John R. Fuller P.C.

1736 Race Street
Denver, CO 80206

(303) 597-4500

A Mead woman was injured this morning when her car collided with a school bus. Denver 9News is reporting that the crash happened this morning at about 7:30 a.m. on County Road 7 at Adams Avenue. All sixteen students on the bus and the driver were unhurt. The woman had to be extricated from her car and was taken to the hospital. Her name and condition were not immediately known. According to, There were nearly 6,420,000 auto accidents in the United States in 2005. A staggering 2.9 million people were injured and 42,636 people killed. Roughly 115 people die every day in vehicle crashes in the United States. If you or someone you love is injured in an automobile accident, it is important to contact an experienced Colorado car accident attorney immediately. Call the Denver Injury Law Firm of John R. Fuller today at (303) 597-4500 and receive a free consultation of your case and an explanation of your legal options. Return to our Homepage Bookmark and Share ran a story this morning about a teen driver who was nearly killed while texting and driving. While this young woman’s personal story was rather horrifying, the state wide statistics are even more grim. According to the Colorado State Patrol, figures for cell phone related crashes are on the rise. In 2007 there were 264 suspected cell phone related car accidents, resulting in 16 deaths! In 2008 the number of accidents rose to over 280. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident as the result of someone else texting while driving contact Denver Personal injury Attorney John Fuller today. John has successfully recovered damages for hundreds of car accident clients. You may be able to recover for medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Call 303-597-4500 today for a free consultation. Return to our homepage. Bookmark and Share
A Weld County man has been sentenced to prison for a December crash that killed his friend. The Denver Post is reporting that Bobby Lucero was sentenced to four years in prison for a DUI rollover accident that killed his friend London Burch. Authorities said that Lucero had a blood alcohol level of .177, more than twice the legal limit, when he crashed his Jeep. Burch was partially ejected from the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Weld County District Court Judge Thomas Quammen sentenced Lucero Thursday and said he should have learned from his previous 1994 drinking and driving offense. The U.S. Department of Transportation defines alcohol-related deaths as “fatalities that occur in crashes where at least one driver or non-occupant involved in the crash has a positive Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) value.” According to, between 2000 and 2008 there were 5,703 alcohol related fatalities in the state of Colorado. Unlike the average accident, when an accident includes a driver who was legally impaired during the crash, it is almost always immediately obvious who was negligent at the time of the collision. Typically injuries caused by drunk drivers are severe since drunk drivers often fail to apply their brakes prior to a collision as an unimpaired driver would almost defiantly do. If you have been injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver or a loved one was killed because someone decided to drive while ability impaired, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney experienced in defending victims of drunk driving crashes. Call Denver Personal Injury Attorney John Fuller at (303) 597-4500 today for a free consultation. Return to our Homepage Bookmark and Share
A man accused of striking and killing a 15-year-old pedestrian last week in Colorado Springs was reportedly going 30 m.p.h. above the posted speed limit. According to the Denver Post, Colorado Springs police reported that Eric Ryan was traveling approximately 70 m.p.h. and passing cars when he allegedly hit Ali Aashiq at about 6:50 a.m. on the morning of March 15th. Police say Aashiq was crossing Circle Drive when he was struck. A passing nurse performed first aid but Aashiq died at the scene. The loss of 4,378 lives in pedestrian/motor vehicle crashes in 2008 is an awful statistic. This amounts to close to twelve deaths everyday of the year. According to, there were 69,000 reported pedestrian injuries in 2008, nearly one every 8 minutes. In the state of Colorado alone, 44 pedestrians lost their lives in 2008. Nothing can be more devastating than the loss of a loved one, especially if that death was caused by a negligent, reckless or dangerous action on the part of another person. It is important that you speak to a Colorado wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. If you have a wrongful death case, you can contact Denver Attorney John Fuller for a free initial consultation. When a loved one has been killed, demand the best legal advice. Call 303-597-4500 today to get the help and representation your family deserves. Return to our Homepage. Bookmark and Share