Highlands Ranch, Colorado is rated one of the best places in Colorado to live, and at The O’Sullivan Law Firm we’re proud to work with and represent Highlands Ranch residents. Equidistant from downtown Denver and Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch is a relatively quiet and new suburb, with the very first houses built in the 1980s. Because so many Highlands Ranch residents commute to downtown Denver or to the Denver Tech Center for work, Highlands Ranch is prone to its share of car accidents and traffic jams, especially as the city’s population grows. In fact, between 2015 and 2017, traffic accidents increased at an alarming pace in Highlands Ranch. Were you recently in a Highlands Ranch car crash? Contact us below to see if we can help.
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If you are looking for an attorney to help you after an accident, you should know that there is a distinct difference between personal injury attorneys and other types of lawyers. Personal injury attorneys don’t charge you a dime for anything until after your case is settled. If you have met an attorney who charges you for a consultation or asks you to pay a “signing fee” to handle your case, run the other way!
Personal injury law is one legal specialty that works on a contingency fee, which is simply a fancy way of saying, “free until we win.” You should pay nothing to your personal injury attorney until he or she secures a settlement for you from your case. At that point, your attorney will recoup some costs and receive an agreed-upon percentage of your settlement.
And by the way, it’s free to call me up to discuss your case. I would enjoy the opportunity to hear what you’re facing and to offer my help.
In 2018, Douglas County’s planning commission reviewed public feedback about road safety in Highlands Ranch and other Douglas County cities. Many residents who responded to the survey feel that Douglas County’s roads are unsafe, especially for cyclists and pedestrians. While Highlands Ranch does have some bike lanes and protected bike paths, there was an overwhelming amount of feedback about the dangers that bicyclists face on Highlands Ranch’s streets. Drivers and cyclists alike worry that the lack of shoulders, unpredictable road conditions, and wildlife on the roads make it unsafe to bike or walk. While Coloradans love to drive, we also love to walk, run, and bike around town. And if you are driving in Highlands Ranch, please always look twice for pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycles.