1. Motor Vehicle Accidents FAQ

    If you’ve been injured by a motorist, then your life may have taken a complete shift in the blink of an eye. Here at Steve Ray Law, we understand how shocking and devastating an accident can be, which is why we strive to ensure that you are fairly compensated for pain and suffering, any time lost at work, and damages to your vehicle, among other foreseeable expenses and losses. If you’re confu…Read More

  2. Top Causes of Car Accidents and How to Prevent Them

    When you get behind the wheel, you have more to think about than many realize. You may have been driving for a long time and consider yourself equipped to handle whatever comes your way on the road. However, it’s never a bad idea to make sure you’re practicing safe driving every time you get in the car. Car accidents happen, and if you find yourself needing legal representation in Northern Col…Read More

  3. What to Do at the Scene of a Car Accident

    Accidents happen, and even as the most careful driver, you too can be involved. Because car accidents aren’t all that common — one in 645 to be exact — if one does occur, it ’s easy to forget the checklist of what you should and shouldn’t do at the scene, since driver’s education may have been quite a while ago! Steve Ray is a car accident attorney in the Fort Collins area who values t…Read More

  4. What Is the Most Common Motorcycle Injury in Colorado?

    Motorcycle accidents differ from car accidents in many ways. In particular, head and brain injuries frequently occur in motorcycle wrecks. These injuries can have a devastating effect on the injured motorcyclists and their families. A few years ago, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) analyzed data involving motorcycle crash victims who had been treated for trauma over a 10-…Read More

  5. Distracted Driving Accidents in Colorado

    Who doesn’t carry a cell phone today in Colorado? Thanks to those devices, we are more connected to each other than ever before. However, we are also more distracted than ever before when we get behind the wheel. Too many people cannot put down their phones when they drive. Because they are more focused on talking or texting instead of driving, they greatly increase their risk of getting into an…Read More

  6. Do You Know the Signs of a Concussion?

    If you were recently involved in a car accident here in Fort Collins or Northern Colorado, or if you were involved in any other incident in which you experienced a violent blow to your head, you should pay close attention to signs of traumatic brain injury – specifically, a concussion. Many people suffer concussions in accidents. However, because they do not know how to recognize the symptoms, t…Read More

  7. News Stories to Start Your 2017 New Year in Fort Collins

    As a personal injury law firm that is deeply rooted in Fort Collins, Steve Ray Law, PLLC, is excited about what the coming year will bring to our community. In particular, The Coloradoan reports that three major projects are set to be completed by this fall on the Colorado State University campus. These projects promise to enhance life for students, staff and visitors at the school as well as to i…Read More

  8. Steve Ray Law Wishes You a Merry Christmas Holiday

    The attorneys at the offices of Steve Ray Law, PLLC, would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. As an experienced injury law firm based here in Fort Collins, we have seen firsthand how tragic a holiday auto accident can be. We urge your family to be careful this year when navigating heavily trafficked and icy roads. Tips for Safety When Driving This Holiday Season…Read More

  9. Five Things to Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving

    You may have a lot to be thankful for at this time of year. Even if you have experienced a significant loss or other misfortune this year, you can comfort yourself in giving thanks for the things you do have and those you can look forward to in the coming year. Our team of personal injury lawyers at Steve Ray Law of Fort Collins, would like to wish you a happy, safe Thanksgiving holiday and share …Read More

  10. Tips for a Safe Halloween in Fort Collins and Northern Colorado

    We all have fond memories of Halloween and autumn evenings, and we want our children in Fort Collins throughout Northern Colorado to enjoy the same experience. Unfortunately, the risk of accidents and injuries tends to spike on Halloween. SafeKids.org reports that children actually are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on October 31 as on any other day of the year. To help yo…Read More