David Driscoll and Jeff Rose obtain a policy limits $100,000 recovery of uninsured motorist (“UM”) benefits following an April 3, 2016 incident in which an uninsured driver collided at high speed with the Toyota Avalon of an Aurora woman, causing severe injuries to her. The injured woman’s auto insurer initially certified after the collision that the limit of UM coverage available under the policy was $25,000 per person. In response to legal arguments made by Mr. Driscoll and Mr. Rose, the carrier reformed the policy to provide for a higher UM limit of $100,000. The legal arguments related to the carrier’s inability to produce proof that it had offered in writing, before issuing the policy, higher UM limits to the insured, and that she had declined them.
Less than two months before trial and after eleven months of litigation in the Arapahoe County District Court, David Driscoll and Jeff Rose obtain a $300,000 policy limits settlement for a 60 year old Littleton, CO woman and an $80,000 settlement (still to be approved by a probate court) for her 31 year old disabled son. Both clients were injured in a forceful rear-end auto/truck collision in Centennial, Colorado in July 2013.
David Driscoll and Jeff Rose file a lawsuit in the Boulder County District Court against Safeco Insurance for the wrongful withholding of underinsured motorist benefits from a catastrophically injured Boulder County resident.
On behalf of a Miami, Florida LLC, and pursuant to a contract that requires disputes to be arbitrated, David Driscoll files an arbitration demand at JAMS in Denver against a Colorado corporation and a Nevada corporation seeking to recover a $375,000 debt.
In a complex, 24-party construction defect lawsuit in Arapahoe County District Court related to an Aurora, Colorado multi-family residential development, David Driscoll obtained a favorable settlement for his client, a window and door installer, less than thirty days before a scheduled three week jury trial. In November 2015, the builder made a demand on Mr. Driscoll’s client of $165,000 plus other considerations. The case failed to settle at a December 2015 mediation. In March, the case settled for a payment of only $37,803.99.
Following a two and a half day arbitration hearing in Boulder in a complex case involving competing breach of contract claims, David Driscoll, the arbitrator appointed by the American Arbitration Association, issued an order resolving all claims presented.
David Driscoll and Jeff Rose settle on favorable terms a lawsuit filed in the Boulder County District Court on behalf of a Longmont resident who was rear-ended by a distracted driver. This lawsuit comes just weeks after the lawsuit was filed and the at-fault driver was served through his insurance carrier.