If you’ve been injured in a car crash, you’re probably dealing with calls from insurance adjusters, medical treatment that you’ve never needed before, medical bills that need to be paid, or getting appropriately compensated for property damage to your vehicle. No matter what, your life has changed as a result of the collision.
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury caused by the negligence of another person or corporation, or even religious institution, your life is forever changed. Whether you have suffered a fall on negligently-maintained property, medical negligence, wrongful death, sex abuse, or medical malpractice, our attorneys are here to fight for you.
Losing a loved one is the most emotional, devastating experience a person can face. When your loved one’s death was the result of another person’s negligence or misconduct, the situation becomes even more complex and difficult.
Being injured by a doctor, nurse, or any medical professional is the ultimate betrayal. You went to this person for help and trusted them with your life. We have years of experience with claims against doctors, nurses, and hospitals and will fight to have your voice heard above those who think they are untouchable.
Almost 10% of traffic deaths in the U.S. involve large commercial trucks, with 74% percent of the deaths being occupants of the other vehicle. Due to the sheer size of these trucks, it is easy to be severely injured or killed in an accident with one of them.
Denver is known for its number of pedestrians out enjoying the weather, commuting to work, and getting exercise. It’s a wonderful thing to be associated with, but, unfortunately, it also comes with increased risks.
Bicycling and Colorado go hand in hand. Everywhere you go, any time of year, there are bicyclists commuting, enjoying the weather and getting exercise. Unfortunately, this increases the risk of vehicle vs. bicycle accidents. If you’ve been injured in a bicycle accident in Denver, call a top accident attorney today to see what compensation you may be entitled to.
All motor vehicle operators have the responsibility to share the road responsibly with motorcyclists, and exercise care and caution when they are around. In Colorado, there are many motorcyclists out enjoying the views and beautiful weather, but it does come with a risk.