An ice storm swept into Northern Colorado on Wednesday night, bringing with it slippery roads, icy sidewalks, and increased danger of serious personal injury.
An ice storm swept into Northern Colorado on Wednesday night, bringing with it slippery roads, icy sidewalks, and increased danger of serious personal injury. Pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers alike now find themselves at risk for ice related accidents – and these accidents are not always easy to collect compensation for, especially if you are dealing directly with insurance.
If you have been injured due to ice or another winter weather related hazard, please call Boulder personal injury attorney Christopher Jeffress at 303-993-8685 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help.
Do Your Part
How can you help prevent accidents caused by icy weather? Stay home. When that’s not possible, be sure to:
- Keep your walkways clear of snow and ice to prevent pedestrian accidents
- Drive slowly and give yourself an extra 20 to 30 minutes to get to your destination
- Give the driver in front of you room, at least a four car length distance between your front bumper and their back
These steps may prove very useful in preventing an accident, but what can you do when someone else fails to be as careful and you are injured as a result? Contact Boulder accident lawyer Christopher Jeffress to find out.
Remember, proving liability in accidents caused by inclement weather is often a very complex proposition. Attorney Jeffress has the experience and resources necessary to ensure all liable parties are identified – and the tenacity necessary to hold those parties accountable and get maximum compensation for victims of serious injury.
If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in an accident in Boulder, Louisville, Longmont, Broomfield, or surrounding Northern Colorado communities, please call our personal injury lawyer at 303-993-8685 to schedule a free consultation and let us help you get the justice you deserve.