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December 2018 Archives

Pedestrian accidents while on vacation

Many people realize that driving a vehicle in a new area can be dangerous, especially if a driver is not familiar with the roads in a certain area or they do not have experience with the laws in a particular country. However, it can even be dangerous to walk while you are on vacation, for different reasons. People who are traveling are frequently tired, and they may also lack familiarity with roadways and the way things work in a particular spot. Some people also like to party while they are on vacation, and this can lead to intoxication and a higher likelihood of being struck by a vehicle.

Understanding the different types of child custody

If you are a parent who is going through a divorce, the topic of child custody is likely to arise. It is a good idea to be prepared for this conversation by having a full understanding of the different types of child custody and a general idea of what type you would like to advocate for.

The dangers of driving while you are too cold

It is pivotal to be mindful of any factor that could make an accident more likely, even if it does not seem likely. People realize the dangers that come with driving after taking certain types of prescription medication or drinking alcohol, but some people fail to realize that it may be dangerous to drive in other instances. For example, someone who is extremely cold may have a more difficult time behind the wheel and this could be dangerous. In many cities across the country, this is especially worrisome during the winter.

Genetics may play a role in divorce risk

It's long been known that the children of divorced parents are more likely to get divorced themselves, but researchers have only recently discovered that this tendency may be inherited. For example, in a study from Virginia Commonwealth University and Lund University in Sweden, researchers set out to investigate the genetic factors behind intergenerational divorce.

Common mistakes people make when warming up their cars

Now that winter is here, many Colorado residents have resorted to using their old tactics to make driving in the cold more bearable. Some let their car warm up for minutes so they can either wait to enter a warm interior or so they can have an easier time scraping off all the snow and ice accumulated on their windshield.

Wrongful death vs. survival action

Having been without being able to seek any sort of recourse can leave one feeling completely hamstrung. Those feelings of powerlessness do not necessarily disappear after the one who has been affected dies. Their family members in Broomfield may continue to feel the need to fight on their behalf. Most might assume that is that desire did prompt them to seek legal action, it would come in the form of a wrongful death lawsuit (due to the one on whose behalf it is brought being dead). Yet the individual circumstances of one's case will determine the resulting action. 

Is full strength beer coming to a grocery store near you?

Beginning January 1, 2019, Colorado will allow full strength beer to be sold at grocery and convenience stores. A law that passed relatively quietly in 2017 allows grocery stores, convenience stores and other establishments to sell alcoholic beverages containing more than 4 percent alcohol by volume.

How to prepare for a divorce

The New Year is a popular time for divorce, and if you and your spouse make the decision to start the process in Colorado you can, and should, start preparing now. Between getting finances in order and preparing emotionally, the more you do ahead of time the easier this already difficult change can be.

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