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November 2015 Archives

Safer driving through technology and driver behavior

The roads can be made safer for Colorado drivers both through changing driver behavior and improving safety technology. Driving a car is still one of the most dangerous activities most people engage in. In 2013, there were 32,719 fatalities related to motor vehicle accidents. There were 1.09 deaths for every 100 million vehicle miles driven.

Judge rules GM can be sued for faulty ignition switches

Colorado GM vehicle owners who were affected by faulty GM ignition switches may have the ability to seek punitive damages. However, a judge ruled that the affected individuals would have to prove that the company knew about the faulty ignition switches but attempted to cover the problems up after it emerged from a 2009 bankruptcy.

Mild brain injury symptoms often missed

While most Colorado residents have probably heard about the effects of serious brain injuries, many people don't realize that even a mild concussion can leave a lasting impact. One of the most dangerous things about concussions is that a lot of people who have them don't realize how they have been affected since the head injury occurred.

The dangers of head injuries in cheerleading

Cheerleaders in Colorado and other states might have to fight for their right to be recognized as athletes, but cheerleading requires fit, flexible individuals who are ready to practice frequently and compete in intense environments without the same protective gear football or baseball players use. These athletes forgo things like helmets and padding even though cheerleading can cause concussions, brain injuries and skull fractures.

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