The Colorado Springs personal injury attorneys of the Green Law Firm, P.C. are dedicated to help injured Coloradans seek fair compensation for their injuries.

Did you suffer an injury in Colorado Springs? Perhaps you got into a car accident on I-25 heading towards Briargate. Maybe you suffered an injury in a pedestrian accident while crossing the street near the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.

No matter how your accident occurred, if someone else’s carelessness caused your suffering, we can help.

When someone else’s negligence inflicts injury, unfair loss, or suffering on another person, a personal injury claim may be the only way to obtain compensation for those losses. If you’ve been injured due to someone’s negligent behavior, contact the Colorado Springs personal injury attorneys of the Green Law Firm, P.C. to schedule a free, no-pressure consultation today.

Tort law is a general category that includes a wide range of personal injury claims. Car accidents, pedestrian versus automobile, motorcycle accidents, and truck accidents comprise the majority of personal injury claims. While some torts, such as assault, are crimes also punishable by imprisonment. Yet, tort law has another very important purpose: to provide monetary relief to the victim for any losses incurred.

What to Expect During Your FREE Consultation

When you contact the Green Law Firm, P.C., you will find a group of dedicated personal injury lawyers. We know the ins and outs of Colorado personal injury law and it shows. For decades, we have been representing injured Colorado Springs residents and visitors, and our success rate speaks volumes about the type of legal representation we provide.

To better serve you after an accident, we offer FREE initial consultations and reviews. Our attorneys know that you have questions, and we want to sit down with you and answer those questions as best we can. We can help you determine the amount of compensation you might be able to receive, as well as the likelihood your case will settle out of court.

Once you meet with us, we will help you explore all your legal options, so you can choose the one that best fits you and your needs. Our law firm is proud to serve the residents of Colorado Springs and El Paso County.

Contact Our Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyers Today

If you have been injured by the negligent actions of another person, contact the experienced Colorado Springs personal injury attorneys of the Green Law Firm, P.C. today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation and discuss your case. Call us today at 719-694-8515 or fill out the contact form on this page, to get dedicated legal help today.

How much can I expect from a personal injury settlement?

The value of your case depends on a number of factors that are particular to your specific injury situation. On average, personal injury settlement amounts range from $3,000 to $75,000.

What is the statue of limitation in Florida for an auto accident?

The Colorado statute of limitations for automobile, truck, and motorcycle accident cases is three years. However, it is in your best interest to make your claim as soon as possible.

How long does it take to get a car accident settlement in Florida?

If all parties agree to a settlement, Florida law 627.4265 requires insurance companies to pay the claim within 20 days.

Can you sue for emotional distress in Florida?

Florida places a limit on emotional distress damages. Generally, you can receive emotional distress damages only when they have arisen as a result of physical harm that you have suffered.

How are pain and suffering damages computed?

The amount of pain and suffering is usually computed by the “multiplier method.”

For example: A plaintiff incurs $3,000 worth of medical bills and their level of pain is about three; the pain and suffering figure is $9,000 ($3,000 x 3 = $9,000).

What should I do after a personal injury accident?
  1. Take photos of your injuries.
  2. Visit a doctor.
  3. Follow all medical care plans.
  4. Attend all follow-up medical appointments.
  5. Write a narrative of the accident while it is still fresh in your memory.
  6. Make a list of witnesses and contact information.
  7. Follow any instructions from your attorney.