The National Center for Health Statistics reports that over 31 million injuries occur annually to those living in the United States. Automobile accidents with injuries comprise over half of all personal injury lawsuits.
Following auto accidents are:
Personal injury law refers to any wrong or damage done to another’s person, property, or rights. This can include physical injuries, such as burns or brain injuries. Or it can include psychological injuries, such as depression, pain, and suffering.
If the person who caused your accident was negligent or careless, you may be entitled to file a personal injury claim. Negligence occurs when a person fails to do what a normal, reasonable person would have done, given the same circumstances. However, certain individuals are held to an even higher standard. Those include doctors, medical professionals, landlords, and business owners.
When you are injured, your life in often turned upside down. As you attempt to heal from your injuries, monthly bills and expenses can be overwhelming for you and your family. You may be worried about paying your medical bills, keeping your job, and providing for your loved ones. You may be trying to face an uncertain future with an injury or disability you did not plan for.
During this frightening time, an experienced and dedicated personal injury attorney can protect your rights. Your attorney can help shoulder these burdens and fight aggressively for your future. With the right legal assistance, you can obtain the compensation you need to fully recover.
If you are the victim of a personal injury accident, contact our law firm today for a free consultation. Our goal is to ensure that you are fairly compensated and that you and your family are not financially burdened after a tragic accident.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of people are involved in an accident with resulting injury. While many injuries warrant speaking to a personal injury attorney, there are certain accidents, which absolutely require the services of an experienced Longmont personal injury attorney such as:
Because of the many complexities involved in personal injury cases, many people who attempt to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company on their own may realize—too late—that they did not receive an equitable settlement. They may have realized that their physical injuries will have far-reaching consequences that were not reflected in their initial settlement.
Do not accept a settlement before first speaking with an experienced Longmont personal injury attorney. Your attorney can ensure that you are compensated for all of your injuries and for any long-term damages, including lost wages and loss of potential future earnings.
Whether you have suffered a soft tissue injury, lacerations, brain trauma, spinal cord injury or injury from a dangerous drug or medical device, a skilled Longmont personal injury attorney understands your needs.
The Longmont attorneys of Fuicelli & Lee offer experienced legal personal injury services on a contingency basis. We receive no money unless you receive an equitable settlement. Our goal is justice for you and your loved ones. If you have suffered a serious personal injury due to the negligence of another, we can help. For a free initial consultation with Fuicelli & Lee, PC, call (720) 494-0444 or send us an e-mail.
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The high settlement was no accident. I watched how hard Keith worked to get us to that point. Because of Keith’s hard work, I am now in a position to concentrate on fixing my pain with continued treatment.
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