In a car collision, the individual that can be proven responsible for the incident has a financial obligation for any and all damages that are a result of the collision.
Every year, there are millions of car crashes in the United States. Fortunately, most of these involve property damage only, with no injuries. Nevertheless, there are many cases in which a dispute arises after the accident. Whether the dispute is between drivers involved in the wreck, or between an insurance company and a claimant in the accident, it is a fact of life that in many cases it becomes necessary to speak with an experienced Denver and Boulder car accident attorney to discuss your options. An attorney may be able to help make another driver take responsibility for his or her role in the accident, or make an insurance company pay the full value of a claim on which they were hesitant to pay.
If you have been injured in an auto accident, damages may include both property loss and related bodily injuries. Colorado maintains a law requiring all drivers to have $25,000 of liability insurance of which there are two types:
We hear a lot about lawsuits in the news, and sometimes people try to make it sound like suing someone is easy. It’s not. In order to present a successful civil claim against someone after an auto collision, you need to demonstrate that the person caused you harm. There are three requirements for establishing a successful car accident claim:
The law firm of Taussig, Taussig & Smith P.C. assists people injured in car crashes, as well as those injured in other car collisions, such as:
If you have been seriously injured in a car accident, contact a dedicated Denver and Boulder car accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options. From holding negligent drivers responsible, to forcing insurance companies to pay the full value of legitimate claims, to ensuring any future medical care that may be needed as a result of the accident, our auto crash attorneys can ensure that your family doesn’t suffer financial hardship on top of physical injury.