Monthly Archives: July 2013

Our Fort Collins Personal Injury Attorneys Are Here For You

[map id=”map1″ w=”375″ h=”375″ address=”Fort Collins, CO” marker=”no” z=”14″] Fort Collins, Colorado was originally a military outpost for the U.S. Army established in 1864. In 1866, the area got its first school and church, and the following year, the fort was decommissioned. Fort Collins is the fourth largest city in Colorado with a population of… read more

Involved In A Motorcycle Accident In Casper?

[map id=”map1″ w=”375″ h=”375″ address=”Casper, WY” marker=”no” z=”14″] Casper is the second largest city in Wyoming behind Cheyenne. It was established near the former location of Fort Caspar, which was a popular stopover for those migrating west via the Oregon, California and Mormon trails during the mid-1800s. Casper is located in the heart of the… read more

Two People Seriously Injured in I-225 Motorcycle Crash

On June 2, there was a motorcycle accident on I-225, according to 9News in Denver. The accident occurred just after 9 p.m. and slowed traffic to a crawl for an unspecified amount of time. The Colorado State Patrol reported that two people were riding the motorcycle when it collided with an Acura at the intersection… read more

Motorcycle Safety Being Improved Through Technology and Training

Riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating and in today’s economy, and with lower fuel costs, it can be way more cost efficient than driving a car. However, if you do decide to trade-in four wheels for two, make sure you do it responsibly. According to KABC-TV in Los Angeles, an increase in motorcycle popularity has… read more

Stricter DUI Laws In Wyoming To Take Effect July 1

As of July 1, new DUI laws in Wyoming will require drivers suspected of driving under the influence to submit to breath, blood and urine tests, according to K2TV news in Wyoming. DUI arrests in the state have risen dramatically over the years, culminating in 643 arrests last year. However, law enforcement would like the… read more

Pennsylvania Motorcycle Wreck Leaves Man Dead

David Gardner, 64, of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, was the lone fatality of a Bradford County motorcycle accident, according to WNEP 16 news in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Police reported that Gardner was riding along North Street near Wyalusing in Terry Township at around 7:45 p.m., on June 23, when a deer jumped out in front of him,… read more