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Increasing Bicyclist Population Blamed for Spike in Fatalities

Posted in Bicycle Accident,Wrongful Death on May 25, 2013

While the overall number of fatalities in traffic accidents dropped to record levels last year, the number of people killed in bicycle accidents increased.  According to statistics by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2011, there was an increase of 8.7% in bicycle accident fatalities. Investigations into this troubling increase are likely to begin… read more

Research Suggests MRI Can Help Predict Long-Term Outcomes after Brain Injury

Posted in Catastrophic Injury,Traumatic Brain Injury on May 25, 2013

Approximately 1.7 million Americans suffer brain injuries every year, most of them in road accidents, or bicycle accidents.  Approximately 3/4th of these injuries are reported to be mild traumatic brain injuries that are not serious enough to lead to long-term disability, but can have long-term outcomes.  However, doctors find it a challenge to determine if… read more

In-Car Facial Recognition Systems to Detect Motorists’ Accident Risks

Posted in Car Accident on May 25, 2013

The current auto safety technology that we have in cars helps alert motorists when they’re in danger of being involved in an accident.  However, new facial recognition technology that is currently being tested in a prototype vehicle will check the driver’s facial expressions to monitor his potential risk of an accident. The system consists of… read more

What You Should Know About Slipping on Snow and Ice

Posted in Slip and Fall on May 24, 2013

The ground is slippery during Colorado winters, and walking can be hazardous even if the owner of the premises has been reasonably cautious. According to OSHA, 15 percent of all accidental deaths are caused by slipping and falling. Falls are the second most common cause of accidental deaths, after automobile accidents. If you fall on… read more

Male Pedestrians at Higher Risk of Death in Car Accidents

Posted in Car Accident,Wrongful Death on May 24, 2013

Male pedestrians may need to be much more careful while out walking on the streets, than females.  According to new research, males may be at a much higher risk of being killed in accidents while walking, compared to females. The study was conducted by researchers at the West Virginia University School of Public Health, and… read more

Industry Study Indicates an Increase in Distracted Driving and Cell Phone Use

Posted in Car Accident,In the News on May 24, 2013

A new study released by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers suggests that levels of distractions behind the wheel among American motorists are much higher than feared. The study is the first such report released by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, which is the auto industry’s trade association.  The group representsseveral auto companies, and the survey… read more

Study Finds Bicyclists at Risk for Maxillofacial Fractures

Posted in Bicycle Accident,Catastrophic Injury on May 24, 2013

Maxillofacial injuries are injuries to the face or jaw, and are typically caused by heavy physical trauma.  These injuries can cause potential long-term disfigurement, or disability.  A new study finds that young males as well as persons injured in bicycle accidents may be at a higher risk of suffering maxillofacial fractures. The study was conducted… read more

Dog Bite Treatment

Posted in Dog Bite on May 24, 2013

When and When Not to Go to the Doctor Dogs are remarkable animals, possessing keen intelligence and an unparalleled devotion to humans. As wonderful as dogs are, however, at certain times they present a significant danger to people. Dogs bite over 4 million people a year in the United States alone. In the end, they… read more

Can a Card Board Bicycle Helmet Protect Better Than A Conventional Helmet?

Posted in Bicycle Accident on May 24, 2013

An innovative new bicycle helmet design makes use of cardboard in place of the conventional material that makes up the inner lining of a bicycle helmet.  This cardboard helmet design has been found to meet or exceed the standards of European bicycle helmet safety laws.  The helmet will soon be produced in Europe, and will… read more

Wrongful Death on the Ski Slopes of Colorado

Posted in Ski Accident,Wrongful Death on May 24, 2013

Colorado is a favored ski state for people all over the world. Skiers of all levels head to these slopes to experience fun in the snow. Most of the time, skiing is simply fun. A person may stumble a bit and pick up a few bruises, but since skiing is not a contact sport, when… read more


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