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Distracted Driving: What you need to know

Posted in Blog on June 29, 2018

Colorado has seen an increase in accidents caused by distracted driving. Distracted driving is defined by the Colorado Department of Transportation as the act of driving while engaged in anything other than driving—texting, looking after passengers, talking on the phone, watching videos, eating, or reading—that takes a driver’s focus away from the road. How common… read more

Self-driving Cars in Colorado: What You Need to Know

Posted in Blog on May 3, 2018

In 2017, Colorado state passed a law allowing autonomous vehicles to be tested on Colorado’s roads. The law requires companies that are developing self-driving cars to check in with the state, letting them know they will begin testing and that their vehicles will be on the roads, but the law does not require actual permission… read more

Does Marijuana Use in Legal States Lead to Higher Car Accident Fatalities?

Posted in Blog on April 16, 2018

Ever since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, law enforcement authorities have been tracking the correlation (and potential causation) between car accidents and use of marijuana, either recreationally or medically. Up until recently, the number of auto accidents occurring in the United States was on the decline for more than nearly ten years. However, that… read more

Is a ski resort responsible for skiing-related injuries on their premises?

Posted in Blog on March 28, 2018

One of the reasons why so many people, whether they’re visitors or residents, are drawn to Colorado is our state’s natural beauty. Skiing and other winter sports attract people from far and wide to Colorado’s peaks and mountains. But what happens when injuries occur at resorts that sell winter sporting experiences like skiing? If you… read more

Zaner Harden Named in University of Florida’s Gator100

Posted in Blog on March 8, 2018

Zaner Harden Law is proud to announce the honor of being named in the University of Florida’s 2018 Gator100 list of fastest-growing UF alumni-owned businesses! This accolade was announced on February 12th during a ceremony at the University of Florida. The Gator100 is a list sponsored by the University of Florida Alumni Association in partnership… read more

Boulder agrees to pay $152,000 to man injured in crash with city vehicle

Posted in Blog on February 26, 2018

Earlier in February, it was reported by Boulder’s Daily Camera that Boulder’s city council unanimously voted to approve a $152,000 settlement to a resident of Boulder who was injured in a crash in 2016 with a vehicle being operated by an employee of the city of Boulder, a utility worker. The injured party, Maxwell Brandel,… read more

A Personal Injury Attorney Could Save You From a Ton of Stress. Here’s How.

Posted in Blog on February 19, 2018

Like millions of others, if you’ve sustained an injury in a car accident in your life, you know that life doesn’t stop to let you recover stress-free. Paperwork, requests from doctors, law enforcement, and insurance companies pile up–  and so do the costs.  No one seems to have all the answers, especially not you; it’s… read more

Woman, 59, Struck and Killed by Vehicle While Crossing Louisville Street

Posted in Accident News on February 9, 2018

Woman Killed in Louisville Pedestrian Crash at 95th Street and Hecla Drive Louisville, Colorado (February 9, 2018) – A 59-year-old woman died Monday morning when she was hit by a vehicle while crossing a street in Louisville, authorities said. The fatal pedestrian accident occurred around 6:50 a.m. at the intersection of 95th Street and Hecla… read more

Main Causes of Trucking Accidents: Why Do They Happen and What You Can Do to Avoid Them

Posted in Blog on January 29, 2018

Let’s face it– we’ve all had a moment where we raced past a semi truck to avoid its presence. Driving alongside a truck on the freeway can be intimidating; it’s enormous, it can move fast, and it seems like it takes up a significant portion of the road. Due to their massive size and weight,… read more

5 Common Colorado Accidents and How To Avoid Them

Posted in Blog on September 22, 2017

With over 70 million visitors each year, the number of Colorado accidents continues to climb. Some are more common (and avoidable) than others, so bringing awareness to the state’s hazards and risk factors helps prevent unnecessary accident injury. It’s our goal to inform tourists and residents alike of the types of day-to-day occurrences that lead… read more