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Colorado’s “Vulnerable Road User” Bill Signed by Governor Polis!

June 7, 2019

Colorado has made some big strides for bicycling in the last few weeks! Probably most exciting was the passage of Senate Bill 19-175, known as the Vulnerable Road User Bill.

As reported in Streetsblog Denver:

When careless drivers severely injure pedestrians, bicyclists, police officers and other vulnerable road users, …

Let’s End Distracted Driving In Colorado!

January 10, 2019

Time is of the Essence

Distracted driving is killing Coloradans. Now there is a bill making its way through the Colorado Senate that could save lives. It’s called the “Use of Electronic Mobile Devices While Driving” Bill (SB19-012) and it is scheduled to be heard by …

New Colorado Legislation Requires Hands-Free Tech While Driving

January 17, 2018

I have written several articles about the perils of distracted driving and, sadly, it feels like our daily news is full of stories about the tragic results of accidents caused by distracted drivers. Many states have banned the use of all mobile devices while driving. Now, finally, Colorado is poised …

A Case Against Restitution After a Denver Car Accident

November 16, 2017

restitution after an accidentFrom time to time in my personal injury law firm in Denver, CO, we are approached by victims of car accidents who want to know about restitution. Typically, we advise car accident victims against taking this action because there are all kinds of ways that they may seek reimbursement in …

Insurance Companies Fight Against Victim Rights

March 3, 2017

The insurance industry is at it again. But this time, they aren’t trying to avoid paying their clients; they are trying take away client rights entirely by creating new laws that benefit the insurance industry, not victims. Auto insurance companies are already notorious for not paying victims of car and …

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