Denver Personal Injury Lawyer
Here at The Babich Law Firm, we specialize in recovering money for people who have suffered serious personal injury as a result of someone else’s negligence. The attorneys at Babich Law have many years of experience handling claims involving:
- Auto, truck, motorcycle, and drunk driving accidents;
- Medical negligence;
- Burn injuries;
- Construction accidents;
- Boating accidents;
- Bicycle accidents;
- Dog bites;
- Sexual assault;
- Slip and falls;
- Carbon monoxide poisoning;
- Wrongful Death;
- Defective product injuries;
- And more.
Call The Babich Law Firm today for a free consultation. We know that choosing the right attorney is an important decision and that is why we will take the time to discuss your case and answer your questions.
Establishing a Personal Injury Claim
To establish a claim for your personal injuries related to a motor vehicle accident, the following three requirements must be met:
- you must prove that you have suffered injuries;
- you must prove that your injuries were caused by the auto accident, and not some other accident or incident; and
- you must prove that the auto accident was not caused by you. Under Colorado law, if you are found to be more than 50% at fault for the accident, then you are not entitled to a jury verdict if the case goes to trial. Therefore, early and proper investigation is critical to proving that you are not 50% or more at fault
If The Babich Law Firm accepts your case, we will investigate your claim and obtain the evidence needed to prove your claim. This may involve interviewing witnesses, reviewing documents, researching the law, investigating the scene of the incident, and consulting with doctors or other experts.
What Compensation You Are Entitled To Recover
You are entitled to recover the following types of damages from the person who caused the accident (the at-fault driver) and/or their insurance company:
- economic damages (including past and future medical expenses, funeral expenses, past and future lost wages, impairment of earning capacity, and other out-of-pocket expenses such as prescription drug costs);
- non-economic damages (including inconvenience, loss of quality of life, emotional distress, pain and suffering); and
- physical impairment and disfigurement.