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If you or someone you love has been injured due to a third party’s negligent or reckless behavior, you may be entitled to compensation. Personal Injury cases range from automobile accidents and falls to medical malpractice. The State of Colorado is a “tort law” state, which means that the person who is responsible for the accident is also responsible for any damages and injuries. If you are injured in an accident, mounding medical expenses can quickly become an unnecessary burden and insurance companies may even begin to deny claims. In this situation, it is time to turn to a qualified Colorado Springs Personal Injury Attorney.

Your personal injury attorney will work diligently with insurance companies, medical institutions and authorities to ensure that you receive all the compensation you need to pay present and future medical expenses, long-term therapies and cover any lost wages that have occurred as the result of your accident.

After an accident occurs, many injuries can worsen over time leading to chronic, long-term disabilities. As a result, victims are often left to deal with rising medical expenses, long after insurance companies have finished paying. In addition, many large corporations and insurance companies may offer large cash settlements in exchange for dropping any future legal action. While these settlements are tempting, they are usually merely a fraction of what you deserve. Before you accept any injury settlements, contact a personal injury attorney to determine if you are receiving the appropriate amount of compensation for all of your injuries.

In some cases, your attorney may need to clearly establish who the responsible party is.  Your personal injury attorney will work tirelessly alongside trucking experts and accident authorities to recreate accident scenes and he will speak with witnesses and law enforcement to determine fault. In some situations, there may be more than one party responsible for the accident. In product liability cases, manufacturers, product engineers and even distributors can all be responsible if someone is injured as result of their faulty product. Once “fault” is clearly established, your personal injury attorney will be able to file a claim and help get you the compensation you deserve.

If you or a loved one is injured as a result of another party’s negligence, contact a Colorado Springs Personal Injury Attorney immediately. In the state of Colorado, the statue of limitations for the majority of personal injury cases is 2-3 years.  If your case is not filed within this time, you may be prohibited from filing a claim at all.

When an accident occurs, everything is put on hold. Lost income from missed work, mounding medical bills and emotional pain and suffering can plunge entire families into economic crisis. When this occurs, contact a personal injury attorney immediately to receive the compensation you need to fully recover.

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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