Both pedestrians and bicyclists have rights under the law. One of our experienced personal injury attorneys in Aurora can research both state law and municipal ordinances to advise you of those rights. The at-fault driver may, or may not, have adequate insurance coverage for your medical bills, wage loss, injuries, and other losses. It is important to determine quickly if there is insurance coverage to determine if you qualify for a claim through either through criminal restitution or, in some instances, the appropriate victims' compensation funds.
Contact one of the top personal injury attorneys in Colorado at Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C. for a free case evaluation and consultations. Virtually all personal injury cases can be handled on a percentage or contingent fee basis. That means that we only collect an attorney's fee if we are successful on your behalf in settling your claims or winning at trial.
We offer attentive and personalized service that reflects your needs and answers your questions. For more information about our ability to represent your interests effectively, contact Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C., today at 303-400-8100. Home, evening, telephone, and weekend visits are available.