We focus exclusively on personal injury law and have represented clients in a wide variety of claims including car accidents, defective products, catastrophic injury and more. If you or a loved one have suffered serious injuries, our Denver accident lawyers can help. We offer a free and confidential case evaluation and never charge a fee unless we recover compensation in your case.
Why Choose The Law Firm of Jeremy Rosenthal
Personal injury law is all we do. Unlike some larger firms, our clients never get passed off to a junior associate. Denver injury attorney, Jeremy Rosenthal, handles every case we take and has spent the last 12 years fighting for just compensation the injured. We understand how to handle complex cases, how to deal with big corporations and insurance companies, and are not afraid to go to trial on our client’s behalf. We also have the resources to properly prosecute cases and handle all costs associated with your claim. We pride ourselves on being the most responsive law firm in Colorado, so call today to see how we can help you recover from your injury.
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal injury law, also known as tort law, deals with cases where a person suffers harm or injury, usually due to the negligence of another person or company. After an accident or injury you will often have to deal with an insurance company to settle your claim. These cases can involve:
Our dedicated injury attorneys have represented clients in a multitude of claims and have stood up to big insurance companies to ensure adequate compensation is received. Hiring a Denver personal injury lawyer is the best thing you can do after an accident in Colorado, we will ensure someone protects your rights at ever step of your claim.
What Types of Damages Can I Recover in a Personal Injury Claim?
The damages you can recover for your personal injury claim depend on the unique circumstances of your case. There is no set amount you will be reimbursed for your injuries but insurance companies and courts tend to look at the extent of your injuries or the extent of the property damaged that occurred due to the incident. The more serious your injuries, the more likely you will be awarded higher compensation. The types of compensation you can receive, include:
- Medical bills related to your injuries, including ongoing treatment, medications, and hospital visits
- Future medical bills, in cases where your injuries require ongoing or long term treatment
- Loss of wages for missed work
- Future wages if your injuries continue cause you to miss work
- Pain and suffering, including mental anguish
- Loss of consortium or companionship
- Punitive damages including jail time or community service
The most critical concept in personal injury law is that of negligence. If you believe that the reckless or negligent actions of another party have led to an injury that has affected your quality of life, there is a chance that you have a legal right to be compensated for the damages, both economic and non-economic. Contact our office today for a free case consultation.