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Automobile Collisions Involving Uninsured or Underinsured Drivers

September 23, 2020

Insurance issues inevitably arise after serious car wrecks. In these cases, the negligent driver is ultimately responsible to pay for the damages he or she caused. This includes compensation for medical bills and lost wages in addition to losses such as physical pain, emotional distress, and subsequent inconvenience. What Are Colorado’s Car Insurance Requirements? Colorado… read more

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What Do Insurance Adjusters Look for When Evaluating Your Claim?

August 27, 2020

If you or somebody you care about has been injured by the actions of another person, company, or entity, you should be able to recover compensation for your losses. However, dealing with insurance adjusters in the aftermath of an accident can be incredibly difficult, and it is important to understand what insurance adjusters are looking… read more

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Six Common Bicycle Accident Injuries

July 7, 2020

Cycling is a full body exercise, putting a wide spectrum of the human anatomy at-risk for injury. From scraped knees to traumatic brain injuries, bicycling is a fun but potentially dangerous activity. It is important to follow the rules of the road, keep an eye out for motor vehicles and debris in the road, and… read more

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Top 10 Recommended Bicycle Safety Gear

July 1, 2020

Whether you choose to wear one or not, you probably know that a properly fitted helmet is by far the number one most important piece of safety equipment to protect yourself from injury when out for a bicycle ride.  But what other safety gear is important and why?  We compiled our list of the top… read more

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Sharing the Road: Bicycle Safety

June 29, 2020

In response to COVID-19, gyms and fitness centers across Colorado closed down for several weeks for the safety of their patrons. This left many individuals searching for different ways to keep fit and pursue recreational activities. One area that has been greatly impacted is the demand for home fitness equipment, including children and adult bicycles. … read more

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Rules of the Road: Bicycle Laws in Colorado

June 25, 2020

Colorado cyclists are responsible to follow the same rules and regulations as motor vehicles, which includes yielding to pedestrians, using lights between sunset and sunrise, and obeying all traffic signs and signals. (CRS 42-4-1412) However, there are additional rules that apply to cyclists when riding on public roadways: Cyclists must ride as close to the… read more

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What Are the Signs of a Concussion?

June 3, 2020

If you’ve suffered a blow to the head, you may be wondering whether you have a concussion. In the following video, Keith Fuicelli discusses the common warning signs you should be on the lookout for. Due to the serious long-term complications associated with a brain injury, it is always a good idea to get evaluated… read more

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What Constitutes Wrongful Death?

May 20, 2020

If you’ve lost a loved one due to the negligent actions of another, you may be entitled to recover compensation in a wrongful death lawsuit. In the following video, John Lee discusses the criteria for a valid wrongful death claim. The attorneys at Fuicelli & Lee have witnessed the devastation caused by a wrongful death,… read more

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What Factors Should I Consider When Choosing a Car Accident Lawyer?

May 5, 2020

If you’ve been injured in a car accident caused by the negligence of another driver, choosing the right attorney will be one of the most important decisions you ever have to make. Working with a highly skilled, experienced attorney can play a significant role in maximizing the value of your compensation. In the following video,… read more

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What Happens if I Violate the Stay at Home Order?

April 30, 2020

In Colorado, Governor Jared Polis has rolled out the next phase of the state’s COVID-19 response. This new phase, known as “Safer at Home”, is an attempt to reopen some of those businesses deemed non-essential while maintaining social distancing and limiting the scope of the way businesses can operate. Although statewide Stay at Home order expires… read more

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