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3 quick tips for teaching kids safe bicycling practices

From those earliest attempts to master balance to taking that first solo trip to a friend’s house, learning to ride a bike is more than just a fun way to get exercise; it is a step toward gaining new independence and new responsibility. While every…

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5 jogging safety tips

Jogging offers many potential health benefits. Some you may expect, such as improved flexibility and weight loss. Others may surprise you, such as improved mental health and an immune system boost.  Despite the potential benefits, however, there are also risks involved with jogging. You could get…

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Steps to take in the aftermath of a bike accident

When you go for a bike ride, there is always the chance that you will get into an injurious crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that in the U.S. in 2018, 857 bicyclists died in traffic accidents. Knowing what to do if you get into…

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Our Endorsements of the 2020 City and County of Denver Ballot Measures!

A little while ago we released our Annual Ballot Measure Guide for Colorado Ballot Measures. If you have not seen it, you can find it here: https://www.cghlawfirm.com/blog/2020/09/our-endorsements-for-the-2020-colorado-constitutional-amendments-and-ballot-measures/  But we also know that many of our readers live in the City and County of Denver, so we…

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Our Endorsements for the 2020 Colorado Constitutional Amendments and Ballot Measures!

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last year, you know that we are right in the middle of election season. And you know what that means—it’s time for CGH’S Annual Ballot Measure Guide! At CGH, we intend to spend our careers…

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3 safety innovations and increased protection for cyclists

You may ride your bicycle purely for fun and relaxation. On the other hand, like many people in Colorado, you might use your bike as a major form of transportation.  The more often you ride, the more risk you take. Here are three unique innovations…

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Who has responsibility in a rideshare accident?

As rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft offer a transportation alternative, passengers may be unsure where to turn after an accident in a rideshare vehicle. If you experienced injuries, do you file a claim with the driver’s insurance company, the rideshare app or your own…

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Methods police use to detect drivers under the influence

Before law enforcement arrests a driver for driving under the influence, the officer must have a reason to pull the driver over as well as reason to suspect that the person is under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Police use three main identifiers in…

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Ride-hailing services and safety recalls

When you climb into any vehicle, you have a reasonable expectation of safety. You are trusting that the owner is responsible about keeping the vehicle in good shape.  That may not be the case with many ride-hailing vehicles. A Consumer Reports study found one in…

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4 tips for staying safe on your bike

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that 857 bicyclists died in traffic crashes in 2018, and when you ride your bike, you are the one most likely to sustain serious injuries in a crash involving you and a vehicle. Although bike crashes with a car can…

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What you should expect during a DUI traffic stop

When pulled over by a law enforcement official, it is helpful to know what can happen next. When an officer conducts a traffic stop, for example, he or she cannot request a field sobriety test unless you display signs of intoxication.  An officer has the…

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Will a car accident make your insurance costs increase?

After a car accident, you may worry about the impact on your car insurance. Even if the accident was not your fault, your insurance company may feel differently. It will assign fault and determine the degree to which you were responsible for the incident. This…

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Why seeing a doctor is so important after a car crash

Perhaps you are the victim of a minor vehicle crash. Your nerves take a beating, but you appear to have no physical injuries other than a bruised elbow. Nevertheless, you should see a doctor promptly because you could have underlying injuries. Furthermore, a medical report…

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Get to know Denver bike laws

If you regularly ride a bicycle to work, for exercise or just for fun, you need to know the laws that apply to Denver cyclists. Although bikers should generally follow the same traffic laws that apply to cars, some unique regulations do exist.  Refresh your…

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