When someone else’s negligence causes you to suffer severe injuries, call the personal injury lawyers at Dormer Harpring. We can help you pursue the negligent party and get the compensation you need to move forward with your life. Our Highlands Ranch personal injury attorneys care about and fight for the rights of injury victims.
We can provide you with:
The sooner you contact us, the quicker we can start building your personal injury claim. Our contingency fee structure means that you only pay when we secure compensation for you. Call today and discover how a client-centered legal practice works for you.
Insurance adjusters generally want to settle claims quickly and for the least amount of money possible. This is not because insurance adjusters are bad people; instead, they work for insurance companies whose primary goal is to make money for shareholders. It is against your best interests to make any statements to an insurance company, sign any documents, or accept a settlement without having it reviewed by a personal injury attorney.
Our Highlands Ranch personal injury lawyers will ensure you do not sign away compensation you deserve or make statements that hurt your claim.
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Most personal injury claims settle before reaching court or a trial. There are time limits, or statutes of limitations, on personal injury claims in Colorado. Find out how long you have to file your claim by contacting our office today.
The term “personal injury” covers a broad area of civil law. It refers to a range of scenarios, or claims, that arise from injuries caused to one person by another person’s or party’s negligence. The victims in personal injury claims usually seek compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company.
In Colorado, most personal injury lawsuits need filing within two years of the date of injury. However, there are different deadlines for different types of injury claims and negligent parties. It is always prudent to seek the advice of an experienced Highlands Ranch injury lawyer to avoid losing the right to file a lawsuit.
Examples of personal injury claims include:
Determining the value of an injury claim is complicated and often requires experts in the legal, medical, financial, and health and rehabilitation fields. They evaluate a victim’s severity of injuries, the effect on their life, and prognosis for recovery along with future medical needs and costs of living.
Typically, compensation for a personal injury accident includes the following kinds of damages:
Colorado’s current cap on pain and suffering and other non-economic damages in most personal injury cases is $584,210. There is no cap on economic damages with limited exceptions.
The information provided here is non-specific. All personal injury claims are as different as the people and injuries involved. To discuss any specific details of an injury claim and your claim, particularly, call Dormer Harpring. Our Denver personal injury lawyers will schedule your free legal consultation and meet with you at our office or a more convenient location.