Traffic throughout Colorado, especially the Front Range, is only getting worse. More cars, more congestion, and more inattentive, distracted drivers ready to cause a crash at any second. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what’s been happening more frequently each year.
Car accidents can be traumatic, life-changing events. Car accidents may have long-term effects on your life, like physical and/or emotional pain and suffering. Injuries after a car accident may prevent you from working and you could be faced with significant hospital bills.
Colorado is an “at-fault” state, meaning whoever is primarily responsible for the accident is legally required to have proper car insurance. Other driver’s insurance policies can be used as a form of compensation for your damages.
If you or someone you know was involved in a car accident in Colorado, the law makes you eligible for financial compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company.
We are experienced car accident lawyers with a history of success. We can help you understand your options and the legal steps you can take following a car accident. You don’t have to—and shouldn’t—deal with this alone.