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Denver Colorado Car Accident Attorney Information:

In 2007, an astonishing 2.5 million people were injured in automobile accidents across the country. Unfortunately, over 41,000 people lost their lives in serious automobile accidents that could have been prevented. Even with the increase in vehicle safety features over the past decade, America's roadways are still dangerous. Automobile accidents occur every day, causing serious and life threatening injuries for everyone involved. (http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Main/index.aspx)

Types of Automobile Accidents:
The type and severity of the injury sustained, depends largely on the type of automobile accident you are involved in. In general, there are 4 main categories of automobile accidents:

  • Rear End Collisions
  • Side Impact Collisions
  • Head On Collisions
  • Pedestrian Accidents

After an automobile accident, victims are often sent home to nurse their injuries and deal with insurance companies. During this time, medical and rehabilitation bills can quickly become an enormous burden for families already struggling to heal after a traumatic accident. In addition, many insurance companies will not cover expenses if they believe another party to be responsible.

When this occurs, you need a qualified and experienced Colorado Personal Injury attorney on your side. Your attorney will be able to help get you the medical treatment you need while negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf. In addition, your attorney will need to thoroughly investigate your automobile accident to determine the responsible parties involved and file any necessary claims.

After an automobile accident, the last thing you may be thinking about is obtaining compensation for your injuries. Unfortunately, the injuries you sustained in the automobile accident may have lingering consequences and years later, you may find yourself dealing with chronic and debilitating symptoms.

Common car accident injuries include concussions and whiplash.

Colorado Statute of Limitations after an Automobile Accident:

Time is crucial. In the state of Colorado, you have only 3 years after an automobile accident to file a claim. This is known as the statute of limitations. If your injuries were the result of an accident with a government vehicle or public transportation, you may have even less time to file a claim and receive compensation for your injuries. Your Colorado personal injury attorney will make sure that you avoid missing any important deadlines.

If you or someone you love was injured in an accident or as a result of the negligence of another you will need an experienced Colorado personal injury attorney to handle your case. At the Gold Law Firm, we work hard to achieve the maximum compensation for all of our clients. Contact attorney Gregory A. Gold of the Gold Law Firm today for a free consultation at (303) 694-4653.

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