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Navigating Colorado’s Roads Safely: Avoiding Common Accidents

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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

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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!

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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

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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.

Denver Should Keep Shared and Open Streets

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September 27, 2021

By Scott O’Sullivan

While our shelter-at-home experience in early 2020 was remarkable and difficult on many levels, I think it’s safe to say that we learned a lot about ourselves. (I, for example, discovered that I have a passion for overlanding gear!) We also learned new ways of doing

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