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December 17, 2018

Marijuana and Car Keys as a Reminder to Drive SoberMarijuana use has been cited as one factor in the increase in fatal car accidents across Colorado. Since its legalization, traffic accidents have increased across the state, though marijuana is only one factor in a handful.

In 2017, there were 139 fatal car accidents involving marijuana in our state. 35 of those, accounting for just over 25%, involved a...

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December 05, 2018

Christmas Tree with Caution TapeAccording to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), more than 86% of Americans decorate their homes for the Holidays each year, many with electric decorations that provide warmth and light during the long nights of December. However, warmth and light can quickly turn into terror and tragedy when defective decorations cause fires.

To help prevent holiday decoration fires, ESFI recommends:

  • Only buying electric decorations...
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November 19, 2018

Winter driving in Colorado poses a number of challenges. Driving cautiously and paying attention is the best way to prevent causing an accident or being the victim of someone else's, but driving carefully around trucks looks a little different than driving carefully around passenger vehicles, making it very important that you understand how to minimize risks for truck accidents when sharing the road with commercial vehicles.

A Semi Truck Driving at Night in the Snow

Slow Your Pace. Increase Your Distance.

When following a semi...

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November 02, 2018

Marking a Ski Accident in Colorado High CountryWhen you or your child sustain an injury on the slopes, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. Things can become even more complicated when an accident was caused by another skier and not conditions under the control of the resort.

A majority of skiing accidents involve a collision between two or more skiers. Because ski resorts and property management cannot always be held responsible for the actions of their customers, seeking compensation beyond...

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October 04, 2018

How many registered motorcycles are there in Colorado?

According to the Statista, there are 190,592 registered motorcycles in the state of Colorado. Many of these are in metro areas like Denver or Fort Collins, but motorcycles are popular on the plains and in the high country as well.

Motorcyclist Crash Attorney | Denver | ColoradoHow many motorcycle accidents occur in Colorado every year?

Thousands of...

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September 11, 2018

Safest Cities in Colorado | Denver Car Accident LawyerAllstate has just released its yearly list of “America’s Best Drivers.” To determine the safest places to drive, Allstate analyzes crash data and insurance claims from the 200 largest cities in the country. The safest city to drive in is Brownsville, Texas. The least safe? Baltimore, Maryland.

For 2018, Denver has improved slightly, coming in 102nd overall. We were 117th for car...

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August 14, 2018

September sees more births than any other month of the year. Tragically, this means it also sees more birth injuries. If your child was injured during labor or delivery, or if undetected complications during your pregnancy have resulted in harm, you may be entitled to significant compensation for medical expenses, continuing care costs, and pain and suffering. We are here to review your case free of charge to help you determine if you have cause to file suit.

Please call Leventhal Sar LLC at 720-667-3030 to schedule your free consultation today. Located in Denver, we serve families struggling with birth injury throughout the Front Range.

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July 03, 2018

Fourth of July Travel Tips | Denver, COAAA estimates 47 million Americans will travel between July 3rd and 8th for the Fourth of July holiday - 39.7 of those by motor vehicle. WIll you be among them? Here are some steps to help you avoid causing or being involved in a car accident:

  • Do not drink and drive. The IIHS reports that...
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June 21, 2018

It’s summertime, and that means more dogs in more places throughout the Metro area. With more dogs around, it’s a good idea to revisit how to safely interact, especially for children. This can help prevent dog bites and the potentially fatal complications that may accompany them.

According to the CDC, you can help prevent dog bites by:

  • Not approaching unfamiliar dogs
  • Never reaching out towards or touching a dog without asking
  • Not running away from or making loud noises around a dog
  • Avoiding dogs that are eating, playing with their pups, or sleeping

The CDC...

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