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When To Settle vs. Going To Trial

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January 27, 2022

When I am first meeting a victim of a car or motorcycle crash, they often ask about “the trial.” In their minds, they imagine me standing in front of a jury and asking for a big sum of money to cover all of their medical bills, lost wages, pain and …

Motorcycle Accident Statistics: A Study of U.S. Fatal Crashes

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January 24, 2022

Motorcycle riders often describe feeling an unparalleled sense of freedom when they are on their bike. For them, the exhilaration and spontaneity of the ride far outweigh the potential risks and dangers. But when motorcyclists are struck by larger passenger or commercial vehicles, the consequences are often catastrophic for the

7 Things to do After a Bicycle Accident

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January 20, 2022

Bicycle accidents often result in severe injuries for riders in and around the Denver area. If you or somebody you love has sustained a bicycle accident injury caused by the negligence of another driver, there are various steps that you can take immediately following the incident and in the days …

What is Considered Essential Evidence in a Car Accident?

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January 10, 2022

Sustaining an injury or property damage in a vehicle accident is a stressful experience. If your incident was caused by the negligent actions of another driver in Colorado, you may be able to recover compensation for your losses through an insurance settlement or through a Denver personal injury lawsuit against …

Why I Keep My Denver Personal Injury Firm Small

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December 28, 2021

I recently had a conversation with one of my sons about our family business, The O’Sullivan Law Firm. It’s my hope that he grows up and, one day, I can pass this firm on to him. For now, he is interested in the law and that’s all I can ask.

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