Auto Accident Resource Center

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The Information You are Looking for, Following a Car Accident

Below, we have compiled answers to questions that should prove beneficial in the wake of a car accident.

Check out the answers below and for specific advice regarding your situation, contact our legal team today for a consultation!

Can I File a Car Accident Claim?

If you suffered damage to your vehicle or suffered injuries, it is usually a good idea to file a car accident claim. If the accident was caused by the other driver, you may be able to recover damages from the other driver's insurance company. You can always talk to our attorney during a free consultation to determine whether you should file a claim.

How Much is My Claim Worth?

It is impossible to tell how much a claim may be worth without reviewing the facts. Claims are determined by looking at the cost of injuries, vehicle damage, pain and suffering, lost wages, and many other factors. An attorney can help provide a rough estimate on what you can expect.

Should I Accept a Settlement Offer?

When determining whether to accept a settlement offer from insurers, make sure that it is a fair amount and that you are being fully compensated. The general rule is to never accept the first offer. There is usually room to negotiate the amount, especially if it is way below policy limits.

What is the Statute of Limitations in CO?

In Colorado, you have three years from the date of the car accident to take legal action, otherwise you may lose your rights to recover any type of compensation.

What Should I Do After a Car Accident?

The first thing you should do is check for injuries. If anyone needs medical attention, call for an ambulance.

You should also call the police to have a police report filed. Wait for the officer to arrive and they will evaluate the situation to determine who may be at fault.

Take photos of the scene, your car, your injuries, and gather contact information from witnesses at the scene.

See a doctor. Some injuries do not appear until hours or even days after the accident. Get a checkup to make sure that you are okay. If you have been injured, be sure to follow your doctor's instructions and continue treatment if necessary.

Talk to an attorney. An attorney may be able to help you file a claim, negotiate a settlement, and make sure that your rights are protected.

What Types of Damages Can I Recover?

You may be able to recover damages for vehicle repairs or replacement, medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages/lost earning capacity, and other accident-related expenses.

Who is Liable for My Accident?

Multiple parties may be liable, including the driver, the manufacturer or a defective part, or even the trucking company if you were hit by a negligent truck driver. The situation will vary, so have a car accident lawyer review your case to determine who is liable.

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