Monthly Archives: December 2017

Could Arizona Legalizing Lane Splitting Help Convince Colorado to Do It Too?

Arizona has become the latest state to take up legislation on the controversial practice of lane splitting. Also known as lane sharing, this maneuver allows motorcyclists to ride in between congested lanes of traffic. So far, California is the only state in the U.S. to allow this maneuver, but does that mean other states like Colorado… read more

Do Prisoners Have the Right to Modern Hepatitis C Treatment?

Weeks ago, we told you about a class action lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The organization accused officials of refusing to provide the latest treatment for hepatitis C to inmates infected by the virus. Accusations flew back and forth about humane treatment versus cost and the inmate’s condition, but now the state’s… read more

Seven Tips You Need to Know About Riding Motorcycles in Colorado

Colorado is a destination for motorcyclists all over the nation and for good reason. Our state’s natural beauty, rich history and spectacular roads makes the region perfect for motorcycling. However, there are a few things you need to know before ripping through Colorado on two wheels. 7 Things Motorcycle Riders Need to Know About Riding… read more

Was This Injury at the Boulder County Jail Preventable?

It was late last year when an inmate at Boulder County Jail undressed, sat down and put his fingers in his eyes. The resulting injuries left the man blind, and his parents furious at the sheriff’s departments. They have since filed a lawsuit accusing Boulder County Sheriff’s Office of neglect. But why do they believe… read more

Are Colorado’s Concussion Laws Working?

Back in 2011, Governor Hickenlooper signed into law the Jake Snakenberg Youth Sports Concussion Act. This law requires that student athletes be removed from the field of play if they show signs or having a concussion. Any athlete removed from play for a concussion must get clearance from a healthcare professional before they can return… read more

Just How Much Distracted Driving Damage Does Pokémon Go Cause?

In July of 2016, a video game was released that would change the way people played with their smartphones. Pokémon Go was an instant sensation, allowing players to catch pocket monsters in augmented reality (AR). This combination of virtual characters and real surroundings delighted millions as they set out on adventures to “collect them all,”… read more