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A motor vehicle accident can affect your life in immeasurable ways. Not only do you suffer a terrifying event, you may be facing expensive auto repairs, time-consuming paperwork and adversarial insurance companies. If you sustained injuries in your crash, your situation becomes ever more difficult, involving soaring medical bills, time away from work and uncertainty about your future and the well-being of your family.
At Fuicelli & Lee, we understand the complexities of the legal process and will aggressively fight on your behalf to obtain the justice and compensation you deserve.
If you’ve been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, contact us today online or at 303-355-7202 to schedule a free consultation. We welcome clients from across Colorado, including Denver, Longmont, and nearby areas along the Front Range. Se habla Español.
Experienced Representation for Your Motor Vehicle Accident
Whether you are commuting on I-25 or navigating the busy streets of Denver’s rush hour, a traffic accident can occur at any moment. Our experienced accident attorneys represent clients who have been injured in:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Rideshare and taxi cab accidents
- Railway accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
No two wrecks are the same. Our lawyers will customize a legal strategy based on the unique details of your crash and your goals for the claim. We have the knowledge, skill and resources necessary to ensure your voice is heard and your most compelling case is presented. We will identify the responsible party or parties and determine the true short and long-term value of your claim. We won’t be intimidated by big law firms or insurance companies and we never back down from a fight.
Motor Vehicle Accident Law in Colorado
Generally speaking, the “at-fault” driver is responsible for all of the damage caused as a result of his or her negligent actions. However, it is important to note that “at-fault” drivers are only responsible for his or her share of the damage, and may be responsible for less than 100% of the harms and losses caused. This can occur, for example, when others, including the plaintiff or other drivers, are also deemed a cause of the car accident.
Determining the nature and extent of a person’s damages is often extremely complicated. In some cases, the insurance company may dispute that the physical injuries were caused by the accident. Insurers may attempt to label the injuries as a pre-existing condition. Disputes can also arise when determining the extent of someone’s true damages.
If someone is breaking the law while driving, whether by speeding or driving while under the influence, that person is legally responsible for the damages caused through the legal doctrine of negligence per se. This legal term simply means that as a result of the defendant violating a law or rule, he or she becomes responsible for the harms without the plaintiff having to prove the defendant’s actions were negligent.
When it comes to protecting the rights of injury victims, experience matters. Our seasoned team of results-driven attorneys know what a difficult time this is for you and your family and are committed to fighting for every penny you need to recover from someone’s else’s negligence.
We conduct thorough investigations into every case we handle and identify not only the party or parties responsible, but the true value of your claim. We know that the damages you’ve suffered may last for years to come, which is why we consider all of your needs, both short-term and long-term.
The sooner you contact our office, the better. The other side may already be building its case against your best interests. Call us now to ensure your best chance at justice. Your initial consultation is completely free.
Call Us Today for a Complimentary Case Evaluation
If you live in Denver, Longmont, or other community along Colorado’s Front Range and need an experienced motor vehicle accident lawyer you can trust, call 303-355-7202 to discuss your case for free. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means unless we are successful in your case, you owe us nothing.