Colorado Springs Personal Injury Blog
The state of Colorado has at least ten unforgettable road trip routes available. That’s according to Matador, the world’s self-proclaimed largest independent traveler network, which boasts 12 million monthly online visitors and contributors.
We at The Bussey Law Firm, P.C., absolutely agree with them. Read the rest »
It’s a final “free” summer for many high school seniors. As graduations roll around the country, we at The Bussey Law Firm, P.C., want to celebrate and encourage students who will continue their education, whether through a university, a two-year college, or a technical school. Education is a necessary pursuit to keep growing as a person, and because we wanted to assist one young scholar with $500 towards post-secondary education, we launched our New Heights Scholarship. Read the rest »
We at The Bussey Law Firm, P.C., enjoy swimming with our families during the hot Colorado summer. (Yes, even lawyers cut loose once in a while.) Who doesn’t? It’s a fun activity for the whole family.
But we want to remind you of the potential dangers at the swimming pool. Read the rest »
The insurers that represent commercial trucking companies employ seasoned and formidable teams of lawyers, whose job is to diminish their client’s culpability for accidents and reduce the amount of money they pay out. To get the compensation you deserve, you’re going to need an equally experienced and skilled legal team fighting for you. Read the rest »
The fact is, insurance companies do not make money by paying claims fairly. They make money is by paying out as little as they can get away with. To get the compensation you deserve, you’ll need an experienced attorney like Timothy R. Bussey fighting for you, against the insurance companies. Read the rest »
The Bussey Law Firm, P.C., is proud to announce the 2019 New Heights Scholarship program, which will provide a $500 scholarship to one deserving student from anywhere in the United States. As attorneys, the importance of a strong education is deeply ingrained in our personal and professional lives. Our education has provided us with the ability to help hundreds of clients in the Colorado Springs area since our founding. Read the rest »
Did you know that April is National Car Care Month? It makes sense when you think about it, especially in Colorado, where the harsh winters can do a lot of damage to our cars. April is a great time to take your automobile in for a tune-up.
Of course, spring will have its own share of hazards for cars, with slick roads, ice melts, and the potential for rockslides and large potholes. So drive carefully and have your car checked out for any possible wear and tear. Read the rest »
Colorado is one of the most dog-friendly states in the nation. According to Safewise, Colorado was the fifth friendliest state for dogs in 2018. With some of the country’s best outdoor activities and businesses that embrace canines, it’s true that Coloradans love dogs. Read the rest »
Colorado’s rugged landscape makes for beautiful scenery, especially when you take a drive down a mountain pass. Unfortunately, this landscape also creates incredibly dangerous conditions for tractor-trailers. In fact, hundreds of articles detail the locations and conditions of what they call Colorado’s most dangerous roads. Some of these roadways include Pikes Peak Highway, Loveland Pass, and Trail Ridge Road. Read the rest »
Here’s an obvious fact: when a car hits a person, it’s bad for the person.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015, there were 5,376 pedestrians killed in the U.S. Of these deaths, 26% occurred between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Believe it or not, 71% of the total pedestrian fatalities were NOT at intersections. Read the rest »