Bell & Pollock teams up with MADD in Colorado
Bell & Pollock is proud of our partnership with MADD in Colorado. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) educates the public about the dangers of drunk driving, one of the most common causes of car accidents in Colorado.
As part of our partnership with MADD in Colorado, Bell & Pollock serves as the “Victims Sponsor” for an annual walk at Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver every August. The walk is held to increase awareness about drunk driving and to raise money for victims/survivors of drunk driving. In addition to the yearly MADD walk, Bell & Pollock participates in the yearly MADD bowl-a-thon as well as a candlelight vigil. These events support injured victims and raise funds for MADD’s important work. We’re proud of our association with this worthwhile organization and encourage you to learn more about MADD in Colorado.
Approximately 30 percent of fatal auto accidents nationwide every year are caused by drunk drivers, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. That’s more than 9,800 people every year, according to statistics compiled for 2011. Don’t suffer in silence. If you’ve been injured in a drunk driving accident in Colorado, contact Bell & Pollock.
Colorado drunk driving attorneys committed to helping the community
Our attorneys take the time to assess your legal situation and develop a game plan to overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of your financial recovery. We take pride in the work we do on your behalf. We work hard because we know that our efforts today could make a dramatic difference in your quality of life for many years to come.
One call can change your life. Put your trust in us. Call toll free (877) 744-5900 or (303) 795-5900 and schedule an appointment at one of our two conveniently located Colorado offices inGreenwood Village and Steamboat Springs.
We’re ready and eager to tackle whatever tough personal injury issue you’re dealing facing. Your case matters here.
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