Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyers

Small Law Firm Service, Big Law Firm POwer.

10,000 Clients Served | Millions in Settlements

PRACTICE AREAS

Car Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Truck Accidents

Bicycle Accidents

Bus Accidents

Brain Injury

Personal Injury

Infant Formula/NEC

Complex Litigation

10,000 CLIENTS SERVED

Accidents hurt in more ways than one. They damage your car, damage your body, and take you away from the good times in your life. While you can’t go back and change the past, you can change how you go from here. Don’t let your accident negatively affect your life forever. Be bigger than your accident. Be bold and fight back. We will help you along the way. 

BIGGER SETTLEMENTS

We get our clients more than 3.5 times what clients get on their own.*

*according to the Insurance Research Council

MILLIONS IN SETTLEMENTS

We have recovered millions in personal injury settlements for our clients.

Are you ready to get what is rightfully yours?

Don’t Be Taken Advantage Of

Insurance company’s business model is based on profits. They only make a profit if they screw people over. Don’t help insurance companies make millions more every year by being doormat. Stand up for yourself.
Be Bigger. Be Bold. Be Better. Fight back with Warrior.

Colorado Springs Car Accident Law Firm

When a car accident in Colorado Springs happens to you, you deserve to have the absolute best car accident attorneys fighting for you. We started Warrior for exactly this purpose.

Colorado Springs car crashes happen every day. They are the unfortunate side effect of the ease of mobility and the modern-day metropolis. The metro-Colorado Springs area provides a great street and highway network, yet you can never escape the danger that follows the use of vehicles.

Drivers of cars, trucks and 18-wheelers often drive negligent and with little care for those around them. If you or a loved one have been seriously injured or suffered a wrongful death due to a Colorado Springs car wreck, you owe it to yourself and your family to find out if you have the right to pursue a claim against the negligent driver.
Colorado Springs car accidents are the most significant number of personal injury claims filed each year. While a lucky few escape a car wreck without injury, the majority result in car accidents injuries.

The neck and back are most likely to be injured in a collision with a car. Mild traumatic brain injuries, vision issues, and permanent injuries can occur in even low-speed crashes. After a car accident on Woodmen Ave., for example, you must seek proper medical attention immediately. Not only will you get the treatment you need, but it also increases the value of your case. Insurance companies value claims higher when the injured victim promptly seeks medical attention after the car accident.

Must-Know Information!

No Settlement Offer Required: There are no laws that require the insurance company for the at-fault driver to offer you a settlement. Without being asked, they will never make you an offer and will leave you with mounting medical bills and debt.

Property Damage ≠ Money for Injuries: If the insurance company for the at-fault driver pays for the property damage done to your car, this is not an admission of liability on their part. They are not required to pay your medical bills or provide any additional money for pain and suffering.

Recorded Statements: Never agree to give the insurance company a recorded statement. Insurance adjusters are trained to deceive you and try to get you to admit that the accident was partially your fault. Recorded statements will always be used against you and provide no benefit to your case.

Coverage Limits: The insurance company will not, and is not required to, tell you the applicable limits of coverage on the at-fault driver’s policy. They could have $25,000 in coverage, or $1,000,000 in liability policy limits.

Health Insurance: If you have health insurance and pay some or all of your medical bills relating to the accident, you will typically have to pay the health insurance company back if you receive a settlement.

Release = End of Claim: If you sign a settlement release, you are forever giving up your right to recover more money from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. They will always try to get you to sign the release and accept a very low settlement right from the start, regardless of whether it is in your best interest.

Injured In a Colorado Springs Car Accident? 

A Colorado Springs car crash is going to come with an immediate onset of pain, anxiety, and stress as you scramble to figure out how you are going to pay your medical bills, recover from your injuries, and continue to provide for your family.

