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Doing The Right Thing: Admit Responsibility for Car Crashes

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August 26, 2021

The Truth Will Out: Admit Responsibility for Car Crashes

By Scott O’Sullivan

I just finished a case that was tragic in many ways, but the thing I found most frustrating was that the driver who caused the car crash maintained his innocence until the very end. Then, when it was

Micromobility In Denver

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August 24, 2021

Micromobility in Denver

I am of the personal opinion that transportation as we know it must and will change rapidly over the next decade. Hopefully faster than that, if my grandkids are going to experience the great outdoors in anything resembling the way that I have. (I refer, of course,

What Survivors of Drunk Driving Injuries Want You to Know

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May 18, 2021

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I’m afraid this article might be rather bleak, but I still need to write it. Right now, I’m working with a survivor of a drunk driving accident – she was the victim – and her situation is very difficult. The accident clearly wasn’t her fault, and the bad guy was …

Why Do Motorcycles Stop on the Side of My Car?

I was recently riding in a friend’s car and we were headed down Washington Avenue in Golden, CO – one of my favorite Denver suburbs – and we came to a stop at a light. Behind us, a motorcyclist pulled to a stop but came slightly to the driver’s side …

Why Were Traffic Fatalities So High in 2020?

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April 29, 2021

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I made some inaccurate assumptions in 2020 when we were all sent into lockdown for the pandemic. Namely: I assumed that serious Denver car accidents would plummet, a statistic I eagerly sought in the news, hoping we would see fewer fatal car crashes. (I may be a Denver personal injury

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