Helping Colorado’s accident
victims for over 25 years.


eNewsletter: June 2016

May 27, 2016

ExplorerWreckedWhat Happens When Your Car Gets Smacked but Not Totaled?

When you are in a car accident, your first thought is safety. Was anyone hurt? After that moment, when hopefully you learn that everyone is fine, your next thought is, “My car!”

We often help our clients wade through the …

eNewsletter: May 2016

April 29, 2016

HospitalBillingSmall_0516Hospital Shenanigans: Know Your Rights

Read the full story previously posted on our blog:


Great Denver Nonprofit Organizations and Philanthropists

Serving Those Who Served

VOAOver the last decade our country has made incredible strides in ensuring there are an abundance of resources dedicated to supporting veterans. Unfortunately, abundance does …

eNewsletter: April 2016

March 29, 2016

Sturgis Getaway GiveawaySturgis Getaway Giveaway Benefitting BikerDown

We’re at it again! Last year, BikerDown and the O’Sullivan Law Firm gave away a 2014 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide FXDWG. This year, we’re sending one lucky winner and a friend to the famous Sturgis Motorcycle Rally!

This year’s Sturgis event, held August …

eNewsletter: March 2016

March 3, 2016

Give back to the community: The First Tee of Denver

The First Tee: Giving Back to the Community

My wife, Liz, and I have been very blessed. We have two fantastic sons, we live in a gorgeous state, I have a thriving Colorado accident attorney law firm, and we have loyal and loving friends and family. When we count our …

eNewsletter: February 2016

January 28, 2016


Teen Drivers: Extra Laws to Protect Them and Others

By Scott O’Sullivan, O’Sullivan Law Firm

I’ve been writing about teen drivers lately because I keep hearing from friends and clients that they are grateful for the information.

Here are the topics I’ve already covered:

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