Denver Personal Injury blog

Who Is Liable in a Truck Accident in Colorado?

Posted On June 7, 2022 / By iLawyer / Truck Accidents

Truck accidents can be devastating in the extent of the injuries and damage they cause. A collision involving a large commercial truck, such as an 18-wheeler, can total a smaller car and cause incapacitating injuries to its occupants. If you or a loved one was recently involved in a truck accident in Aurora, you will…

Avoid Denver Truck Accidents with Defensive Driving Techniques

Posted On November 6, 2019 / By iLawyer / Truck Accidents

When navigating roads packed with semi-trucks, it’s necessary to apply caution and defensive driving techniques to ensure your safety. According to the Denver Post, truck crashes are killing more people than they were decade ago. After the infamous devastating and explosive Denver truck accident on I-70 in April, there is no hiding from this troubling reality….

Common Truck Accident Injuries

Posted On April 8, 2016 / By iLawyer / Truck Accidents

Most people have a fear of driving around these vehicles- and rightfully so. Accidents between semi-trucks and passenger vehicles can be fatal. Your best strategy is to drive defensively and pay attention to the road! If, for some reason, you are unable to avoid an accident with a semi truck, what kinds of injuries might you…

Truck Accident Infographic

Posted On April 6, 2016 / By iLawyer / Truck Accidents

There’s something startling about this great truck accident infographic we found from the McDonald Firm in Texas. There’s no two ways about it: our roadways are the scene of far too many tragedies. That’s why we wanted to share this truck accident infographic with you. Yesterday we provided some examples as to why trucking accidents happen…

A Look At Automatic Emergency Braking

Posted On March 22, 2016 / By iLawyer / Car Accidents,Truck Accidents

Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced that more than 99% of U.S. automakers had agreed to introduce a brand new safety feature, automatic emergency braking, to virtually all cars by no later than the 1st of September, 2022.