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Keith Fuicelli and John Lee Named SuperLawyers

November 27, 2019
Keith Fuicelli and John Lee - Denver personal injury attorneys named to SuperLawyersSuperLawyers, an independent organization that rates attorneys across the country in a variety of practice areas, named Keith Fuicelli a SuperLawyer in 2012. Now, partner John Lee has been named to SuperLawyers as well SuperLawyers asks attorneys to nominate others who they have personally witnessed at… Read Full Post
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Announcing Our Third Location and Welcoming Attorney Mr. Tim O’Shea

August 06, 2019
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Pueblo law office of Fuicelli & Lee, P.C.Fuicelli & Lee, P.C. is excited to announce the opening of our third office location and to welcome attorney Mr. Tim O’Shea to our team. Mr. O’Shea is practicing out of our new Pueblo office and extending the reach of our client-oriented firm. Since we started our firm in 2008, we have been committed to providing personalized… Read Full Post

Fuicelli & Lee PC is a Proud Sponsor of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

May 14, 2019
Fuicelli & Lee, PC is a proud sponsor of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, an organization dedicated to the prevention of brain injuries, as well as awareness and education within our communities about these issues. Perhaps most importantly, BIAC provides support to families who are working through the difficulties presented by brain injuries. Over a million people suffer from brain injury each year; many of them are treated and released by emergency rooms, without a full understanding of the nature or extent of their condition. BIAC works hard to help these victims and their families as they work through these serious injuries. At Fuicelli & Lee, PC we believe in advocating… Read Full Post
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I’ve Been in a Car Accident–Frequently Asked Questions

April 30, 2019
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You’ve just been in an auto accident and now you’ve got a ton of questions We have answers for you. Here are some of the most common questions and the answers you need to know: I’ve just been in a car accident! What should I do immediately after? Check to make sure no one is seriously injured (if so, call 911). Call the police and stay… Read Full Post
Category: Car Accidents

Hit-and-Run Accidents: Who Pays the Bills and Getting a Fair Settlement

April 25, 2019
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Recovering damages for medical and vehicle expenses after an accident If you’ve been in a car accident and the at-fault driver has fled the scene, it’s important not to panic. Here are a few tips on what to do at the scene and how to get your bills paid later. Call the police and emergency responders. As with any auto accident, the… Read Full Post

Colorado Road Trips: Ouray, Mesa Verde and Telluride

April 23, 2019
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Make the most of summer vacation with great Colorado road trips Given the nature of our work, we focus a lot on car accidents and driver safety, but we know you want to have some fun behind the wheel as well. So, we’re highlighting several Colorado road trips in our next few blogs to help you bring back the joy of exploring the… Read Full Post

Most Frequent Causes of Car Accidents and How You Can Avoid Them

April 04, 2019
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Here are some of the most common causes of accidents, and a few tips to keep you and your loved ones safe Believe it or not, some car accidents are actually avoidable, especially if you practice defensive driving. Paying attention to traffic around you and keeping distractions to a minimum (such as tucking your cell phone away, putting it into ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode or even turning it off) will make you a much safer and more responsive driver. Still, accidents do happen. Here are some of the most common causes of car wrecks, and what you can do to avoid them: Rear-End Collisions This is usually the result of following too closely or being a distracted driver. Looking down at a text or at… Read Full Post

Living with a Brain Injury: Survivors’ Perspective

March 27, 2019
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What survivors want you to know about living with a brain injury Until you have been injured yourself, or have cared for an injured loved one, you might not fully understand the impact a brain injury can have on a person’s life. Survivors living with a brain injury want to bust some common myths around their condition: Myth #1: I look fine, so I must be healed Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can leave lasting effects on a patient. While many brain injury survivors regain many functions after a few months of rehabilitation, recovery can often take years. Some effects remain with a person for life.   Not always readily visible to others, symptoms can include: Memory problems and… Read Full Post

What to Do with Mystery Medical Bill

March 20, 2019
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What to Do with Mystery Medical Bill If you have received a mystery medical bill from a party you don’t know, read on If you have been injured in an accident, you could receive bills from a number of different parties. If someone you don’t know sends you a mystery medical bill, know what to do. Understand the Source of the Bill After an accident, many parties could potentially take part in your medical care. A bill from an unknown source could be the result of: An ER visit. If paramedics did not have access to your insurance information at the scene of the accident, they would have taken you to the closest emergency facility. If the hospital where you received care does not qualify for… Read Full Post

Social Media in a Personal Injury Settlement

March 13, 2019
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Tips on what to do and what not to do on social media when you’re in personal injury litigation You were in an accident. Naturally, you want to post about it to your friends and family on social media. DON’T. As celebrities and politicians have very publicly found, a single tweet or Facebook post can turn things sideways in an instant. Even if you think your accounts are private and only visible to family and friends, the reality is that there is no true online privacy. An ill-thought Instagram post or reactionary tweet can have significant consequences on your personal injury case. Insurance companies and defense lawyers know that claimants will unthinkingly turn to social media to share… Read Full Post