Safer in 2020: Staying Home on NYE to Stay Safe

On NYE 2020, in lieu of sponsoring cab rides home and to help minimize the spread of COVID-19, McDivitt will be donating $25,000 to the Pikes Peak Community Foundation and United Way of Pueblo County’s emergency relief funds. McDivitt Law Firm has sponsored cab rides home on New Year’s Eve…

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McDivitt Attorneys Adapt and Succeed For Their Clients

The COVID-19 pandemic has rattled almost every business and there have been significant changes to how they operate. McDivitt Law Firm has been able to continue to fight for our clients and get them the money they deserve. Although most “in-person” interactions have been minimized, our attorneys and legal teams…

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Get Back Into Safe Driving Habits After COVID-19!

There May Have Been a Decrease in Auto Accidents During COVID-19, But Reckless Driving Was at an All-Time High We can all admit that it was nice to drive on near-barren roads during the government-imposed lockdowns. The problem with these almost-empty expanses of asphalt was that many motorists took the…

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Should I go to the hospital after an accident? I’m worried about contracting COVID-19.

The global coronavirus pandemic has temporarily changed the way we live our lives and has caused new anxieties for many people. Whether it’s a trip to the grocery store or a visit to the dentist, people are starting to weigh the risks of their outings. Many are worried that going…

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Empty Roads are Tempting Drivers to Drive at Unsafe Speeds

As people stay home and off the roads, we are certainly seeing a reduction in car crashes around the country. Another trend, in the opposite direction, is the amount of speeding citations that continue to rise as the roads stay relatively empty. Several states across the country are reporting an…

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