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Boulder Personal Injury Attorney

At The Fang Law Firm, we stand up for people who have been injured by the carelessness of others, and believe that you deserve financial compensation if someone else caused your injury. Contact our Boulder personal injury attorneys at (303) 993-4323 today to find out how we can help. 

A serious injury can impact not only your current life, but your future. An injury that gives you a temporary or permanent disability can take you out of work and require expensive medical care. You could also suffer significant physical pain and emotional distress that decreases your enjoyment of daily activities. 

Why Choose Us

  • Our Boulder personal injury lawyers are highly communicative. We know you are going through a difficult time, and we will never leave you in the dark. You will receive a response from us in 24 hours, guaranteed.
  • We have a 98 percent settlement rate. Our personal injury attorneys use proven negotiation strategies to achieve the settlements their clients deserve. 
  • You won’t pay us unless we win your case. Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will only pay your accident lawyer if he or she obtains financial compensation on your behalf.

How a Personal Injury Attorney in Boulder Can Help

The civil justice system in Colorado can be difficult to navigate on your own. Don’t be discouraged, however; you can hire an injury lawyer to handle the legal process for you. A lawyer can take care of complicated paperwork and gather necessary evidence while you focus on healing from your injury. 

Your Boulder personal injury lawyer will fight for fair financial compensation for your injuries and losses, whether that means negotiating a settlement from an insurance company or taking your case to trial. A personal injury attorney will give your case the attention it deserves. 

Do You Have an Injury Case?

Personal injury law revolves around the legal theory of negligence. A person is negligent when he or she fails to use an appropriate level of care, causing someone injury or harm. In Colorado, you have the right to pursue compensation from someone when that person’s careless actions or lack of action injures you. Your attorney will need to prove four elements for a negligence claim: 

  1. Duty of care. The party allegedly at fault for your accident (the defendant) owed you a duty of care. This means the party had a legal obligation to act with the caution and prudence a reasonable person would exercise in the same circumstances.
  2. A breach of the duty of care. The defendant acted outside of his or her duty of care by behaving carelessly, recklessly or with a wanton disregard for your safety.
  3. Causation. The defendant’s breach of duty must have directly caused or been a substantial contributing factor to your injury. Otherwise, you won’t be able to hold the defendant accountable.
  4. Damages. You must have suffered compensable damages in the accident. Damages can refer to property damage, lost income, medical costs, pain and suffering, and out-of-pocket expenses. They are the reason for the claim – to pursue compensation for your financial damages.

Your personal injury attorney can help you gather evidence to prove these four elements as more likely to be true than not true. This is the burden of proof for all civil claims in Colorado. While this is a lesser burden of proof than in criminal law, which requires proof beyond a reasonable doubt, it can still be difficult to meet its requirements without help from a lawyer.

Contact a Boulder Personal Injury Attorney for Free Today

If you have been injured in an accident in Boulder, Colorado, our attorneys can protect your rights and best interests. We will listen to your story, explain your legal rights as an injured victim, and help you seek fair compensation from the at-fault party or parties.

Our lawyers are here to help you recover financially, physically and emotionally after a serious accident in Boulder. Learn how we can help you today. Contact us online to request a free consultation.