Blog Posts in April, 2016

  • 5 Things All Colorado Bicyclists Should Know

    Riding a bicycle is a great way to get around, but it can be dangerous if motorists and bicyclists alike fail to share the road. In fact, 2014 alone saw 720 preventable bicyclist deaths involving motor vehicles. Below are five things that all bicyclists should be aware of: Bicyclists have a duty to follow the rules of the road . Motor vehicles are not the only ones who have to obey traffic signals ...
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  • Klein Frank, P.C. Moving to a New Office Location

    Klein Frank, P.C. is excited to announce that we will be moving to a new office location to accommodate the needs of our growing law firm! Our new office will be open on April 15, 2016 and will be located at: 2505 Walnut Street, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80302 With more attorneys being added to our team, Klein Frank, P.C. has even more resources available to fight for justice on behalf of injured ...
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  • Weld County Truck Accident Leaves One Dead, One Injured

    People must be as cautious driving at night as they are during the day. Even though there are fewer cars on the road in the late evening or early morning hours, vehicle crashes can be just as deadly. Yesterday, in the pre-dawn darkness in Weld County, two semi-trucks collided resulting the death of one driver and injuries to the other driver. The crash happened on the northbound side of US 85 at ...
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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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  • Skiing Safety: What to Do After an Accident

    Snow keeps falling in Colorado, so the ski season has been extended for several more weeks! As people rush to get in their last runs this season, the slopes may get very crowded with the local residents and visitors on vacation enjoying the snow. Remember that there are “rules of the road” for skiers and snowboarders just like there are for driving a car or motorcycle and other sports. Some of ...
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  • Vacationing Family Poisoned by Pesticide

    With summer approaching, many people are planning on taking a well-deserved break from work and school and are heading out on a family vacation. Sometimes it can take years to save for the family vacation you have always dreamed of and the family spends many hours anxiously awaiting the special trip. People are happy to spend their hard earned dollars to get away and relax with those they love ...
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  • Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

    Everyone knows what “baby powder” is and just about everyone has used it. Baby powder keeps children and adults alike, dry and rash-free. It is available in bulk and you can buy it just about anywhere. But be careful – just because you can buy it at the grocery store to treat your child’s diaper rash does not mean that it is safe to use. Talc, the main ingredient that makes up talcum powder, is a ...
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