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Written by: J. Todd Tenge

Hit and Run Settlements in Colorado: What to Expect

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Hit and Run Settlements in Colorado: What to Expect
Hit and Run Settlements in Colorado: What to Expect

Colorado sees its fair share of hit and run accidents. A hit and run accident occurs when a driver strikes a pedestrian or a piece of property and leaves the scene without reporting the accident.

In 2021 alone, Denver, Colorado, saw thirteen hit and run fatalities. Denver has already seen twelve hit-and-run fatalities through the first eight months of 2022.

No one starts their day expecting to be involved in a hit and run. However, you cannot control another person’s behavior. Some questions our clients ask us after their accident include:

  • Who can seek a hit and run settlement?
  • What is the average hit and run settlement worth? 
  • What factors affect hit and run lawsuit settlements?

Luckily, our team at Tenge Law Firm knows how to answer these questions and any others that arise during your lawsuit.

If you suffered injuries in a hit and run, your settlement may be right around the corner. Contact our team today so we can review your case.

Who Can File a Lawsuit for a Hit and Run Settlement?

If you suffer injuries in a hit and run accident, either as a pedestrian or a driver, the responsible party may be liable for the injuries you suffered.

As a plaintiff, you bear the burden of proving the responsible party was negligent. The fact that they fled the scene may help your case, but it does not automatically mean they caused your injuries.

A qualified personal injury lawyer can help you demonstrate that the opposing party caused the accident that resulted in your injuries. 

How Much Compensation Do You Get For a Hit and Run? 

Each hit and run settlement is based on the facts of that particular case. Therefore, there is no average for a hit and run settlement.

The settlement is designed to compensate you for the damages you incurred due to the hit and run collision, such as:

  • Medical bills,
  • Vehicle repair costs,
  • Rehabilitation expenses,
  • Lost wages, and
  • Loss of future earning capacity.

An attorney can help you calculate the value of your hit and run claim. Every settlement will vary based on the severity of your injury and the losses you suffered.

Questions About Your Hit and Run Settlement in Colorado? Contact Tenge Law Firm Today

If you suffered injuries in a hit and run, you should consult with a personal injury attorney at Tenge Law Firm.

Our firm provides our clients with an exceptional level of communication and responsiveness. We will give you the attention you and your injury claim deserve.

With over thirty years of experience navigating personal injury claims, our attorneys have what it takes to advocate for you. 

The Tenge Law Firm is dedicated to helping injured people get the medical care they need and the compensation they deserve.

We want to help you recover from your injuries and move forward with your life. Contact our office today so we can start reviewing your case.

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