The Denver Post reports that five people were injured in a head-on collision in Aurora, which resulted in one of the vehicles rolling, and all five people, including three children, being taken to the hospital. Aurora police responded to a call of an accident at Alameda and Havana and found that a woman driving a Ford Explorer with three children in the car had not noticed traffic slowing for a light, and had swerved into oncoming traffic where she drove head-on into a Honda Accord. Head-on collisions can be among the most dangerous on the roads, although in this case none of the people involved sustained life-threatening injury.
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Everyone knows that when driving on the road, car accidents are a possibility, but no one ever really expects to be in one. The majority of the time, car accidents are minor and result in property damage only, or minor injuries. However this is not always the case. Every year, around 500 people are killed in traffic accidents in Colorado alone, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Given the fact that in a head-on collision, the vehicle are driving in opposite directions, the impact is greater than in many other types of accidents, and therefore the potential for severe injury or fatality is great. It is fortunate that in this case, there were no major injuries.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident, your health and the health of your family is the most important thing, and may take most of your attention. However, in order to prevent an accident that was someone else’s fault to become a financial burden, you need an experienced Aurora car accident lawyer to protect your legal rights. Keith Fuicelli is an aggressive car accident lawyer who knows how to work with the system to get you the best possible outcome after your accident. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Keith at Fuicelli and Lee, PC at (303)355-7202 today.
Losing a loved one due to a negligent drunk driver is an extremely painful experience. Yahoo News reported about a tragedy in Las Vegas, leaving a 12 year old girl dead after being hit by a car while trick-or-treating on Halloween. Along with family and friends, the girl went from house to house collecting candy and having fun while dressed as a Native American princess. A reportedly drunk driver struck the innocent girl and sent her to the hospital where it was later determined that she had died. The driver was arrested and is being held in jail with a felony drunk driving charge. The mother of the young girl was devastated that she did not even get the chance to see her daughter one last time. Even though this devastating incident happened in Las Vegas, it easily could have occurred on the streets of Denver as well.
Has a member of your family been killed in an accident due to the negligent driving of others? Contact a Colorado wrongful death attorney today to further discuss your options and legal rights.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Halloween can potentially be a dangerous event for children if the right precautions are not applied. Some tips provided on the CDC site are: wear reflective colors so cars can see the children in the dark. Take along flashlights and always use the sidewalk or assigned cross walks. And avoid trick-or-treating alone, always go in groups if possible.
If you have a family member that was victimized by wrongful death due to a negligent driver and have questions concerning liability, you need to contact the professional services of an experienced Denver wrongful death attorney. Dealing with the death of a loved one is an extremely difficult and confusing time for families and finding a reputable attorney can be frustrating. Keith Fuicelli will commit to your case and has experience dealing with insurance companies to make sure you receive everything you are entitled to. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Keith Fuicelli at (303)355-7208.