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Ways to Increase Your Visibility When Riding Your Bicycle in Denver

March 4, 2024

In August 2009, the Title 42 of the Colorado Statute was amended to incorporate the Bicycle Safety Bill. However, every experienced bicycle accident lawyer in Denver would agree that the newly enacted laws have not significantly lowered the number of bicycle accidents. Thus, many cyclists believe that the safety …

5 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney if a Loved One Is Injured

March 3, 2024

Yesterday, I got a call from a long-time friend. She and her husband have been friends of mine for over 15 years. As soon as I got the call, I knew something was wrong. Her husband, my good friend, was in a car crash and was in the hospital. She …

The Most Common Types of Colorado Car Crashes – And How to Avoid Them

March 1, 2024

Car crashes are a leading cause of injury and death worldwide. And because we often call them “accidents,” it can be easy to assume that car crashes are unpredictable, unavoidable impacts that could never be avoided. But that is far from the truth. Most of the car crash cases that …

FAQ: Is UIM Coverage With Your Car Insurance Needed if You Have Health Insurance?

February 22, 2024

Yes. Even if you have excellent health insurance coverage I believe that it is important to have as much Underinsured or Uninsured Motorist Coverage (UIM Coverage) as you can afford. This coverage protects you if the other driver didn’t have any insurance or not enough of it to pay …

Slip and Fall Cases in Colorado

February 13, 2024

Have you been hurt on someone else’s property? It may seem like you have a right to sue them, no matter the circumstances, because you were hurt and they should be held responsible! But slip and fall cases in Colorado can be more complex than they seem. If you suffered …

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