3 Times Dash Cam Evidence Won a Car Accident Claim

June 17, 2021

“He said/she said” is off the table when video footage is presented as evidence in a personal injury case. In today’s blog, we are highlighting 3 instances where video evidence helped solve a motor vehicle accident claim. In 2016, our client “Martha” had a dash cam on as she was driving home in Denver, Colorado…. read more

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Statute of Limitations for Colorado Personal Injury Claims

May 28, 2021

Anytime a person sustains an injury caused by the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity, they would likely be entitled to some sort of compensation for their losses. Often, this means that a victim can recover compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, loss of quality of life damages, property damage… read more

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How Are Personal Injury Settlements Paid Out?

May 25, 2021

Personal injuries can lead to significant setbacks for victims. Unfortunately, anytime a person is injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual or entity, they are likely to sustain significant medical bills. Additionally, injury victims have to endure the pain and suffering caused by the injury, and they are often unable to… read more

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Bicycle Safety in 2021: What You Should Know

May 19, 2021

Whether you choose to hang on to your handlebars or grip your steering wheel on your daily commute it is important to know how bicycle safety is relevant to you. In response to the pandemic this last year, there has been a 121% rise in bike sales since March 2020. Due to this rising number… read more

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The Bicycle Boom of 2020: What It Means for 2021

May 9, 2021

May is Bicycle Safety Month, and the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) encourages bicyclists and drivers alike to share the road, obey traffic laws, and respect each other’s rights. At Fuicelli & Lee, we honor Bicycle Safety Month by sharing current data, safety tips, and encouraging awareness with a bicycle… read more

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Visual Distractions and Why Hindsight is Not Always 20/20

April 30, 2021

Out of the three types of distracted driving, the one that probably comes to your mind first is “Visual.” A visual distraction is described by anything that takes the driver’s eyes off the road. They say “perception is everything” – so what if you lose all perception for a couple seconds while operating a 3,000-pound… read more

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Cognitive Distractions While Driving and Why Daydreaming is So Dangerous

April 23, 2021

We all daydream. Whether it’s thinking about what you need at the grocery store or that vacation you’re taking next month, it’s a part of everyday life. But what does it do to our focus while driving? Unfortunately, cognitive distractions are almost unavoidable these days. With technology being a huge part of our modern society,… read more

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Manual Distractions and the Dangers of Multi-Tasking While Driving

April 19, 2021

Multi-tasking. We all do it. But there is one time you should never try to multi-task: when you are behind the wheel of a car. Your driving instructor probably told you “Keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road!” Thanks to all the many manual distractions we face while driving, that saying… read more

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Finding Civil Justice in Criminal Injustice: Ariel Young

April 17, 2021

On February 4, 2021, at approximately 9 pm, Ariel Young, a 5-year-old Kansas City girl, suffered a severe traumatic brain injury, skull fracture, brain contusions, and subdural hematomas.  Ariel came out of her coma after 11 days and was released from the hospital on April 2.  Sadly, she cannot walk and is on a feeding… read more

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Distracted Driving and The Hidden Dangers of Your Daily Drive

April 9, 2021

With April being distracted driving awareness month, you may be thinking to yourself, “I don’t get distracted while driving…do I?” You might be surprised to find out you do – and you might even engage in multiple types of distraction. Over the next month, we will dive into each of the different types of distracted… read more

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