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FAQ: How Much Motorcycle Insurance Should I Purchase? [Video]

July 17, 2012

Video Transcript

Hi, I’m Scott O’Sullivan and this is the first in a video blog series where I answer questions that I get every day in my practice at the O’Sullivan Law Firm, a personal injury law firm in Denver, CO. I encourage you to watch these videos and as …

A Hit and Run Driver Can’t Get Away From Us! [Video]

February 24, 2012

Watch me explain how we tracked down a hit and run driver in a bicycle accident case.

Video Transcript – Denver Hit and Run Bicycle Accident in Capitol Hill

So I want to tell you about a case that we handled involving a bicycle accident case and a car. So …

How Can You Tell If The Driver of the Vehicle In Front Of You Is Drunk?

August 29, 2011

What is the best way to stay out of an accident? Avoid dangerous situations. A drunk driver is a huge road hazard. Too many drunk drivers injure other people by causing a car accident. Lawyers have seen the devastating results of drunk driving. All drivers can protect themselves by knowing

Med Pay: Should You Add it to Your Insurance Policy?

March 24, 2011

Many car insurance policyholders are unknowingly not taking full advantage of their policy. Car insurance can be especially useful if the right features are added for those “just in case” incidents like car accidents that we, as a Denver personal injury lawyer firm, handle everyday. As most experienced personal injury …

60 Years of Traffic Safety Infographic

October 11, 2010

We’ve compiled a timeline of 60 years of traffic safety changes, with an infographic we put together based primarily on the NHTSA 60 year report on car accidents in the US that recently came out.

Traffic Laws Timeline

  • 1950 Seatbelts introduced
  • 1955 Over 1,000,000 traffic-related deaths since invention of the
1 76 77 78

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