what about driving under the influence of drugs? Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, that subject is up for debate. Those who smoke pot will tell you that they are better drivers than those who are drinking. They claim that they drive slower due to the paranoia from smoking so they are not as likely to be the cause of a car accident. However, some studies are showing that this may cause more danger on the road than before.

Colorado skier's fatal accident on a slope is heading to appeals

Skiing is a wonderful pastime where individuals can enjoy the outdoors and get in some exercise. To ensure the safety of all skiers, guidelines have been put in place in Colorado. If these rules are not adhered to properly, a fatal accident may not be far behind.

Car accident stats: Colorado police to blame for many of them?

These days, many people are driving more responsibly and avoiding the dangers of texting while driving. Indeed, a Colorado car accident can happen in a blink of an eye, and drivers cannot afford to take their eyes off the road even for an instant. The same is true for police officers. Law enforcement officials, who have a great deal of technology and computers in their cars (and sometimes drinks and food), have a lot of distractions. They, too, must be careful not to get into an accident due to such distractions.


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