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Springs Law Group

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Springs Law Group, Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyer. We are Colorado Springs’ Auto Accident Personal Injury Lawyers dedicated to one thing. Helping injured people recover.

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s actions, you should speak with a Colorado Springs personal injury lawyer to maximize your chances of achieving your desired outcome. Legal representation from a seasoned attorney could help you prove your losses and demand appropriate payments from defendants and their insurance companies during a personal injury case.

The days following an injury are often crucial to your long-term health, as well as to the viability of a claim for any damages. A party who is responsible for causing an injury through negligence or an intentional act may be liable to cover any losses they may have caused. However, defendants and their insurance companies may act quickly to deny their responsibility or shift the blame onto an unwary plaintiff.

Springs Law Group: Cases A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Handle

Most commonly, civil suits are the result of an accident. Drivers on the road, shop owners who invite customers onto their property, manufacturers, and medical professionals must all take appropriate steps to act with the duty of care in which they are obligated to operate. Failures to take these steps may be considered legal negligence if they result in injuries, which could make the negligent party responsible to compensate a victim for all their losses. A Colorado Springs personal injury lawyer could help injured people understand their rights and pursue claims for proper compensation.

A personal injury claim is applicable when you suffered an injury and someone else might be legally responsible. We handle cases such as:

Springs Law Group Practice Areas
Bicycle Accident
Bus Accident
Car Accident
Catastrophic Injury
Insurance Claims
Motorcycle Accident
Pedestrian Accident
Premises Liability
Slip and Fall
Truck Accident
Wrongful Death

FAQs

Q Will you take a case involving nursing home abuse?

Yes. If you are partially at fault for an accident, you will not receive 100% of the compensation under Colorado law. However, you may be able to still receive some compensation if it is proven that you were less than 50% at fault. If you were found to be 50% or more at fault, then you would not receive any compensation. If you are less than 50% at fault, then the degree of your fault is deducted from your damages (for example, if you are 25% at fault, then your total damages are

Q How do I know how much my case is worth?

Determining the value of your case is based on a variety of factors as each case is different. Some of the factors include the type of injuries you suffered, the costs of your medical treatment, potential future medical costs, lost wages and non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and emotional distress. Another factor that makes a big difference is whether or not your injuries are permanent and caused you a permanent impairment, or caused

Q I recently read police reports for car accidents were inadmissible in court in Colorado. Does this mean I don't have to file one if I'm in an accident?

Usually they are not admissible. But we encourage all of our clients to file one at the scene of an accident anyway​. Police reports can be very helpful in preserving facts and evidence, they are persuasive in claims negotiations, and investigating officers may rely upon them in refreshing their memory about the accident.

Q My partner was hit by a car crossing ​Academy Blvd. and was hurt pretty badly. Our attorney said he may not be able to collect anything because he was texting when he was crossing the road. Is this true?

​It depends on the facts of your case. Colorado is a contributory negligence state, meaning if one party significantly contributed to an accident they may not be able to collect damages--even if they were injured. In your husband's case, ​it may be argued that ​not paying attention to the road ​may count as being negligent​, but if he was crossing with the light, then whether or not he was paying attention, the driver could be found liable.​

Q How do I know how much my case is worth?

Determining the value of your case is based on a variety of factors as each case is different. Some of the factors include the type of injuries you suffered, the costs of your medical treatment, potential future medical costs, lost wages and non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and emotional distress. Another factor that makes a big difference is whether or not your injuries are permanent and caused you a permanent impairment, or caused any type of disfigurement, like scarring.

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