Home Depot Accidents in Colorado
When we think of home improvement in Colorado, many of us think of Home Depot. Home Depot is the largest home improvement retailer in the world, with over 2,200 stores in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. There are approximately 50 Home Depot stores throughout Colorado. Home Depot has been an extremely profitable business over the last two decades, and in 2017 it reported almost $8 billion in profit. This means that Home Depot has no excuse when it fails to keep its stores safe for its customers. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we have represented numerous clients across Colorado who have been hurt at retail stores like Home Depot. We are extremely familiar with the law governing accidents at Home Depot, which in most cases is Colorado premises liability law. If you or a loved one has been hurt in an accident at a Home Depot, we invite you to call us today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation with one of our Colorado Home Depot accident lawyers.Helping You Recover from all Types of Home Depot Accidents
The average Home Depot store is approximately 100,000 square feet. As you probably know, the stores are filled with all kinds of different products ranging from lumber to hardware to garden plants. Often times the aisles are extremely busy places with merchandise stacked high on the aisle compartments. Our Colorado Home Depot accident attorneys know that shoppers have been hurt in a number of ways including:
- Slip and Falls on slippery floors
- Falling merchandise
- Merchandise left in the aisles
- Hidden tripping hazards
- Poorly maintained parking lots
- Snow, Ice, and Water Buildup
- And many others
Most of the time accidents, like Home Depot slip and fall accidents, result in only minor injury or no injury at all. However, our Colorado Home Depot accident lawyers can be especially helpful to you if you have sustained a serious injury such as a fractured bone, a head injury, or an injury to the discs in your spine, among many other types of injuries. When a serious accident happens you will incur costly medical expenses, lost wages or an inability to work in the future, disfigurement or impairment, and emotional damages like pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life.
At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, our Colorado Home Depot accident lawyers have experience bringing claims against retailers like Home Depot, and in many cases getting our clients compensated for their harms and losses. Unfortunately, even when companies like Home Depot are clearly in the wrong, they do not easily pay full or fair compensation to the injured party without a fight. In those situations it can be necessary to file a lawsuit against Home Depot, and in choosing your lawyer it is helpful to hire a firm with experience in litigation and in the courtroom. Our Colorado Home Depot slip and fall lawyers have tried numerous cases to verdict, and although we do not always win, we have earned a remarkable track record of success in Colorado courtrooms over the years.Contingency Fees
Our law firm has been guided by the principle that everyone should have access to a lawyer in their time of need, regardless of their financial condition. To solve this problem, our Colorado Home Depot accident attorneys represent our clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that we can get started on your case right away without any money up front. The way we get paid for our attorney fees is at the end of your case as a percentage of the gross financial recovery we help obtain for you. If we can resolve your case without filing a lawsuit we charge 33%, but this rate increases if litigation is needed. As with all contingency fees, if we are unable to make a financial recovery for you, you do not owe us any attorney fee for the work we put into your case.Call Our Home Depot Lawyers Today
If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt at a Colorado Home Depot store near Boulder, Longmont, Denver, Colorado Springs, or Arvada, we invite you to call our Home Depot accident lawyers today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation about your case and how we might be able to help you.