If you or a loved one have been injured by the negligent actions of another driver, contact the Manitou Springs car accident attorneys of the Green Law Firm, P.C. for experienced, dedicated help.
Manitou Springs is a beautiful town located just outside of Colorado Springs that over 5,300 people call home.
Located at the base of Pikes Peak, the town has some major tourist attractions, including a full size replica of Anasazi Indian cliff dwellings, and Cave of the Winds.
A railroad even extends from Manitou Springs to the top of Pikes Peak, offering a beautiful scenic ride to tourists and locals.
Situated directly along the U.S. Route 24, Manitou Springs is bordered by Mt. Manitou, Red Mountain, and Engelmann Canyon.
Residents in Manitou Springs often commute to work in Colorado Springs an average of 26 minutes and they work in a variety of sectors, from telecom to the military.
In fact, there is a large military presence in Manitou Springs due to the presences of the U.S. Air Force Academy and the Space Command.
Car Accidents in Manitou Springs
Car accidents in Manitou Springs are not uncommon. From minor fender benders to more serious head on collisions, these accidents can result in serious injury and even death.
The Manitou Springs car accident attorneys of the Green Law Firm, P.C., have the experience and resources needed to tackle even the most complex car accident case. They has represented victims of:
- Rear end collisions,
- Side impact or T-bone crashes,
- Head on collisions,
- Drunk driving accidents,
- Distracted driving accidents,
- Uninsured motorist accidents,
- Underinsured motorist accidents,
- Hit and run crashes,
- Rollover crashes,
- and more.
Injuries from a Car Accident in Manitou Springs
Even minor accidents can result in serious injury. The human body is not made to withstand forces of a car accident and the injuries that result can be life-changing.
At Green Law Firm, P.C. we have experience representing car accident victims that have sustained:
- Broken bones,
- Head trauma,
- Brain injuries,
- Spinal cord injuries,
- Neck injuries – whiplash,
- Internal organ damage,
- Internal bleeding,
- Burn injuries.