Car Accident DOs and DON’Ts What to do, and what not to do, after a car accident A crash can leave you confused and overwhelmed, so knowing what to do after a car accident can save you a lot of stress. From fender benders to more serious accidents, there are a number of DOs and DON’Ts. What to avoid after an accident Let’s start with what NOT to do after an accident, because these … Read More
If you have symptoms of a whiplash injury after an accident, you need to understand whiplash insurance coverage As we discussed in last week’s blog, whiplash is not a medical condition. However, it can cause a number of other complications that range from mild to severe, and understanding whiplash insurance coverage helps you access the best treatment for your injuries. How much will insuranc… Read More
If you think you have whiplash after an accident, here’s what you need to know. People commonly experience symptoms of whiplash after an accident, but did you know that whiplash isn’t a medical condition on its own? Rather, it refers to the movement and overextension in your head, neck and spine that can lead to other conditions. Keith Fuicelli discusses what you need to know about wh… Read More
When documenting a car accident, photos are key A car accident is not an everyday occurrence (thank goodness), so many drivers might feel confused about how to document the facts of the event. When documenting a car accident, photographs can help officials better understand what happened during the crash. Even if the accident seems minor, such as a fender bender with no injuries, photos can h… Read More
Your attitudes about road safety could indicate if you are a safe driver If you are like most people, you want to believe you are a safe driver. However, this annual survey of driver attitudes reveals that many people take a more lax view of road safety than they think. “The 2017 Traffic Safety Culture Index reveals that while most drivers desire a greater level of security behind the wheel, … Read More
Distracted driving awareness can help reduce risks In a recent news story out of Denver, police charged a woman with “careless driving causing death” after she hit a cyclist in Douglas County. She told officials she had been distracted by her cell phone ringing. This case of distracted driving illustrates how even a short distraction can lead to tragic consequences on the road. What Is Dist… Read More
Effects to your brain during a car accident Did you know that you can sustain a brain injury even if you never hit your head? Do you know what happens to your brain during a car accident? Many people assume that a concussion or other traumatic brain injury (TBI) only occurs after an impact to the head. In addition, many people assume they are fine as long as they didn’t black out. These assu… Read More
Even if the damage seems minor, call police after a car accident The State of Colorado requires drivers to report all car accidents, either online in to a police officer in person. While you can fulfill your legal responsibility by reporting an accident online, there are several reasons to call police after a car accident. The Colorado DMV outlines the requirements for filing an online report,… Read More
Follow these rules for safe driving in snow to protect yourself and others The Denver area averages 57 inches of snowfall each winter season. Snow and freezing conditions can occur here anytime between September and May, so Denver drivers must be prepared for safe driving in snow. Although a recent analysis showed that rain causes more fatal car accidents than snow nationwide, Colorado is amo… Read More
Fuicelli & Lee, PC Settles Car Accident for $462,500.00
The high settlement was no accident. I watched how hard Keith worked to get us to that point. Because of Keith’s hard work, I am now in a position to concentrate on fixing my pain with continued treatment.
Fuicelli & Lee, PC Negotiates Policy Limit Settlement of $250,000
Mr. Fuicelli is very accessible which is extremely important just in case you have a question or important information to pass along to him. He stays on top of your case with complete dedication and always updates you with information pertinent to your case.