Farmers Insurance company is Colorado’s 2nd biggest auto insurance carrier. Farmers accounts for approximately 7% of Colorado’s auto insurance market share, which translates to writing approximately 166,000 private auto insurance policies statewide. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, our Farmers insurance claims lawyers deal with Farmers on a regular basis for claims arising from car, motorcycle, bicycle, and pedestrian accidents, to premises liability accidents like slip and falls. Moreover, our Boulder personal injury attorneys have experience holding Farmers accountable when it has wrongfully denied an insurance claim. If you have been in an accident or otherwise need help dealing with Farmers, we invite you to reach out to us today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation with one of our Farmers insurance claims attorneys.Holding Farmers Accountable When You are Treated Unfairly
Our Farmers insurance claims lawyers have dealt with Farmers on hundreds of occasions. When you are in an accident caused by a driver who is insured by Farmers, Farmers will evaluate your claim by examining your medical expenses, lost wages, physical impairment, and emotional damages like pain and suffering. Farmers should fully compensate for your losses as long as the accident was their driver’s fault, your injuries were caused by the accident, and your losses were incurred because they were reasonable and necessary (especially in regard to medical expenses).
When Farmers evaluates your claim but fails to fully or fairly compensate you for your losses, our Farmers insurance claims attorneys are well-versed in personal injury litigation to hold them accountable. When negotiations fail, our attorneys are confident filing a lawsuit against Farmers so that a jury can determine how much compensation you should receive for your injuries. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, we have a collective experience of over 100 jury trials, most of which have resulted in successful outcomes for our clients.
In late 2017, for example, our client was himself insured by Farmers and had suffered permanent injuries in an extreme crash. After receiving the full policy limits of the at-fault driver, our client still had not been fully compensated for his injuries. We brought a claim for Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage against Farmers, arguing that he was entitled to additional compensation. Farmers originally offered our client $5,000 to resolve his claim. Our Farmers insurance claims lawyers disagreed with this evaluation and presented his case to a jury. The jury awarded our client almost 40 times the original offer after listening to his story. In this case our Farmers insurance claims attorneys worked with our client’s medical providers and other experts to prove that our client had been permanently injured from the crash. We worked hard for our client and we take pride in doing so for all our clients.We do Not Get Paid Unless We Get You Financial Compensation for Your Injuries
At Cook, Bradford & Levy, we hold true to the principle that nobody should be denied access to an attorney because it costs too much. To solve this problem, our Farmers insurance claims lawyers get paid on a contingency-fee basis. In other words, we get paid our fees at the end of your case as a percentage of your settlement or verdict. If you have concerns about being able to afford hiring our law firm to represent you, we encourage you to call us to discuss the issue to better understand how a contingency-fee arrangement works.
If you or a loved one is dealing with Farmers insurance, we invite you to call us today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation with one of our experienced Farmers insurance claims attorneys. We are here to help.