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Traffic Accident Fatalities at 60 Year Low

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September 16, 2010

Not only have Colorado accident deaths decreased, but so have the overall number of traffic accident related deaths nationwide. This is quite an accomplishment considering that traffic accidents have been steadily on the rise from 1950-2008. According to a study recently released by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, in 2009 …

What Coloradans Can Learn from NY Pedestrians Accidents

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September 13, 2010

According to a 50 page study conducted by the New York City Department of Transportation and released by the Bloomberg administration, the streets of NYC are safer for pedestrians than one might think. Despite findings that the elderly and motorcyclists are most likely to be involved in an accident that …

How to Get Proper Motorcycle Insurance

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July 7, 2010

Some Colorado motorcycle riders think that they have “full coverage” with their motorcycle insurance.  Only to learn after an accident that they did not have they right kind insurance coverage and/or not enough of it.  In order for you to have the best motorcycle insurance coverage I would suggest, at …

RTD Strikes Again

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June 10, 2010

On Sunday June 6, 2010 a 76 year old bicycle rider was run down by an RTD bus on the 16th Street Mall.  Bicycles are normally not allowed on the mall except on Sundays and only in the bus lanes.  According to recent reports the bus driver was cited for …

First Tee of Denver Golf Tournament Monday June 7, 2010

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May 20, 2010

As some of you may know I am the Vice President of the Board of Directors for The First Tee of Denver.  I would like to invite you to play in The First Tee of Denver’s Eighth Annual “Triple Play” Golf Tournament on Monday June 7, 2010 at 8:00 A.M.

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