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When can you sue a ski resort for an injury?

If you're going to be spending time on the ski slopes over the holidays, you hope that you and your family will return home without any broken bones or more severe injuries. What if you don't? Are you responsible for your injuries or are there cases in which you can hold a ski resort or other property liable? The short answer is, "It depends."

Truckers abusing drugs and alcohol at alarming rates

Colorado’s mountain roads and unpredictable weather patterns can make driving difficult for anyone, but the drivers of heavy commercial trucks have an especially difficult job on their hands. The size and weight of today’s semitrucks make them a danger to passenger vehicles even under the best of circumstances, but when truckers abuse drugs or alcohol before getting behind the wheel, they place everyone on the road at risk.

Brain injury treatment changing for kids

There are new guidelines in place to help better diagnose children with brain injuries, according to a Nov. 8 report. Previously, doctors would order rest after a child suffered a concussion, but that's changing today. New guidelines change how children will be treated in the future.

More bicyclists are dying on our roadways than ever

One might expect that with improvements in road safety across the nation and improved bike helmet use bicyclist deaths would have decreased compared to 12 years ago. However, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that the roadways are killing more cyclists in the present than they were in the past.

How to defend against ”dooring accidents” as a bicyclist

Dooring accidents happen when a passenger or driver in a parked automobile opens his or her door without looking to see if the way is clear. If a bicyclist happens to be passing at an inopportune moment, opening a door like this could result in catastrophic and fatal injuries. Regardless of whether the door simply clips the cyclist or causes the cyclist to ride directly into it, you can imagine how terrible an incident like this can be.

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