Denver Car Accident Lawyers
Car accidents are commonplace, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to deal with. Fear, pain, suffering and property damage can all result — and if you’re the injured party in a Denver car crash, you need someone on your side.
The Lamber Goodnow injury law team, together with our partner firms in Colorado handle car accident matters, and can put you in touch with an auto accident attorney who can outline your rights, review your insurance coverage and the coverage of the person who hit you, and evaluate your options.
Why You Need an Attorney
If you’ve been in an accident in the Denver area, you should absolutely talk to an attorney. If for no other reason than to protect your rights after a car accident, you should know all your options.
Depending on the circumstances, the responsible party might be responsible for:
- Your health care bills
- Your auto repair bills
- Costs for your lost wages or other issues
- Damage to other property
- Other damages
Accidents are confusing and they happen in a split-second. They’re stressful. You might not realize the full extent of what happened, the breadth of someone’s negligence, or the full ramifications of your injuries.
By working with one of our car crash lawyers, you’ll be sure that you’re getting the most out of your insurance as well as the person who hit you. You’ll also know that you have an expert negotiator on your side, someone who’ll be looking out for your best interests. The insurance companies don’t work for you. We do.
Who We Are
We pride ourselves in doing business a little differently than other firms — we’ve built a national reputation because of our successful results. Our lawyers have been recognized as among the best in the nation, and our strategy is always centered on getting you the best result possible, as efficiently as possible. If you hire us, you’ll work with our case managers and attorneys, and quickly find out about our commitment to client care.
In Brief: If You’ve Been in an Accident
If you, a loved one, or a family member were recently in an accident, here are some tips to follow. Those first few minutes and hours after a collision are critical to not only preserving evidence, but also protecting your rights:
- Get the name and contact information for all parties involved — including the person who hit you, and any witnesses.
- Cooperate with the police, and answer all their questions.
- Document the scene with photos, your immediate recollections, et cetera.
- Do not admit fault, even out of politeness or courtesy because you feel badly for the person who hit you.
- Call your insurance company to report the issue, but do not sign any agreement on costs or settlements.
- If necessary, get checked by a medical professional. Save all bills/statements.
- Consult an attorney to find out your rights.