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6 Brain Injuries You Can Get From a Car Accident

Posted on February 6, 2023 in
Vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries, and it is not uncommon for individuals to sustain life-altering brain injuries as a result of these incidents. However, not every brain injury is exactly alike. Here, we want to discuss six different types of brain injuries individuals can sustain as a...
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Do You Know the Symptoms of a Brain Injury After a Motorcycle Crash?

Posted on September 8, 2021 in
Unfortunately, motorcyclists are much more likely to sustain severe injuries in the event they are involved in a collision. This includes traumatic brain injuries that can significantly affect the victim. Here, we want to discuss the brain injury symptoms that motorcyclists and their family members need to be aware of. Often, the signs and...
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What Are the Long-Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Posted on May 17, 2021 in
Traumatic brain injuries can lead to long-term consequences for victims. These injuries occur in a wide variety of ways. Some of the most common causes of traumatic brain injuries in Colorado include vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, workplace accidents, skiing or snowmobiling accidents, hiking or rock climbing accidents, and more. In many cases, these injuries...
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10 Things You Should Know BEFORE You Get in a Car Accident

It can happen in the blink of an eye. Do you know what to do when the worst happens and you are involved in a car accident?  It’s not something that most people think about―because most people don’t think it will ever happen to them. But the statistics say otherwise. In 2012, the National...
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The Bendinelli Law Firm Scores Another Trial Victory Against an Insurance Company

Recently Marco Bendinelli and the Bendinelli Law Firm, PC attained of trial verdict awarding our client a total of $227,000 (not including costs and interest fees). This case is the perfect example of why it is so important that you hire an experienced trial lawyer. While you may think your case is small and...
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General Motors Ignition Switch Recalls Escalate

The General Motors recall controversy continues as one of the largest car manufacturers in the United States issues yet another recall and faces a Congressional investigation. GM's recall total now stands at a startling 4.8 million vehicles so far. The current recall, which began with roughly 800,000 vehicles back in February 2014, has now...
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Another Drunk Driver Tragedy Hits Denver

In the early morning hours earlier this week, a suspected drunk driver ran a red light, broadsided and killed 17-year old Juan Carlos Domiguez-Palomino. While the police continue to investigate this crime, lawmakers are working to keep drunk drivers off Colorado roadways. Rep. Polly Lawrence, R-Douglas County, is crafting a bill that would require...
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Please Celebrate Safely and Responsibly.

Get your green on-but remember- Drink & Don't Drive while you're celebrating St. Patrick's Day in the Denver Metro area this weekend. According to a press release from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), law enforcement will begin their Drink & Don't Drive crackdown on DUI's on Colorado roadways, with the Heat is On...
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All Ends Well in Denver High Speed Chase – But Who Pays for Damages?

The good news is that there has been a somewhat happy ending after this morning's dramatic high speed chase that included a kidnapping and 3 car-jackings covering nearly 100 miles. 4-year old Allen Chavarria-Rodriquez was found safe and the suspect, Ryan Stone was apprehended in Douglas County after a two hour chase. Law enforcement...
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Understanding Your Auto Insurance Policy

Nobody ever wakes up and says, "I think I'll get into a car accident today!" Yet that's exactly what happened when a band of heavy snow moved through South Denver recently. Drivers on northbound I-25 were not prepared and in just a 2-mile stretch of the highway, 104 vehicles were involved in a massive...
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