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November 16, 2023 Personal Injury

Dog Bite Statistics: By Breed, Fatal Dog Bites, and States With The Highest Fatality Rate

Please note that these are strictly statistics and do not reflect the opinions of the author or staff at Fuicelli & Lee. Across the United States, there are more than 89 million dogs and 4.5 million dog bites that occur each year, and at least half the dog bites are on children. Reach out...
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November 15, 2023 Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Ski Trip Safety: 10 Tips for Safe Travel on Winter Roads

Skiing in Colorado's majestic mountains is a dream come true for winter sports enthusiasts. With its pristine slopes, stunning vistas, and world-class resorts, it's no wonder so many flock to the Centennial State for their ski vacations. Yet, beneath the excitement lies a sobering truth: sudden catastrophic accidents can occur when traveling to and...
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November 10, 2023 Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Driver Responsibility is Paramount on Denver Winter Roads

Colorado's winter landscapes are a vision of natural beauty. The Denver area is a haven for winter enthusiasts and nature lovers. However, underneath it all lies a challenging reality. The same elements that make Colorado scenery breathtaking can also make its roads treacherous and unpredictable. Driver responsibility plays a pivotal role in ensuring safe...
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November 5, 2023 Car Accidents, Personal Injury

I-70 Mountain Express Lane Fines Aim to Enforce Safe Driving

Colorado's I-70 peak period shoulder lanes (PPSL) are designed to ease congestion and enhance road safety during peak travel times. These lanes are typically open for use during specific times of the day when traffic is heaviest, such as rush hours. The lanes that run along the 13-mile corridor between Veterans Memorial Tunnel and...
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November 1, 2023 Car Accidents, Personal Injury

How Might the New Colorado Roundabout Law Affect Liability in Car Accident Claims?

A new Colorado roundabout law, HB-23-1014, requires smaller vehicles to yield to larger ones in roundabout right-of-way situations. The rule went into effect October 1, 2023. There are some details in the new procedure that raise questions about liability in the event of a car accident in a roundabout. The rule may also cause...
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October 12, 2023 Car Accidents, Personal Injury

December Is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

December is a time for holiday cheer and family gatherings, but it also marks National Impaired Driving Prevention Month—a crucial campaign that addresses a significant societal issue. Impaired driving tragically cuts short thousands of lives every year and has severe consequences for countless other individuals, underscoring the need for collective action. This nationwide initiative...
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