If you have been injured in Denver in an accident caused by someone else, the fallout of that accident may be devastating. You may be coping with recovering from serious physical injuries, some of which may never heal, dealing with hospital administrators and your insurance company to get medical bills paid, and facing emotional and psychological harm as well. All of these losses can be difficult to overcome – when you need a helping hand to recover the compensation that you deserve, look no further than the Denver personal injury lawyers at the law firm of Robinson & Henry, P.C.
Our Personal Injury Practice Areas
People are injured in dozens of different ways on a regular basis. When that injury is a result of another’s negligence, we want to help you. Some of our personal injury practice areas include:
- Car accidents;
- Medical malpractice;
- Slip and fall accidents;
- Premises liability;
- Truck accidents;
- Motorcycle accidents;
- Bicycle accidents;
- Pedestrian accidents;
- Train and bus accidents; and
- Product liability.
If you have been injured in an accident type that is not listed above, do not hesitate to call us. Our attorneys are highly skilled in all personal injury areas.
Your Right to Recovery After a Personal Injury
When you are injured, you have a right to recover compensation for all your economic and noneconomic losses. This means that you are entitled to financial reparations for your medical expenses and all future expenses related to your injury, your lost wages and benefits, the value of any property lost as a result of the accident (i.e. your vehicle in a car accident), as well as compensation for pain, suffering, emotional anguish, and other intangible losses.
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In order to recover the above, you will have to establish the four elements of a personal injury claim. These include:
- The defendant had a duty to you (in most cases, duty is implied – i.e. the driver of a car has an implied duty to follow the law and drive responsibly);
- The defendant breached their duty in an act of negligence;
- The negligence was the cause of your accident; and
- The accident resulted in actual damages/losses.
It is important that you bring forth your personal injury action within the required time frame in order to ensure that you are not barred from recovering compensation. In Colorado, the statute of limitations in personal injury claims is two years’ time from the date of your accident, found in Colorado Revised Statutes Section 13-80-102.
Contact Our Denver Personal Injury Lawyer Today
When someone else causes you harm, do not wait to contact our aggressive Denver personal injury lawyers. We will work hard to build a case, establish the negligence of the defendant, and negotiate to get you a fair settlement amount. Contact our attorneys of Robinson & Henry, P.C. to schedule your free case consultation by calling (303 )688-0944 now.