General Injury Attorney FAQ

Common questions for people dealing with a personal injury. Our team of personal injury attorneys serves the needs of personal injury victims and families with wrongful death claims in Colorado.

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Dog Bites

What to do following a dog bite. Do you know the owner? Was the dog a stray? Plus other important frequent dog bite questions.

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Motorcycle Accidents

What should you do following a motorcycle accident? Do you need to file a lawsuit? If the accident was only a single motorcycle, can you still get a lawyer? Plus other important frequent motorcycle questions.

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Do I Have a Case?

Our team of personal injury attorneys serves the needs of personal injury victims and families with wrongful death claims in Colorado. In order to have a claim for a personal injury in Colorado you must establish three things: 1. Liability; 2. Damages; 3. Causation.

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What Is My Case Worth?

In placing a value on a personal injury case, our qualified automobile accident and personal injury lawyers look primarily to three things:

  1. Economic damages
  2. Non-economic damages
  3. Physical impairment

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What Are Economic Damages?

Economic damages are best viewed as monetary losses or "out of pocket expenses." Most cases have at least three types of economic damage. Property damage, medical bills, and wage loss.

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What Are Non-Economic Damages?

Most people think of "pain and suffering" as non-economic type damage related to an automobile accident. However, non-economic damages related to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle collision or from other negligence includes much more.

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What Is Physical Impairment?

Unfortunately, the long term effects of a motor vehicle collision can be serious. Car crash victims may suffer from torn ligaments or tendons, broken bones that don't heal, head injuries, and even brain injuries. In wrongful death cases, families will never fully recover.

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Is There a Time Limit on My Case?

Every injury case has what is known as a Statute of Limitation. This is the time frame by which a lawsuit must be filed under the law or the case will be barred and forever lost. In most cases, we are able to resolve the matter through negotiations and by sending what the industry refers to as a "demand letter." 

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