Colorado Personal Injury Lawyers
Helping Clients Throughout the State Pursue Justice for Their Injuries
Sustaining a severe injury can be an overwhelming experience. From medical expenses to special treatments needed for rehabilitation, personal injuries can be costly. Beyond the economic tolls, serious injuries also have the potential to alter your entire life.
If you have suffered an injury because of the negligence of another party, you might be entitled to compensation for the damages you sustained. However, obtaining the compensation you are entitled to can be a complicated and difficult process.
At Feldmann Nagel Cantafio PLLC, we handle all types of personal injury cases. Our team of lawyers has a distinguished reputation in Colorado and we are committed to getting our clients the justice they deserve. We can help you with the following personal injury cases:
- Slips & Falls
- Professional Malpractice
- Dog Bites
- Assault, Battery, & Other Intentional Torts
- Car Accidents
- Commercial Truck Accidents
- Product Liability
- Defamation, Libel, Slander
Time is of the Essence for Colorado Injury Cases
If you have suffered an injury, there is a limited period of time in which you can file a claim for damages. This time-frame is known as a “statute of limitations.” In the state of Colorado, different statutes are applied to personal injuries, depending on the circumstances of each case:
- Product Liability Case: 2 Years
- Premises Liability Case: 2 Years
- Dog Bite Case: 2 Years
- Motor Vehicle Accident Case: 3 Years
- Wrongful Death Case: 2 Years
- Professional Malpractice : 2 Years
The statute of limitations begins from the date in which the injury occurred. For injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident, the statute of limitations begins on the date of the car accident and when the injury symptoms first became apparent.
For wrongful death cases, the decedent’s spouse has exclusive rights to file a claim within a year of when the death occurred. If the deceased party was not married, only their immediate heirs or a designated beneficiary can file a wrongful death claim. After the one year time period, the decedent’s children can file claims on behalf of the deceased as well.
Speak to our Colorado Team. Call (888) 458-0991 Today.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury, you will need a lawyer you can be confident with. That is why you should choose a law firm that has experience and a distinguished reputation when it comes to handling personal injury cases.
Our attorneys can review your case and create a legal strategy to secure the compensation you deserve. We are dedicated to providing our clients with top-notch legal services that are tailored to fit the particular needs of their case.
Contact our Colorado personal injury lawyersto discuss your case for free.