Car accidents can have devastating consequences. Those responsible for causing injury by reckless driving need to be held accountable.
2022 saw a record number of traffic fatalities 74 in the city of Denver. That’s an increase of 21.31% since 2019. Denver Police expect that number to rise in 2023.
- Inclement weather
- Distracted driving
- Driver intoxication
- Mechanical failures
- Road hazards
- Unclear signage
Anytime you are injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you should consult with an experienced accident attorney.
In Denver, the skilled lawyers at Roth Group Law have successfully represented hundreds of clients.
We pride ourselves on our dedication and compassion when it comes to those we represent.
Your Denver accidents lawyers will help you claim any and all relevant damages. This includes “economic” and “non-economic damages.”
Economic damages are those that may be assigned a tangible monetary sum. They can include
- Medical bills
- Loss of income (past and future)
- Property damage
- Specialized equipment for recovery
Non economic damages are related to the emotional toll these accidents can take. Examples of non-economic damages include:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Emotional distress
You will have two years from the date of your accident to consult with an attorney and pursue legal action. ...
However, it is recommended you begin the process as soon as possible. You will also want to file an insurance claim as soon as you can for damage done to your vehicle.
Your first priority following a collision is your safety. Make sure you are out of oncoming traffic and you and any passengers are out of harm’s way. If there are serious injuries, dial 911.
Once you have ensured your safety and the safety of those around you, take a deep breath. You may feel rattled or anxious.
Try to take stock of your surroundings and observe as much as you can. If you are able, take photographs of your vehicle’s damage and any injuries you have sustained.
You will need to file a police report, which you can do at the scene (if police have been called) or online.
If you are seriously injured and unable to gather evidence yourself at the scene, you can still pursue legal action.
Your attorney will help you gather supporting documentation, including police reports, witness testimonies, CCTV footage, medical notes, and more to prove your case.
If your accident is not serious but you need local police assistance in Denver, the non-emergency phone number is (720) 913-2000.
An accident attorney is better able to help you meet all the requirements for proving your case and thus obtain a higher settlement amount.