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Biking in Winter? It’s a (Chilly) Blast!

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December 31, 2020

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As I write this, it’s snowing outside, which is lovely from my vantage point in a cozy warm office. But I’m feeling a bit like a slug because I just saw a winter bike commuter forging ahead through the falling snow down 6th Avenue in Denver. She (he? It

What to Do When You’re Harassed by an Auto Driver

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September 16, 2020

It’s no secret that Colorado’s roads are getting busier. With spring upon us, our neighborhood roads, thoroughfares, and highways are about to be populated with bicycles and motorcycles. While these bikers (of both kinds) can seem like a distraction or impediment when you’re driving your car from A to B, …

Visiting the Hospital During Covid

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June 24, 2020

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The pandemic has impacted us in a lot of ways, mostly making experiences more uncertain and raising a lot of questions. However, if you are injured, or involved in a Denver car accident, then be sure to call 911 and/or get yourself to the ER at the hospital, as …

COVID-19 Message: We are open and taking precautions

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March 18, 2020

At The O’Sullivan Law Firm, we are taking the situation seriously and are doing our part to help slow the spread of this dangerous virus. As you can see our office is located in a historic home in Denver where all our team members and clients are treated like …

Assisted Braking (Video)

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November 26, 2019

Assisted Braking Saves the Day

Assisted braking is a relatively new feature, but it recently saved Scott from being in a terrible car accident in Northern Colorado on I-25.

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:

What I want to talk to you about is the experience I just had coming back from a trip …

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