Bringing a Catastrophic Injury or Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Colorado
When someone else's poor judgment, negligence or recklessness has caused you serious injury, or caused a loved one to be killed, you may have a case for court. If you've suffered a catastrophic injury and the financial losses that go along with such an injury, you can be compensated .
- If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident (the most common cause of serious injury and death), you may be entitled to compensation from the other driver's insurance company, or your own company if they were uninsured.
- If you were injured from a fall on an unsafe property, you may be entitled to compensation from a homeowners or business liability insurance policy. If you were injured on government property, you may have a claim against the government.
- If you were injured by poor medical treatment, you may be entitled to reimbursement from a medical malpractice insurance policy.
- In some instances, you may be able to bring a civil claim against the person or people who caused your injury, personally.
Your ability to recover money for your injuries will likely depend upon your attorney's ability to prove the extent of your injuries and the negligence of the person who caused them. That's when thorough and careful investigation counts.
That's when you can count on the Denver catastrophic injury attorneys at Elkus, Sisson & Rosenstein, P.C. Call us at 303-567-7981 or 888-854-8144 or contact us online to schedule a initial consultation.
Aurora Catastrophic Injury Attorneys
At Elkus, Sisson & Rosenstein, P.C., we pride ourselves on thorough investigation and comprehensive preparation in every case we handle. We begin investigating immediately to ensure valuable evidence is not lost. Whether we're heading to court or the negotiating table, we have the facts at hand to prove our case and we are zealous in seeking the best possible outcome for our client.
If you've suffered a catastrophic personal injury, you may be eligible for compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Medical costs
- Rehabilitative costs