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Woman Dies on I-25 | Pueblo Personal Injury Lawyer

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

The Cheiftain reported a fatal car accident on I-25. The police released information saying that there was a woman crossing the Northbound highway when she was struck by an SUV. The woman who was hit died on the scene. The report indicated that she traveled 50 yards after being struck by the SUV. The driver of the SUV is expected to not be cited for the accident. The driver reported that she was driving the posted speed when the woman came into her lane. The car’s rear and front windshields were broken along with some damage to the hood. The driver remained on scene to aid police. The fatal car-pedestrian collision slowed northbound traffic for a few hours.

Have you been in a car collision in Pueblo? Contacting a Pueblo personal injury lawyer could help you recover financially from the set backs.

Pueblo Wrongful Death Attorney When a loved one dies because of the negligent actions of someone else, your family is left with mounting bills in addition to grief. Contact a Pueblo wrongful death attorney to discuss your options.

In 2009, according to, there were two pedestrians involved in fatal accidents. This is out of 8 fatal accidents that year. In comparison with Denver who in 2009 had a count of 35 fatal accidents. In 2009, Pueblo had 17% the population of Denver, but 23% of fatal car accidents that Denver did. Relative to the population of these cities Pueblo has a higher rate of fatal car accidents.

Have you lost a loved one to a car-pedestrian collision? Contact a Pueblo personal injury lawyer who will help separate financial burden from your grieving process. Loss of a loved one is not only emotionally straining, but it can become a financial stress. By contacting a dedicated Pueblo personal injury lawyer the financial stress can become more bearable. If you want to find out what you may be entitled to after the loss of your loved one don’t hesitate to call The Pueblo Personal injury Law Office of Mickey W. Smith at (719) 544-0062 for a FREE CONSULTATION. A dedicated, experienced personal injury lawyer is just a phone call away.

Tips for Teen Drivers – Pueblo Personal Injury Attorney

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

According to an article posted by New First 5, more teens die in Colorado from car crashes than any other cause. In 2009, 38 Colorado teens lost their lives in automobile accidents. The Colorado State Patrol (CPS) wants to save as many teens as possible. The State Patrol encourages “parents to have their teens attend the Alive at 25 training or a driver safety course to help them be more knowledgeable about laws and the impact that poor driving choices will have on them.” The CPS offers the falling tips for teen drivers:

  1. Always wear your seatbelt
  2. Observe and obey posted speed limits
  3. Lower speed according to road conditions
  4. Never drink and drive
  5. Avoid distractions (cell phones, IPODs, radios) and pay attention to the road
  6. Know and observe the graduated driver’s license (GDL) laws

The CPS offers the falling tips for parents of teen drivers:

  1. Educate yourself about GDL laws
  2. Have your teen attend a driver safety course (Alive at 25)
  3. Be a good driving example
  4. Emphasize the importance of making great driving choices
  5. Let your teen know you care about them and want to be their partner in the safe driving process

The last thing a Colorado parent wants to hear is that their teen has been involved in a car accident. Imagine the devastation of hearing that your teen was injured or killed in a car crash. In a moment like that a Pueblo personal injury attorney is invaluable. An attorney can clear through all the legalese that insurance companies send your way and help you make sound decisions based on what is best for you and your family. Mickey W. Smith has years of experience working with families who have been devastated by car accidents. For a free review or your case, call his office today at (719) 544 0062.

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Three-year-old Struck and Killed – Pueblo Personal Injury Attorney

Friday, August 20th, 2010

A three-year-old Pueblo boy was killed Thursday afternoon when he was struck by a truck. According to the Denver Post, the incident happened about 2 p.m. at the Pueblo Power Wash. The three-year-old was playing with a five-year-old near the vacuum in front of a carwash bay. A man pulled his truck into the bay striking the three-year-old. The driver of the truck said that he saw the older boy but did not see the younger boy. The child was rushed to the hospital but died a short time later.

