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Another bike related accident has occurred in the Denver area causing the Denver police to hold an immediate press conference to address this new growing epidemic. According to the Examiner, the incident occurred off of 8th Avenue and Wyandot Street when the young cyclist was struck by a car and ended up in the Denver Heath Medical Center where he was treated for his injuries. This past year there were over 250 bike incidents that involved motor vehicles. This number seems to have been on the rise and the Denver police have decided to intervene and figure out a way to prevent these numbers from growing any larger.   Motorists and bikers should be aware of each other and share the road responsibly, according to District 6 Commander Tony Lopez. The Denver Police Department believes that proper education by both parties will help to decrease the number of bicyclist injuries in the Denver area. The police department believes many of these accidents have been caused by the constant construction going on throughout the city.   If you or a loved one has been injured in a Denver bicycle accident then you need a dedicated Denver personal injury lawyer to defend you. The law offices of John Fuller will fight to defend you and get you the compensation that you deserve. Contact 303-597-4500 for your free consultation.  
A 50-year-old Lakewood man was hit by a car while riding his bike to work early one morning. David Pickett was on his way to work as AT&T’s communication specialist when an unidentified vehicle and driver struck and killed the man, according to the Colorado News Leader. The Denver hit and run driver then sped away. Pickett was struck while he was riding along Josephine Street near 46th Avenue. Denver police and David’s family are asking for help in trying to identify the driver of the Denver hit-and-run. The family remains optimistic and hopes to see justice soon.   Denver hit-and-run accidents have unfortunately been on the rise. While there are many reasons a driver may choose to flee the scene of an accident—there is no exception; if you leave the scene of an accident, it is a crime. According to the Colorado Revised Statues, a person can receive a class five felony for hitting a pedestrian and not stopping to offer assistance. A driver could face up to 3 years in prison and pay up to $100,000 dollars in fines.   If you or a loved one has been injured in a Denver hit-and-run accident a Denver personal injury lawyer may be able to assist you. The law offices of John Fuller can help you obtain the compensation you deserve after a devastating Denver hit and run accident. For your FREE CONSULTATION please call us at 303-597-4500.