Accident & Injury at the University of Colorado
At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we are proud of the University of Colorado’s community of students. We know that every day, the over 33,000 students at CU Boulder are out working hard, playing hard, and enjoying student life here in the Boulder area and beyond. Because the general nature of college students to explore, push limits, and be more adventurous than non-students, it is inevitable that students at the University of Colorado at Boulder get hurt or even killed in accidents. If you are a University of Colorado student who has been injured in an accident because someone else was careless or negligent, we invite you to call our lawyers for CU students today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation about how our Boulder personal injury attorneys might be able to help you.
Our Boulder personal injury law firm has represented numerous University of Colorado students over the years. Whether you have been injured in a car, bicycle, or pedestrian accident, a drunk driving accident, a slip and fall, or even after being assaulted by another student or non-student at a bar or sporting event, our attorneys for CU students can help you achieve justice and receive compensation for your harms and losses. Our CU student attorneys are not affiliated with the University of Colorado in any way, and we can bring claims against the University or any other government entity who may have been at fault for your injuries.Helping CU Students Regardless of Where You are From
At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, our CU Boulder personal injury attorneys appreciate that the student environment in Boulder is unique and brings a set of challenges that are not present in most everyday cases. For example, CU Boulder students hail from all 50 states and Washington, D.C., as well as many different countries around the world. Regardless of where you are from, or where you have permanent residency, our lawyers for CU students hurt in accidents can help you pursue your accident claim. Additionally, injured CU students sometimes have to withdraw from school due to their injuries, and our University of Colorado personal injury attorneys can recover your lost tuition, lost wages, compensation for lost internship or employment opportunities, travel expenses and numerous other losses that are unique to students and young people getting ready to begin their careers and enter the workforce.Navigating the Colorado Legal System & Contingency Fees
Sadly, each semester CU Boulder students are injured in everything from minor mishaps to drunk-driving crashes, and when this happens, we encourage you and your family to retain a Boulder attorney who helps CU students to help you navigate the injury claims process and the Colorado legal system. At Cook, Bradford & Levy, LLC, we have decades of experience helping injured victims, including CU students, and we want to hear about your injury or accident. We believe strongly in the principle that everyone should have access to a skilled lawyer, regardless of your financial ability. This is why we represent almost all of our clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will not owe us any money up front. Instead, we get paid a percentage of the gross settlement or verdict that we are able to achieve for you, which is generally 33% for cases that do not require filing a lawsuit (85% of our cases successfully resolve without the need to file a lawsuit). If we do not obtain a settlement or verdict for you, you owe us nothing for the time we spent working on your case.
If you or a loved one is a student at the University of Colorado and have been hurt in an accident, we invite you to call our skilled attorneys who represent CU students today at 303-543-1000 for a free consultation about your case and how we can help you.