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Traffic Violence Report: Sponsored by The O’Sullivan Law Firm

June 20, 2019

I’m proud to announce that my Denver personal injury law firm is sponsoring the newly revised Traffic Violence Report in Streetsblog Denver.

In case you don’t know about Streetsblog, here is their mission:

Streetsblog connects people to information about how to reduce dependence on cars and improve conditions for …

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, …

Dockless Bikes and Scooters in Denver: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

March 11, 2019

I was recently interviewed by Denver’s CBS4 News about dockless bikes and scooters and (in my opinion) I shared lots of helpful information about safety and insurance. But, as these things typically go, the reporters interviewed me for quite a bit, but only one brief quote made it into …

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 …

Why Texting and Driving in Colorado is Still Legal

November 28, 2018

Our own Scott O’Sullivan was interviewed by Westword as part of their ongoing series about Denver traffic. Today, Michael Roberts spoke with Scott about Colorado texting and driving laws: where they are and where they’re going.

Today’s article article begins:

“Despite plenty of evidence that texting while driving is dangerous

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