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January 2019 Archives

Motor vehicle accidents on construction sites

Traffic accidents happen in many ways, from crashes on the freeway involving semis to head-on collisions at intersections. However, some accidents happen on private property or other circumstances that are less common. Moreover, they may be especially likely in certain situations, such as road construction zones and construction sites in general. There are different ways in which motor vehicle accidents can occur on construction sites and it is crucial to be aware of these risks if you are employed in the construction industry.

Angry drivers and car crashes

When a driver is experiencing strong emotions, such as severe depression, they may be more likely to drive erratically or cause an accident. Anger is one emotion which can be very dangerous on the road and many people struggle with road rage from time to time. Aside from road rage, a driver may be angry for any number of reasons and this can significantly increase the chances of something going wrong. If you ever feel angry behind the wheel, it is crucial to be aware of your feelings and focus on road safety. If necessary, you may need to get off the road.

Before you open a restaurant: how to avoid liability and lawsuits

Perhaps you have a special recipe or a unique idea for a restaurant that you know people will love. All you have to do is find the perfect location, purchase the necessary equipment, supplies and decor, and open your doors to the public, right? Actually, there are a number of things you need to take care of first in order to protect your personal finances and your business from litigation. At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we often provide advice to clients on starting a restaurant business.

The risks of e-scooter rentals

Trendy e-scooter rentals appear to be a major hit in Denver, particularly for tourists. But the fun-filled nature of these green-friendly two-wheelers may not have riders thinking about the risks associated with buzzing along busy streets.

Vehicle crashes continue to be leading cause for worker deaths

With 2019 here, we finally get the chance to reflect on how many workers we lost in 2017. As frustrating as it can be to wait for a whole year before these statistics are final, it is necessary so the state can fully investigate these disasters and how we could make our workplaces safer as a result.

How often is alcohol involved in fatal pedestrian accidents?

A pedestrian accident may be the result of a driver surpassing the speed limit, or it could be caused by a pedestrian attempting to dart across the road at night in a dangerous location. Many pedestrian accidents are the result of alcohol consumption, whether a driver is under the influence or a pedestrian is walking around while intoxicated. Moreover, some drivers and pedestrians do not realize just how common this actually is and how many pedestrian lives are lost as the result of intoxication on the road. It is pivotal to be mindful of this issue whether you like to walk or drive.

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