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Hands-Free Devices for Colorado Drivers

February 4, 2019

Senator Court, Scott O'Sullivan, Laurie Montoya testifying at the Capitol 1/24/19As you may know, I have been working for several years with Colorado Senator Lois Court to pass stricter texting-while-driving laws in Colorado. As these things typically go, we’ve had to tackle this process in small steps, but we are starting to get excited about our chances this year …

Texting While Driving in Colorado: I’m Still Fighting the Good Fight

December 23, 2018

For several years now, I have been working with Colorado Senator Lois Court to make it illegal to text while driving in Colorado. We’ve had our ups and downs in this battle but I believe momentum and public sentiment are behind us as we gear up for another attempt to …

Autonomous Cars in Denver: Are You Worried About Self-Driving Car Accidents?

May 24, 2018

Unless you’ve been under a rock (which may be the safest place to be right now), you’ve heard of autonomous cars. These “vehicles of the future” are fast becoming the vehicles of NOW. It seems like everyone from the Average Joe/Jane to Amazon are thinking about the impact that self-driving …

How to Build a Car Emergency Kit

January 11, 2018

Oh, the weather outside is frightful! I was just looking at and it says we have a couple of storms headed to Denver, which got me thinking about my car emergency kit. And then I realized… I don’t have a car emergency kit! Yes, I’m a Denver personal injury …

Active Safety Systems in a Vehicle Prevents Crashes

September 15, 2017

active safety systemsI don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of car manufacturers and the media reporting about the amazing things that cars might be able to do in the future, from drive me to work to tuck me in at night. Every time I see these stories, I think, …

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