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Staying Safe on a Colorado Bicycle Tour

May 21, 2014

The 20th annual Colorado Bicycle Tour will set out in the Rocky Mountains this June. The weeklong tour covers 394 miles in a loop circuit and visits six Colorado towns while cyclists make their way through some of the best scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. The Colorado Bicycle …

Colorado “Drive High, Get a DUI” PSAs Educate Drivers about DUI Laws

May 14, 2014

Colorado made national headlines when it became the first state to legalize marijuana use in January 2014. While it’s now legal to purchase and consume marijuana in the state, people who do so need to obey all relevant laws regarding its use, or they still risk tickets, fines or even …

Hit-and-Run Alert System Spreads Statewide

May 9, 2014

On March 25, 2014, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the Medina Alert system into law for the entire state of Colorado, extending it beyond the initial coverage areas in the cities of Denver and Aurora. The system, which alerts the public about hit-and-run accidents, is the first of its kind in …

How We Got Maximum Compensation for a DUI Accident Case

May 3, 2014

You won’t believe this story. We recently represented a man who was stopped in his car on 17th Avenue one night and was hit from behind by a drunk driver. But the story doesn’t end there. This driver was so drunk that she tried to flee the scene by backing …

Are Denver Bike Lanes Getting Upgraded?

May 1, 2014

A new bicycle project is bringing some big changes to Denver and to the city’s biking community. PeopleForBikes’ Green Lane Project seeks to help cities build better bike lanes to make cycling safer and to encourage greater use of bikes. The focus of the project is to create protected bike …

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