The loss of 4,378 lives in pedestrian/motor vehicle crashes in 2008 is an awful statistic. That amounts to twelve deaths everyday of the year. According to, there were 69,000 reported pedestrian injuries in 2008, nearly one every 8 minutes. In the state of Colorado alone, 44 pedestrians lost their lives.

If someone you love has been injured or killed in an automobile accident, it is important to contact an experienced Pueblo car accident attorney immediately. Compensation may be needed to pay for medical expenses, rehabilitation, lost wages and emotional pain and suffering. No matter what type of accident you were involved in, a Pueblo personal injury attorney can help navigate you through the entire legal process, so you can focus on more important things. Call the Pueblo Personal Injury Law Office of Mickey M. Smith today at (719) 544-0062 for a free consultation.

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3 Killed and 2 Seriously Injured in Rollover Accident – Pueblo Personal Injury Attorney

Monday, August 16th, 2010

3 people were killed and 2 others seriously injured in a rollover accident in Capulin early this morning. The Colorado State Patrol believe drugs and alcohol played a role in the accident and are still trying to sort out the details. According to The Pueblo Chieftain, no one in the truck was wearing a seat belt when it “swerved to avoid an unidentified pedestrian in the road, hit a stone fence, rolled and struck a utility pole and two parked cars before stopping on the porch of a house.” The State Patrol are not sure who was driving at the time and do not know the present conditions of the two female teens who were hospitalized.

According to a statistical report by Alcohol Alert, 202 people were killed in alcohol related crashes in the state of Colorado in 2008. These fatalities accounted for 37% of all car crash deaths in the state that year.

If someone you know has been injured or killed in an automobile accident involving alcohol, you need an experienced and knowledgeable Pueblo Personal Injury Attorney to review your case. An attorney at the offices of Mickey W. Smith can assist you throughout the legal process. Contact us today at (719) 544-0062 for a free consultation and review of your case.

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Fowler Man Leads Troopers on Car Chase – Pueblo Car Accident Attorney

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

A Fowler man has been arrested after leading State Troopers on a car chase. According to a report in The Pueblo Chieftain, the man was suspected of driving under the influence and faces charges including fleeing the scene of an accident, DUI, alluding police, and “disregarding traffic control devices.” After Troopers called off the chase for fear of risking other motorists, the man parked his beat-up truck in the parking lot of the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo, walked into the lobby, and asked for help. The man was taken by ambulance to the Parkview Medical Center for evaluations and then to the Pueblo County Jail.

Nearly half of all car crash fatalities in Colorado over the last decade have involved alcohol. According to, between 2000 and 2008 there were close to 6,000 traffic fatalities in the state and nearly 2,300 of those involved alcohol.

Luckily, no one was injured in the incident above. This of course is not always the case when it comes to car accidents. If you or someone you love has been injured in a Pueblo area automobile accident, it is important to contact an experienced Pueblo Car Accident Attorney immediately. Call the Pueblo injury law firm of Mickey W. Smith today at (719) 544-0062 and receive a free consultation and review of your case.

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A Trinidad Man Faces DUI Charges for Rollover Crash – Pueblo Automobile Accident Attorney

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

The Pueblo Chieftain, has reported that a 20-year-old man from Trinidad “has been charged with driving under the influence and vehicular assault” for his role in a July 22 rollover crash. The Trinidad man was behind the wheel of a car that veered off County Road 71.1. There were two passengers in the car, one who sustained serious bodily injuries. The driver, who was driving with a suspended license and wasn’t wearing a seat-belt, was also seriously injured in the crash.

According to, over 2.9 million people were injured in car accidents in the US in 2005. That is nearly 8000 car accident injuries a day.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a Pueblo area automobile accident, it is important to contact an experienced Pueblo Car Accident Attorney immediately. Call the Pueblo injury law firm of Mickey W. Smith today at (719) 544-0062 and receive a free consultation and review of your case.

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