Mark A. Simon: Denver Personal Injury & Workers' Comp Attorney


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Mr. Simon meets with each of the firm’s clients at the beginning of every case, and formulates objectives and a workable plan tailored to the needs of each client. Mark is involved in all important decisions in every case, as well as the day to day details which are so important to the implementation of the plan and achievement of the objectives.

Mr. Simon is with his clients every step of the way through medical treatment and settlement. If the quest for justice requires it, further legal proceedings will be implemented. Mark practices in the Workers’ Compensation Courts, District Court and beyond. Mark will be there with you in every court proceeding. He has taken his client's cases all the way through the Court of Appeals and to the Colorado Supreme Court when necessary. If you would like to read about Mr. Simon’s appellate highlights, click on the link (past case summaries) below. Mr. Simon is also licensed to practice before Federal Courts up to and including the United States Supreme Court.

The much-discussed, somewhat controversial I 70 construction project has finally begun


October 17, 2018

The much-discussed, somewhat controversial I 70 construction project has finally begun, bringing a series of issues to drivers in the Denver metro area. The project aims to make significant changes to this major thoroughfare, bringing a large section of the road below grade and adding toll lanes with the intended purpose of improving traffic flow. Any Denver driver knows how much of a nightmare driving on I 70 can be, as traffic congestion can be beyond stressful. But with this new construction project underway, it’s likely that other nearby roads will eventually deal with increased traffic flow, stressing the importance of safe driving by all drivers.

Simple Tips for Staying Safe on the Road


Keep a safe distance between the driver in front of you. -  While this may be one of the simplest and most obvious pieces of advice, it can often be ignored during peak traffic times, as drivers are impatient to get home after a long day of work. Avoid the urge to tail closely behind the driver in front of you and maintain an adequate distance to provide for unforeseen sudden stops. Allowing for a larger margin of error while driving can dramatically reduce the possibility of rear ending the car in front of you.

Avoid distractions. - In 2018, the sight of distracted drivers is becoming a much more common occurrence, as cell phones often occupy a person’s attention as much, if not more than the car in front of them. This dangerous practice is one in a series of distracted habits that every driver should seriously avoid if they care about their safety, as well as the safety of other drivers on the road. If your phone has become a constant source of distraction, consider leaving it in a place that is inaccessible while driving and let others know that you won’t be able to be reached while on the road.

Plan your route based on current detours. - We’ve all had a detour completely take us off of our planned route, created an immense amount of frustration as well as likely making us late. This can not only be a morning-wrecker, but it can also lead to drivers taking abnormal risks while on the road, which can lead to accidents. With the I 70 construction project eventually creating serious detours, stay up to date on the latest routes and plan ahead to avoid headaches.

It is important to do everything you possibly can to avoid an accident, but sometimes things happen that are out of your control. In these cases, you will want someone to advocate for you every step of the legal process. Because of this, it is important to seek out the services of a qualified auto injury attorney that will fight for your rights every step of the way. Mark A. Simon is someone who will fight tirelessly for your rights and ensure that you receive the highest possible settlement. He will begin the investigation process immediately, ensuring you receive the best representation possible. Contact him at 303-321-4878 to discuss your legal options during a free consultation.
 
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