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The first few days following a car accident are the most crucial. Victims of car accidents often find themselves assessing the damages, dealing with injuries and investigating legal issues with little to no help from insurance companies. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be this way. Colorado Springs Injury Attorneys are dedicated to working with insurance companies, medical professionals and police investigators to help get you through the accident process and back on your feet.

After a car accident, a surprising number of injuries often go unnoticed and untreated for weeks and even months. As a result, these injuries can become chronic, life long conditions causing years of pain and suffering. In addition, these injuries may require numerous surgeries, medical treatments and therapies before becoming completely healed. Herniated discs, torn rotator cuffs, whiplash and back strains are just a few of the injuries that can worsen over time. Injury attorneys will work to get you the right medical treatment after an accident to ensure that any injury sustained during the accident is diagnosed and treated promptly.

Colorado is an “at fault” state; which means the driver who is at fault for the accident is responsible for damages and injuries that result from the collision. In addition, all drivers who operate on Colorado roads are required to carry both personal injury and property damage insurance. A Colorado Springs injury attorney will work with insurance companies to ensure that you receive compensation to cover damages, injuries, missed workdays and any medical treatment you require.

After a car accident, every minute counts. Seek medical attention immediately to diagnose any injuries and receive prompt medical treatment.  In addition, you should contact a Colorado Springs injury attorney immediately to avoid any complications when filing your claim. In Colorado and Colorado Springs, the Statue of Limitations states that you have 3 years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury claim. If your claim involves the State of Colorado; however, you only have 180 days to notify the person in the claim or you are prevented from ever filing a claim.

It is critical that you contact an injury attorney immediately after a car accident to ensure that your claim is filed in the appropriate amount of time. Failure to do so may prevent you from receiving the appropriate compensation you deserve. If you are injured in a car accident in Colorado Springs or anywhere in El Paso County, be sure to contact an injury attorney immediately.

Please call Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyer Sarah Christensen now to talk about your case. She can be reached by phone at 719-634-7770.

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