Car accidents are extremely common in America, and are a leading cause of injury and death. You may think that you can handle the aftermath of an auto accident on your own, but in reality it's a good idea to hire an attorney to be your advocate in order to ensure the best possible outcome.
Without an attorney, you may end up settling for a lot less than you deserve from your insurance company, and if the...Read More
Hot temperatures are the name of the game across Boulder this July. It's the perfect time of year to enjoy swimming with your family at Front Range pools and waterparks. Swimming is a healthy, fun activity that gets you and your children out of the house, and lets you cool off on the summer's hottest days.
As a parent, it's completely rational to be concerned about your child's safety while they're in the pool. The Consumer Product...Read More
Like all states, Colorado has its own traffic regulations related to texting and use of an electronic device while driving:
- Texting, emailing or any other data input/transmission on your device while you are driving is against the law
- Drivers under 18 may not use a cell phone for any purpose while driving
On June 1, 2017, Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law Senate Bill...Read More
Brain injuries range in severity from mild to severe. Depending on the extent and location of the brain injury, there are a variety of symptoms and long-term outcomes that may result. Experienced and compassionate attorney Christopher Jeffress has handled the claims of numerous people who suffered harm to their brains in an accident or incident. He is personally committed to pursuing the best possible outcome for you.
Located in Boulder, Colorado, Mr. Jeffress is proud to serve people from across the region, including Longmont and Broomfield. For a free consultation, please call Jeffress Law, PC,...Read More
The fire burning near Sunshine Canyon and Timber Trail is suspected to have been caused by humans. This is, sadly, unsurprising. The National Parks Services reports that 90% of all wildfires are human caused – often by careless campers, inattentive hikers or, in what seems to be the most flagrant disrespect for...Read More
A new survey from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has found that 22% of CO drivers read texts, emails, or posts on their phones while driving. 15% of respondents admitted to sending messages while operating a vehicle and an alarming 60% admitted to adjusting entertainment options, such as music on their...Read More
CDOT reports that US 34 will remain closed between Loveland and Estes Park through early June of 2017. Construction began in July of 2016 with full road closure taking place in October. Since that time, all traffic to Estes has been redirected to routes including US 36, SH 7 and SH 66, all of which have seen an...Read More
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...Read More