Yearly Archives: 2021

Home
Blog
2021

A car crash, three common injuries and prompt medical attention

No one expects to be the victim of a vehicle crash, but in Colorado alone, there are some 100,000 traffic accidents every year. Many collisions are minor, but they can still cause significant injury. In fact, car crashes result in three common injuries. Not all…

Read More

What makes these the 5 most dangerous intersections in Denver?

When reflecting on the traffic issues you deal with daily in Denver, there are several basic factors to consider. For instance, over the past eight years, the metro population added 350,000 people, putting additional pressure on the highway infrastructure. Traffic accidents have increased dramatically across the…

Read More

What happens if I am injured in a rideshare accident?

From the beginning of their existence, as you know, riding-sharing services have been controversial. Thankfully, the use of these privately owned vehicles to deliver you to your intended destination is most often safe and uneventful. Uber drivers alone provide about 40 million rides a month.…

Read More

What is the most dangerous road in Colorado?

US Route 550 from central New Mexico through western Colorado has some of the most stunning scenery you will find anywhere in the United States. Only, that’s not the reason people know it as “the $1,000,000 Road.” This familiar name arises because locals saying you…

Read More

Colorado’s traffic woes

Traffic jams and overall challenges in navigating roads throughout the United States cost drivers time and sanity. The longer they last, the more stress drivers feel. Road congestion also has negative financial consequences. According to WalletHub, U.S. drivers “paid” $88 billion in 2019 and lost…

Read More

2021 Annual Ballot Measure Guide

While it is an off year for major elections, there are some important measures on the ballot in Denver and Colorado this year. Which means it is time for CGH’s Annual Ballot Measure Guide! At CGH, we intend to spend our careers fighting for justice.…

Read More

4 common questions about driving and decriminalized mushrooms

In 2019, the city of Denver decriminalized the possession of psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms. While mushrooms are still illegal under federal law, city officials decided to make enforcing that law a low priority. As a result, users rarely have to worry about getting…

Read More

Marijuana and mushroom possession are not crimes in Denver. Driving while high is.

No doubt, you already know that Colorado was one of the first states to fully legalize marijuana for recreational as well as medicinal purposes. Then, in 2019, the city of Denver decriminalized psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms or “shrooms.” These changes have greatly reduced…

Read More

Pedestrian accidents in parking lots

Drivers often let their guard down when they are entering or leaving a parking lot. When they are not operating their vehicles at any considerable speed, they may see an opportunity to take their eyes off of what is in front of them. However, it…

Read More

Avoid these mistakes in your personal injury case

When someone’s negligence leads to an injury, you may need compensation to help you cover medical expenses and lost income. However, you could make a mistake that jeopardizes the outcome of your case. If you are pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, avoid these common missteps. Ignoring…

Read More

Factors that may impact breath test accuracy

A Colorado charge of driving under the influence may lead to serious, potentially life-changing penalties and repercussions. You may have to serve time behind bars and surrender your driver’s license. Your bank account may also take a serious hit if that charge leads to a…

Read More

Why do insurers request blanket medical authorizations?

If you have driven on I-70 just north of Downtown Denver recently, you have undoubtedly encountered shifting traffic patterns. These are likely to become even more confusing over the next couple of years as roadcrews begin construction on eastbound lanes. In 2019, there were 842 fatal…

Read More

3 common injuries after a slip-and-fall accident

Millions of emergency room visits are due to slip-and-fall accidents. Recovery from a slip or fall may lead to disability or death depending on the severity of the accident. Slip-and-fall accidents are especially harmful to older adults.   Preventing slip-and-fall accidents should be a priority both at…

Read More

3 tips for running during bad weather

Whether you are a lifelong runner or have just started, you can reap many benefits from a consistent routine. Risks such as slipping and falling or getting hit by a vehicle may deter you from running in bad weather. However, there are ways to increase…

Read More

Who is responsible for an accident in a condo or apartment building?

