Bryan S. VanMeveren is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts of Colorado, Wyoming and Arizona. A former insurance defense litigator specializing in personal injury and bad faith cases, he uses his experience and expertise to obtain just results for victims of negligence. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming and his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Dakota. He served for two years on the Colorado Supreme Court’s standing committee on the Rules of Professional Conduct. He recently completed a six year term on the Eighth Judicial Nominating Commission, which is responsible for the selection of Larimer County District Court Judges.
For the past sixteen years, Mr. VanMeveren has volunteered his time with both Larimer County Pro Bono Intake Services and he serves as a speaker and legal aid for the county’s Domestic Relations Program. He also serves as a representative on the county’s Bench-Bar Committee, aimed at improving professionalism and ethics between attorneys and judges.
When not busy with his law practice, Mr. VanMeveren enjoys spending time with his wife of 27 years and his six children. He also enjoys working in his community. He worked as a volunteer board member and chief legal counsel for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County for five years and continues to serve as legal counsel and as an honorary board member. He also volunteers his time at running events benefitting local charities and coaches basketball at high school and recreational levels.
This book deals with bicycle accidents. Unfortunately, bicycle accidents in Colorado are becoming more and more common. Just this past year, Colorado's population growth doubled national averages. That means more motorists on Colorado roads. Because Colorado is such a scenic place to ride, more cyclists are also on the roadways and more accidents are occurring. Unfortunately, the modern technology continues to create more distractions for motorists within their vehicles, particularly when it comes to cell phone calls and texting. The book explains how VanMeveren Law Group makes bike accident cases a priority.