No matter what your politics are, we can all agree that America is beautiful, and each year millions of us rent or use our own RVs to travel across our great country visiting our National Parks and other rural places. Indeed, with RV rental companies like Outdoorsy, RVShare, Cruise America, and Lazydays, renting an RV for the road trip of your dreams is easier than ever. But what happens when your RV vacation is interrupted by a serious RV accident? Maybe you or family members were severely hurt or even killed. If you have been in an RV accident, we invite you to call the experienced Colorado RV accident lawyers at Cook, Bradford & Levy today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation about your case. Our Colorado RV accident attorneys serve the entire state of Colorado including Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins, and we can help you regardless of whether you are from Colorado, another state, or another country. Call us today for answers to your questions and for help on the road to recovery.Why Choose Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC?
When choosing an RV accident lawyer in Colorado, it is important to hire a law firm with legal skill and knowledge of the recreational vehicle (RV) industry. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, our Boulder personal injury lawyers have over 60 years of collective experience successfully helping injured car accident victims get financial compensation for their injuries, including those who have been hurt in RV accidents, bus accidents, truck accidents, and all types of motor vehicle crashes.
Our Colorado RV accident attorneys have recovered tens of millions of dollars for our clients from insurance giants like State Farm, Farmers, Travelers, Allstate, GEICO, and others. In addition, our founding partners, Brian and Jason, have both rented and driven RVs on road-trip vacations with their families across Colorado, Utah, and the four corners region. Simply, our Colorado RV accident lawyers know first-hand the joys and dangers RVs face on highways and backroads.Our Team Will Visit You – Regardless of Where You Are
At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we understand that RV accidents are not planned. Whether you are in the “middle of nowhere,” a small town like Pagosa Springs or Delta, are in a hospital, or are in a city like Denver, Colorado Springs, or Fort Collins, our Colorado RV accident attorneys are responsive and are available to talk with you most any time – including weekends. We encourage you to contact us by phone or through this website, including using the text option, to arrange an initial phone call where we can determine how to set up an in-person visit with you and your loved ones. With Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, the best RV accident lawyers in Colorado are available to speak with you quickly, confidentially, and at no cost.Who Will Pay for My Injuries, Medical Bills, & Lost Wages?
After an RV accident in Colorado and Utah, you may be wondering who will pay for your injuries, medical bills, and lost time from work. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, our RV accident lawyers in Colorado will analyze the facts of your case and provide you with answers to those questions and more. With that said, an RV accident in Colorado is just like any other accident in terms of analyzing what insurance applies to your situation.
An experienced Colorado RV accident attorney will first look at the at-fault driver’s auto insurance, and then we will examine your own insurance looking for what is called Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage. At the same time, we will review your health insurance policies with you, if you have health insurance, and determine the most beneficial way for you to pay for your medical bills. Whether you have Medicare, a regular health insurance plan, or do not have health insurance, our Colorado RV accident lawyers can advise you on the best way to pay your bills, and if necessary, get the medical treatment you need.
RVing is, by nature, a way of traveling that is likely to involve both Colorado and out-of-state drivers. Because drivers involved in RV crashes are often from many different places, the best RV accident lawyers in Colorado can skillfully review and analyze insurance policies from different states and even countries. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we are experts at insurance law in the personal injury context and can help you regardless of what kind of coverage you have.Recent RV Accidents in Colorado
One of the more high-profile Colorado RV accidents happened on November 3, 2018, just outside of Colorado Springs. There, the RV driver was deemed to be at-fault because he was following too closely and was unable to stop in time before hitting a van in front of the RV. Unfortunately, the crash was so severe that 18 people were injured and required hospital treatment, including a toddler who had to be life-flighted to the hospital.
While tragic, this crash is important because it highlights the nature of recreational vehicles in general and reminds us that RVs are extremely heavy and difficult to maneuver. A good Colorado RV accident attorney will draw parallels between an RV and a bus or semi-tractor-trailer in that they require a high amount of focus and driving skill to safely operate. For better or worse, Colorado does not require any special driver’s license to operate a Class C or Class A motorhome, which means that, especially with RV rental companies like Outdoorsy, RVShare, Cruise America, and Lazydays, more and more inexperienced RV drivers are on the road.Call Our RV Accident Lawyers Today!
If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in an RV accident, we encourage you to call the best RV accident lawyers in Colorado at Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation about your case. We serve all of Colorado, regardless of where you are from or where you were headed at the time of your crash.