We start a trial in Denver District Court, room 269 (Honorable Shelley Gilman), on Tuesday, February 16th. Anyone is welcome and even encouraged to come watch. This case is quite interesting. It involves a hit and run (and then caught) drunk driver who crashed into our client and her daughter on their way to the movies at Flatiron Crossing in Broomfield. The driver and his Geico-hired insurance defense legal team is hoping to convince the Denver jury that with a blood alcohol of 2.5 times the legal limit, it was my client that, in an effort to make a false claim, intentionally drove her car into the path of the drunk. Yes, it's true. You can't make this stuff up.
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