Usually, a property owner will not admit fault, or even that he or she had knowledge of the dangerous condition. Thus, it is important to seek the advice of a qualified personal injury attorney who understands the complexities of premises liability law. Remember – the insurance company has their best interests in mind, not yours.
File an Injury Report Immediately and Talk to Attorney Before Speaking to An Adjuster
The metro Denver personal injury lawyers at Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C., offers free consultations, and nearly always takes cases on a 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. While located in Aurora, Colorado, our personal injury attorneys represent clients throughout the state of Colorado and in both Utah and Wyoming. For more information about our ability to represent your interests effectively, contact Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C., today at 303-400-8100. Home, evening, and weekend visits are available.
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