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.

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.

Personal Injury Claims in Colorado Springs

Each state has its own laws that apply to personal injury claims, and Colorado is no exception. Specifically, Colorado imposes certain time limits for filing an injury-related case in court. An injured automobile accident victim normally has just three years from the date of the injury, to file a personal injury lawsuit.

Colorado also utilizes a modified comparative fault rule. This applies when an injured person is partially responsible for the accident that caused the injury. A plaintiff’s damages could be reduced if they are found at least partially responsible for the incident. For this reason alone, it is important to have an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side.

This webpage is not intended to provide legal advice.  Many exceptions and considerations can effect the statute of limitations in any particular case.  You are strongly encouraged to consult a licensed attorney for help in determining the statute of limitations that applies to your case.

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Recoverable Damages

In a personal injury lawsuit, both present and future economic losses may be recovered, as well as certain types of non-economic losses. Medical expenses, loss of earnings capacity, pain and suffering, and emotional distress are among the most common types of losses.
In some cases, punitive damages may also be recovered. This is an additional monetary award designed to punish the defendant for their behavior. These awards can be very high compared to a victim’s losses.
If you have been injured because of another person or company’s negligence, you have a right to seek compensation for your injuries. Our experienced Colorado Springs personal injury law firm can help you and your family after a devastating accident.

Contact Our Colorado Springs Personal Injury Law Firm Today

If you have been injured in a car accident in Colorado Springs, contact our experienced Colorado Springs personal injury Law Firm today to schedule a no-obligation consultation and discuss your case. Call us today at 719-694-8515.

Types of Personal Injury Cases

At the Green Law Firm, our Colorado Springs personal injury lawyers have extensive experience representing individuals who have been injured in:



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