If you were injured as a result of another person’s negligence, you have a right to receive compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation, and lost wages under Colorado law. In addition, you may be entitled to compensation for non-economic damages such as emotional distress, decreased quality of life, and pain and suffering.
No matter what type of injury you sustained, Colorado has strict laws in place that hold any negligent parties liable for your injuries. Colorado is an “at fault” state. It is important to determine who the negligent and responsible parties are prior to filing a lawsuit. In some cases, there may be multiple parties responsible for your injuries.
I am experienced in Colorado injury & accident law and will help you determine who the responsible parties are. Then, I will negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf and, if necessary, file suit and take your case to trial to fully vindicate your rights.