Two Fatal Colorado Car Accidents Caused by Slippery Roads

As winter rolls into Colorado, drivers should be cautious of slippery roads. Recently, there have been two instances of drivers losing control of their motor vehicles, crashing and dying.

On November 21, a 20 and 18-year-old were driving east in their Mazda on Weld County Road in Weld County. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the road was icy and snow covered. The youths lost control of the Mazda, spun out into the opposite lane of traffic and hit a Ford truck going west.  The Ford driver walked away unharmed; however, the driver and passenger of the Mazda died.

On the same day, two men driving south in a 2010 Freightliner with two trailers attached on Interstate 25 in Trinidad, Colorado crashed and died. The driver was 58 and the passenger 57-years-old. While turning, the driver lost control of one of the trailers which tumbled and sent them crashing into the side of the highway. Both died at a nearby hospital.

I Was Hurt In A Car Accident And It Was Not My Fault. Who Can I Call?

These incidents go to show that both experienced and young drivers are at risk for fatal accidents, due to conditions outside of their control, such as bad weather and adverse road conditions. Drivers should be extra cautious this winter as roads may be icy and snow covered. Our attorneys are trial lawyers first and foremost so we will not simply settle with the liable party’s car insurance. We will fight to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve and bring the perpetrating party to justice.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident due to circumstances outside of your control, contact us to learn more about how our national accident lawyers can help you. To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our car accident attorneys, call our firm today at (866) 377-3800.

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