Denver’s Deadliest Intersections


Intersections are prime locations for auto accidents. Drivers who disobey the law, confusion about when and where to turn, rapid lane changes, and sudden stops can all conspire to yield a dangerous and frustrating driving environment. If you’re eager to avoid an accident, then you’d be well-advised to steer clear of these common accident sites or know what to expect when you encounter them.

Who Pays Medical Bills While My Auto Accident Claim Proceeds?


The other driver’s insurance company might quickly pay for your car. But for medical costs, they won’t pre-pay or pay them as they become due even if they admit their driver caused the crash. You have to rely on your auto insurance and your health insurance, not the at-fault driver’s. If you do not have insurance and cannot afford health care, attorneys can usually find medical financing.

The Importance of Keeping a Journal Following an Accident


When you think about journals, you may envision the tiny pink locked books that preteen girls use to record their most treasured thoughts. But journaling isn’t out of the question for adults. In fact, keeping a post-accident journal can help you win your claim, fight back against unfair insurance company tactics, and get addition compensation that you might otherwise not receive.

Colorado Auto Accident FAQ: How Do I Know If I Need an Attorney?


When it comes to protecting your financial and physical health, hiring an attorney is one of the best decisions you can make after an auto accident. If you’re strapped for cash or short on time, you might be hesitant to call a lawyer. The truth is that you don’t always need an attorney after a car accident, but if you run into trouble, it’s better to hire one early in the process. The alternative is to risk making inappropriate legal decisions that could cost you dearly.

School Supplies Give Centennial Elementary Students a Successful Start

David McDivvit delivers school supplies

McDivitt Law Firm provides kindergarteners with supplies and backpacks on their first day of school COLORADO SPRINGS, Co., August 12, 2014 — When the 2014-15 Centennial Elementary kindergarteners returned from lunch on their first day of school today, dinosaur, lady bug and Hello Kitty backpacks were waiting for them, along with all the supplies the… Read more »

Can Cyclists Be at Fault for Colorado Auto Accidents?


Cyclists have little protection when they get into crashes, and they’re far more likely to be injured than motorists. It stands to reason, then, that cyclists might be punished less harshly – or not at all – for accidents involving cars. However, under Colorado law, cyclists and motorists have the exact same rights and responsibilities, so cyclists can be held both civilly and criminally liable for accidents they cause.

America’s Top 10 Perilous Roadways


Pop culture has long exalted America’s love affair with the open road. From movies to music, cars have long been personified as the key to freedom, individuality and adventure. Steppenwolf encouraged you to get your motor runnin’ and head out on the highway, and The Beatles wanted you to drive their car. Chances are, though, they didn’t mean you should do it on the most dangerous roadways in the US.