In an instant, a highway with steadily moving traffic can turn into the scene of a tragic accident. In areas with multiple lanes and numerous vehicles, it is not uncommon for a car crash to involve several of those vehicles. Unfortunately, these incidents can also lead to serious and fatal injuries for those involved.
A 25-year-old Jefferson County man has been charged with vehicular homicide, leaving the scene of an accident and driving under the influence.
When an elderly parent enters the care of a nursing home, you expect that the staff will treat your parent with absolute respect and attention. Elderly men and women rely on nursing home workers for daily aid in cleaning themselves, eating and getting dressed. Further, these individuals rely on the employees to administer medication and observe your parent’s health.
Following the recent trend of U.S. motor vehicle failures, General Motors is recalling over 1 million SUVs and pickup trucks. The problem relates to the power-assisted steering, which is reported to briefly shut down.
Car accidents are events that claim the lives of people every day. No family wants to be the next to learn that their loved one has passed due to such an incident, but there is no way to predict whether it could happen to them. Surviving loved ones who are affected by such incidents may feel the need to take some sort of action, and filing a wrongful death claim is often an option to consider.
A 50-year-old Moffat woman is dead after a two-vehicle accident in Alamosa County. The accident happened on Monday, August 20th around 6:20 p.m.