Personal Injury Attorneys in Northglenn, CO

The O’Sullivan Law Firm Serves Northglenn, CO


Like several of Denver’s other suburbs, Northglenn was created as a planned community for families looking for a quieter alternative to living in central Denver. Located north of Thornton in Adams and Weld counties, Northglenn’s population is approaching 40,000, with a greater population density than the city of Denver. The average commute time for people in Northglenn is nearly 30 minutes, which means most of Northglenn’s population spends a lot of time on the road every day. More time in the car equals more accidents on the road. If you’ve been in a car, motorcycle, bicycle, or pedestrian accident in Northglenn, reach out to the O’Sullivan Law Firm as soon as possible so we can advocate for your rights as a victim.

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What is a Contingency Fee?

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.


Car Accidents in Northglenn, CO

In October of 2019, there were two fatal car crashes on I-25 in Northglenn, within three days of one another. Thankfully this was an anomaly, and fatal car accidents in Northglenn are not as common as these back-to-back incidents might make it seem. However, because of the sheer volume of traffic passing through Northglenn on I-25 (if you’ve ever tried to drive north out of Denver toward Fort Collins during rush hour, you’ll know what we mean), non-fatal accidents are still a very real possibility. In the last several years there were two other fatal incidents in Northglenn that were not on I-25. A pedestrian was killed crossing 104th Avenue and a driver was killed and several others injured in a collision on 120th. Both 104th and 120th see significant amounts of traffic exiting and entering the freeway, and pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers should be extra careful driving through Northglenn.