Car Accidents

Recent Posts in Car Accidents Category

  • Steps to Take After a Hit & Run Accident

    A car accident is a terrifying enough experience without the additional stress of being abandoned at the scene by the driver who hit you. Unfortunately, hit and run accidents happen all the time – according to Ameriprise, 10 percent of car accidents are classified as hit and run. If you’ve been in an accident and the at-fault driver has fled the scene, remain calm and follow these steps: Call the ...
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  • Why You Need an Attorney After a Car Accident

    After the initial shock of a car accident, a victim is left with a number of thoughts running through their head. “Am I Hurt?” “How am I going to pay for this?” “What do I do now?” Things can understandably become chaotic and you might not be thinking clearly. Because of this, many people unwittingly make mistakes that could end up harming their ability to recover compensation. Even something as ...
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  • Labor Day Weekend Safety: Drunk Driving Accidents

    Labor Day Weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and there are activities galore to help celebrate: Taste of Colorado at Civic Center and the neighborhood barbeque have become the hallmarks of this extended weekend. While those celebrations may often include burgers and beer, Klein Frank, P.C. hopes that your celebration does not end with drinking and driving. Too many people still take to the ...
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  • What to Do After a Distracted Driving Crash

    We have all seen the crazy things that people do while they are driving – apply makeup on their morning commute, reading while driving through town, texting, and driving on the highway more focused on food than the road ahead. Although some of this behavior may not have been illegal in the past, distracted driving is a leading cause of car crashes which leave people seriously injured or worse. ...
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  • 2 Killed in Denver Metro Taxi Crash

    The Colorado sunrise was shattered Sunday morning when a Metro taxi crashed head-on into a Hyundai on Monaco Parkway in Denver and burst into flames. The Metro cab, driven by 27 year old Abdurazaq Bilal who had only been driving with Metro cab since September, was seen driving northbound in the southbound lanes of Monaco Parkway. The police reported that the Metro cab was traveling at a high rate ...
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  • Snowstorms, Negligent Drivers Pose Spring Dangers on the Road

    Spring is here in Colorado and that often brings flowers and snowstorms. A recent storm in the Denver metro area left close to two feet of snow and hazardous roads to travel. A “Vehicle Traction and Chain Law” alert was put into effect in the Denver metro area, just like what is used for mountain driving throughout the winter months. The traction law means your vehicle must be four/all-wheel ...
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  • Beth Klein Named A 21 Leader

    For her work against human trafficking and her work to unite Haitian orphans with their adopted parents in the United States, Beth Morrison Klein has been nominated as one of the 21 Leaders for the 21st Century
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  • Klein Frank Investigates Recent Rash of Deadly RTD Crashes

    There has been a string of deadly crashes in the Denver Metro area involving RTD buses. In three separate incidents, at least four people have died and many other people are left with injuries. Clearly, numerous lives have been forever changed by these crashes. The Regional Transportation District, commonly known as RTD, is a governmental entity. Being a governmental entity usually provides for ...
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  • Texting Ban May Go National

    Today, major automakers expressed support for banning drivers from texting and using hand-held mobile phones while driving. The Alliance of Auto Manufacturers, which encompasses Ford Motor Company, BMW Group, and Chrysler, said in a statement that writing or reading text messages affects a driver's ability to safely operate a vehicle. "Clearly, using a hand-held device to call or text while ...
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  • Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

    Before January 1, 2008, an insurance company could refuse to pay the full coverage under an insured's policy through an "offset" of the amount paid by the at-fault driver's insurance company. Insurance companies were also able to use language in their policies that prevented an insured who had multiple cars and multiple policies to add, or "stack," their own insurance. This meant that seriously ...
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  • Auto - Pedestrian Accidents

    This week, Colorado saw too many pedestrian - automobile accidents on highways. On October 14, 2007, two pedestrians were hit while attempting to walkfrom a wreck on Interstate 25 in Lone Tree.One person in the car got out to inspect the damage and was injured when a second vehicle collided with the stopped vehicle, according to Lone Tree police. One of thepedestrians died today. Last weektwo ...
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