If you suffered bodily injuries due to an accident in Boulder, CO, we can help you bring a claim for financial compensation. Our legal team will help you prove the at-fault party’s negligence and fight for monetary coverage of your medical care, lost wages and income, and physical and emotional pain and suffering.
If you were injured in Boulder County, our financial recovery team can help. Our familiarity with the state’s personal injury and insurance laws can help you build a strong case for compensation. We can also help you value your injuries, meet the statute of limitations, and negotiate a favorable financial settlement. When you are ready to hold the at-fault party liable for your injuries, we are ready to provide the guidance and support you need.We Help You Navigate Your Bodily Injuries Claim
The bodily injuries you sustain in a car accident, slip and fall accident, dog bite or attack, or any other negligence-based accident, form the basis of a personal injury claim. By filing an insurance or legal claim on your behalf, we can help you navigate the legal process and insurance company guidelines.
Our team can help you establish the cost of your treatment plan and build a case file that documents with evidence your financial expenses and losses. When we start working on your bodily injury case, we listen to your recollection of the events that led to your accident. We also compile your medical records and bills, accident or injury reports, and witness statements. Tell us about your injuries and we will help you understand the financial recovery process.
Broken arms & legs
Broken limbs and fractures can be caused by falls, vehicle accidents, and other types of trauma. Their treatment might entail casting, surgery, or other forms of bone stabilization.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) causes lingering pain in your limbs that may be caused by trauma-related injuries that affect your central nervous systems.
Hand & wrist injuries
Hand and wrist injuries can result from accidents or from bracing yourself during a fall. These injuries can cause pain, swelling, numbness, and tenderness.
Head & Brain Injuries
Head and brain injuries can occur due to car accidents, falls, and violence. They range in severity from mild concussions to traumatic brain injuries that can change your physical and cognitive abilities.
Loss of vision/blindness
Vision loss can occur when your eye or certain areas of your brain suffer injuries. Vision loss can be sudden, trauma-based, temporary, or permanent.
Neck injuries can include whiplash, which often results from rear-end vehicle collisions. It can decrease your range of motion for lengthy periods and make everyday activities difficult or impossible.
Shoulder injuries can affect your muscles, joints, and ligaments and make movement painful. Commonly reported causes of shoulder injuries include a broken arm or collarbone, shoulder dislocation, rotator cuff injury, and torn cartilage.Recoup The Cost of Your Bodily Injuries
When you fight for financial recovery after an injury, we can help ensure you do not inadvertently undervalue your claim. So that you can focus on getting well, our team focuses on valuing your lawsuit. The damages you may be entitled to recover include:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Current and future loss of wages and income
- Medication and assistive medical devices
- Physical impairment, disability, or disfigurement
- Physical and emotional pain and suffering
We make sure to amass your medical records and reports from each physician, health care facility, and department where you received treatment. This can be complex and involved, so letting us handle it for you can be a relief. We also handle insurance claim forms and other case-related paperwork.
Start your fight for compensation immediately
The personal injury statute of limitations in Colorado is typically three years, per CO Rev Stat § 13-80-101. While exceptions may apply based on certain circumstances of your case and the age of the injured party, the statute of limitations defines the amount of time you have to file your lawsuit. If the filing deadline expires:
- You might not be able to file your lawsuit at all.
- The at-fault party is likely to request an immediate dismissal of your lawsuit.
If the at-fault party or their representative requests a dismissal on these grounds, they are likely to receive it. If that happens, you might be left with no legal recourse to compel the at-fault party to compensate you. With sufficient notice, our team can ensure your lawsuit meets the filing deadline and reduce the risk of filing too late.
Our track record of success
Our online reviews and client testimonials point to our previous victories and satisfied clients. When you choose our law firm, we make your financial recovery our priority so you can make physical recovery yours. Our track record includes the following settlements for previous clients:
- $1.5 million car accident settlement
- $1.3 million truck accident settlement
- $475,000 trip and fall injury settlement
Though most compensation lawsuits involving bodily injuries are settled out of court, not all are. We never stop fighting for your financial recovery. Clients we have represented in court received verdicts ranging from $209,000 to $896,000 for injured car accident victims.We Help Injured Clients Get Financial Compensation
If another person’s negligence in Boulder caused your injuries, we can help you get financial compensation. Our case assessment team can help you create a plan that involves identifying and pursuing the at-fault party, proving your right to monetary recovery, and negotiating a fair settlement.
When you are ready to hold the at-fault party responsible for your injury-related expenses, contact the case review team at Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC. Call (303) 543-1000 for a free consultation with a team member in our Boulder, CO office today.