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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 …

Navigating Colorado’s Roads Safely: Avoiding Common Accidents

July 7, 2023

If you were an insomniac and someone told you that there were just a few easy things you could do to get consistent, blissful rest, you would take those steps, right?  So, what if I told you there are a few easy things we could each do to prevent accidents …

Denver’s Vision Zero Plan: A (Struggling) Pathway to Safer Streets

June 9, 2023

Denver has long struggled with traffic safety and high fatality rates. In an effort to tackle this issue head-on, Denver launched its Vision Zero plan in 2017. The ambitious initiative aimed to eliminate traffic fatalities and severe injuries by 2030, emphasizing a comprehensive approach that includes infrastructure improvements, policy changes, …

Colorado Drivers: Share the Road with Bicycles!

May 9, 2023

It’s spring in Colorado! And what a long, cold winter it’s been. I am so eager to get out of my house and hang out outside. I’m not alone, either. From my personal injury office on 6th Avenue, I have seen a significant increase in the number of …

Cyclists – 6 Things to Keep In Mind This Spring

April 13, 2022
  1. Rights to the road: Bikers have the equal, legal right to use all public roads. These are important rights and I defend them every time. That said, due to their vulnerability, bikers need to be very cautious on the road, much more than drivers.
  2. Wear a helmet. Wear a helmet.
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