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With the rise of people moving to Colorado Springs over the last few years, there is no doubt that our traffic has gotten much worse, especially on the main roads like Powers, Academy, I-25 and Highway 24. More traffic means more congestion and that turns into a lot of unexpected stopping, quick lane changes, distracted driving and much more. All of these things play a part in creating an environment that is prone to motor vehicle accidents so you should be prepared on what not to say after a car accident.
Rush hour traffic can get very bad very quickly in Colorado and this is where it is best to know alternate routes to get to work without having to take main roads if possible. Check this page each day before you head to work to see if your route is clear so you can avoid heavy traffic where car accidents are very likely to happen.
Crash Fact: El Paso County, CO has about 1,000 traffic accidents per month on average every single month which equates to an average of 12,000 crashes per year and 96% of these crashes are due to bad driver behavior.
In the unfortunate event that you are involved in an accident, contact our top rated Colorado Springs car accident attorneys right away to ensure you take the proper measures and avoid any mistakes after the accident. We will offer advice on what not to say and how to handle the other drivers and then when you can come in to the office, we will help go through the entire accident and see if you may be entitled to damages from the at-fault parties or even a better settlement from your insurance company. Don’t hesitate to reach out, as experienced accident attorneys, you can be sure that you are in good hands and we have 80+ five star reviews to show for it. You can reach us 24/7 at (719) 578-1106 or feel free to stop by our office downtown.
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