Traditionally, property owners are one of the most common defendants in premises liability cases. If a property owner’s negligence caused an accident, he or she may be legally at fault for the accident victim’s injuries. In a condo or apartment building, however, other parties may…

Read More

5 safety tips for pedestrians in Colorado

The natural beauty of Colorado gives people a good reason to get outside and exercise. The summer weather means more people are out walking, jogging, biking an otherwise enjoying the outdoors. If you are one of these people, your safety is vital to keeping you…

Read More

How a pre-existing injury may impact your personal injury claim

Colorado law entitles anyone injured because of the negligence of another party to receive compensation for their injuries and other damages. However, if you have a pre-existing injury, you may have more difficulty proving that your damages resulted from the actions of the at-fault party. …

Read More

Preventing motorcycle accidents: What you need to know

The freedom of the open road and the thrill of the wind in your hair are two of the most common reasons why people ride motorcycles. Although it is a great pastime, it is essential to be safe while you are riding. The motorcycle accident…

Read More

MLB All-Star Game poses car accident risks

Accidents can strike at any time, as many who have been injured during recreational events can attest. For those attending the upcoming MLB All-Star Game at Coors Field, the risk of suffering injuries due to distracted drivers and other dangers is worth considering. Two major reasons…

Read More

Tourists may find heightened DUI enforcement during big MLB game

If you are planning a trip to the Mile High City for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game on July 13, you are in for a real treat. After all, not only is Coors Field one of the more beautiful ballparks in the country, but Denver…

Read More

What to do after a bicycle accident

Bicycles are a great alternative to motor vehicles. Just like any type of transportation, there are issues that can impact rider safety and lead to crashes. Not all bicycle crashes are accidents, nor do they always lead to serious injuries. Yet, it is extremely important…

Read More

Insurance questions for ride-hailing drivers: Who is responsible?

Being a ride-hailing driver may seem simple. You pick up people and drop them off at their destination. Things become more complex when you suffer an injury while driving for a ride-hailing company. Insurance should cover the damages, but which insurance is responsible? There are…

Read More

3 cycling injuries you can prevent and one you must try to avoid

With its scenic vistas and miles of paved paths, Colorado is a paradise for bicycle enthusiasts. However, cycling comes with certain aches and pains as well as the potential for serious injury. Here are three ways to prevent common complaints and one caution concerning a…

Read More

3 tips for helping your teenager stay safe driving

After your teenage driver gets a driver’s license, they may want to drive independently as much as possible. This new licensure gives them freedom, but you may have concerns about the risk of a car accident. Car accidents are the leading cause of fatalities for teenagers…

Read More

3 leading causes of pedestrian strikes

Walking should not result in an injury, yet pedestrians get struck by vehicles every day. Why do these accidents occur so frequently? Pedestrians need to stay on guard when crossing any Denver street. Even though drivers must look out for walkers, it does not always…

Read More

3 actions to remember during a DUI stop

There are many reasons why police pull people over every day. While you may actively avoid any driving actions that may lead to a traffic stop, it is not always easy or possible to avoid it. The main concern going through your mind is likely…

Read More

What is inattentional blindness?

Car accidents, unfortunately, cause many deaths each year, including an increasing number of pedestrian deaths. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association’s recent data, in 2019, motor vehicle accidents killed more than 6,500 pedestrians. This data represents the highest number of pedestrian deaths in over 30 years.  No…

Read More

Monitor these injuries after a car accident

After a car accident, you might not notice the full extent of your injuries until a few days or weeks later. As your first step after you sustain injuries in a collision, you should seek medical attention.  With the help of your physician who will treat…

Read More

Call An Accident Attorney At Cheney Galluzzi & Howard Today!

We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and answer your questions. Call us at

© 2022 Cheney Galluzzi & Howard, LLC | All rights reserved.

Disclaimer | Site Map | Privacy Policy

Digital Marketing By rize-logo