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Denver Personal Injury Attorneys
When you have been injured in a traumatic accident, paying medical bills while trying to recover can be overwhelming. Don’t hesitate to call the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, for help. Our Colorado personal injury lawyers have helped countless accident victims recover the compensation they needed to put their lives back together after a devastating accident.
When someone else’s carelessness leaves you with a serious injury, the law gives you the right to recover from the parties to blame. The Tenge Law Firm, LLC, helps injured Coloradoans navigate the legal process to recover compensation. We can evaluate your situation, answer your questions, and determine if you may be legally entitled to compensation in a free consultation. If you’ve been injured in an accident, call (303) 502-5587 or contact us online to set up an appointment.
At the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, we are prepared to help clients in all types of personal injury cases in Denver, including:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Defective products
- Workers' Compensation
- Wrongful death
We have helped clients with injuries like paralysis, traumatic brain injuries, extensive nerve damage, amputations, and severe burns. Regardless of your type of injury, we can help you.
After an accident, medical bills can pile up quickly. Many of our clients worry about paying them, especially when unable to return to work. Fortunately, through a lawsuit, you can recover all costs associated with your injury, including:
- Medical treatment at the hospital or doctor’s office
- Rehabilitation to help you recover from your injuries
- Transportation to the hospital
- Prescription and over-the-counter medicines
- Assistive devices like crutches, wheelchairs, braces, etc.
Many of our clients also receive lost wages if they could not work as they healed from their injuries. Replacement of lost wages is available if you are self-employed or work for someone else, and if you are out of work for only one week or indefinitely.
If your property was damaged—such as a vehicle totaled in a collision—then you can also recover compensation to repair or replace the damaged property.
Accident victims can also recover under the law for less tangible losses, such as:
- Physical pain
- Emotional distress or mental anguish
- Disability or disfigurement
- Reduction in your quality of life
No lawyer can promise a particular result—because no two cases are exactly alike. Nevertheless, our results testify to our commitment and our willingness to go the extra mile to maximize the compensation our clients recover. Our successes for our clients include:
- A $1.35 million settlement for a mother injured in an auto accident while on her way to work in south Denver.
- A $1.05 million settlement for a driver injured when struck by a big rig.
- A $950,000 award for a client who suffered a brain injury in a car accident. Our client and her husband were traveling from Montana to Denver to visit family. While heading southbound on I-25 near Loveland they were rear-ended by a teen driver.
- A $700,000 settlement for a client who suffered hip, pelvic, and lower-back injuries in a motorcycle accident.
- A $675,000 award for a client who tripped and fell in a store, fracturing her hip.
The amount of compensation you are entitled to recover depends on a variety of factors, such as the severity of your injuries and the amount of your losses. A skilled personal injury attorney can help maximize your recovery. Contact the Tenge Law Firm, LLC to review your case.
In a personal injury lawsuit, we must prove that the person who injured you was negligent, which means that person did not act with reasonable care under the circumstances. For example, a semi-truck driver is held to a higher standard of care on the road, and must operate a semi-truck with the level of skill and care of a reasonable commercial truck driver. To win your case, you must prove:
- The person who injured you owed you a duty of care.
- That person’s conduct fell below the required duty of care.
- You suffered an injury as a direct result of their conduct.
Your lawyer may conduct investigations to find additional evidence of negligence, or hire experts to assist in proving the other party’s fault for the accident. Depending on the situation, available evidence might include police reports, eyewitness testimony, photographs, surveillance video, testing of a defective product or vehicle, or the use of an accident reconstructionist.
Colorado’s statute of limitations gives most personal injury victims only two or three years from the date of the accident to bring a lawsuit. Although certain exceptions apply, courts strictly enforce these deadlines, and you should not depend on getting an extension. If you wait too long to file your lawsuit, a judge will dismiss your case and you cannot recover any legal compensation from the party at fault for the accident.
At the Tenge Law Firm, LLC, our top priority is protecting the rights of accident victims in the Denver area. We help our clients navigate the entire process, from negotiating with insurance companies to taking the negligent party to trial. We work hard to ensure injured victims receive just compensation under the law—while you focus on your physical recovery and moving forward with your life. We have built our reputation representing injured victims—and winning millions in settlements and verdicts on their behalf—and we have the results to prove it.
If you’ve suffered injuries in an accident in Denver, don’t struggle alone. Reach out to us today for a free, confidential consultation. We will discuss the circumstances of your claim and answer any questions you may have. We never charge a fee unless we win your case. Contact us today by calling (303) 502-5587 or send us a message online.
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