Car accident injuries can leave victims with physical damage that lasts for years or even a lifetime. When these injuries occur, getting medical care as soon as possible can be crucial to preventing more health problems. And it may even be essential to saving victims’ lives.
At Dormer Harpring, our lawyers understand how profoundly devastating car accident injuries can be. That is why we are here to protect and support survivors by providing them with personal, compassionate service as we help them get onto the path to financial recovery for their personal injuries.
This is one of the most common types of auto accident injuries. Whiplash occurs when the head is quickly jerked forward and then backwards, snapping the neck as a whip would be cracked. In general, whiplash can damage the ligaments, tendons, facet joints, discs, and/or muscles in the neck. It’s associated with the following:
These can include anything from back strains or sprains to disc slips and spinal fractures. Back and spinal cord injuries caused by car crashes are associated with the following:
Car accidents are the number three cause of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the U.S. The head and brain injuries caused by car accidents can range from being minor to severe and are usually associated with the following:
Broken arms, broken legs, and other types of bone fractures are another common type of auto accident injury. Generally, these injuries are associated with the following:
Unique to each victim’s experience, the psychological impacts associated with car accidents can last for years or possibly a lifetime. In general, the mental damage caused by car accidents tends to be more severe when survivors are left with permanent physical injuries, which may affect their career, their quality of life, and/or their ability to live independently.
If you have been injured in a car accident, contact the Denver car accident lawyers at Dormer Harpring for honest answers about your recovery options. You can call us at (303) 747-4404 or email us via the contact form on this page. Our attorneys provide exceptional representation to people throughout Denver County, Adams County, Boulder County, Arapahoe County, Jefferson County, and the state of Colorado.
At Dormer Harpring, we’re committed to representing people from all walks of life, and we know not everyone can afford to pay hourly legal fees up-front. With that in mind, we never charge for a consultation, and we offer contingent fee contracts, meaning we charge our legal fees based only on the amount we recover.