The steps you take after a car crash can make or break your legal case. In fact, doing the wrong things can prevent you from recovering any money at all from the at-fault driver, or at least lower the value of your case. Sticking to these tips from our car wreck attorneys will ensure that you preserve your claim and take the proper steps to increase the value of your case.

 

  • Make sure an accident report is filled if the police did not respond to the scene.
  • Write in your own words how the accident happened.
  • Maintain a copy of witnesses’ contact information
  • Take pictures of the accident scene if possible.
  • Do not speak with any insurance companies, except your own.
  • Seek medical attention right away.
  • Read the 10 Mistakes to Avoid guide.

Do I Have a Car Accident Case?

A car accident claim is based off the legal theory of negligence. To be successful in a negligence lawsuit, you have to show that the other driver owed you a duty to operate their car safely, that they failed to operate their car in a safe way, that you suffered physical injuries in the accident, and that your injuries are causally related to the fact the other driver failed to operate their car safely.

When you first meet with your attorney, they will ask you questions based on factors of negligence. Much of the discussion during your initial consultation will focus on how the accident happened. It is okay if you were partially at fault for causing the accident, so long as the other driver was more at fault then you were.

You do have a car accident case if the other driver was at fault in causing the car accident, and it can be demonstrated that the collision caused your injuries.

Do I Need a Car Accident Attorney?

Not everyone needs to hire a Colorado Springs car accident attorney after their accident. In fact, a few are probably better off without hiring an attorney. The truth of the matter is, though, the vast majority of people will benefit from legal representation. The law is extremely complex, and an understanding of the ways an insurance company values a case is paramount to receiving fair compensation.

Know this: multiple studies have found that people who retain a personal injury lawyer receive on average four times the amount of compensation compare with those who do not hire an attorney.

What Does a Car Accident Attorney Cost?

The personal injury attorneys at Warrior take your case on a contingency fee basis. This means you do not have to pay your attorney unless they recover a settlement for you. If they are unsuccessful for any reason, then you owe your attorney nothing.

You also do not have to pay anything when you retain a Warrior car accident attorney, nor do you have to pay anything while your case is ongoing. Your attorneys will front all of the costs and will spend their own money. The attorney’s fee will come out of the settlement. This is contrary to how most attorneys charge, which is almost always on an hourly basis or based on a retainer agreement.

Because there is no risk to you, doing a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer is always a good idea. You have absolutely nothing to lose when you meet with an injury attorney to discuss your case, and your chances of making a successful claim are vastly improved.

What Is My Case Worth?

After a Colorado Springs car accident, you should never act out of fear or anger. While you may feel vindicated by accepting a quick settlement from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, the offer is substantially less than what you are likely to receive after hiring a personal injury attorney. An experienced car accident lawyer knows how to increase the value of your case quickly and ethically so that you receive every penny that you deserve.

The amount your car accident case is worth will be dependent on several factors, and insurance companies value every case differently. Your claim will largely depend on the dollar value of your medical expenses but can be significantly higher if you have had to miss work or are seriously injured.

In the majority of personal injury cases, the value of your case cannot be determined until you have finished treatment for your injuries or have gotten to the point of maximum medical improvement. In very serious car wrecks that result in catastrophic injuries, the value of the case can be calculated fairly quickly because the injuries are typically permanent in nature.

While we can’t give you a dollar figure without knowing all the details of your specific case, you can visit the page below to learn more about what factors go into determining the value of a car accident settlement.

What Types of Damages Can I Get?

We divide personal injury damages into two categories: special damages and general damages.

Special damages refer to those losses that are easily calculated, such as your medical expenses and lost wages. You will have solid proof of what your medical bills are, as well as the amount of work you missed or will continue to miss in the future. While insurance companies will still fight hard before paying compensation for either, special damages are much easier to recover in a car accident than general damages.

General damages are those types of losses on which it is difficult to place a dollar value. How much money compensates a person for the physical and mental pain that they felt because of their injuries is very difficult, if not impossible to calculate. General damages include losses such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and emotional distress.