Personal Injury Lawyer
After an accident, you may be struggling to recover from your injuries, while trying to keep out of crushing financial debt. You may be unable to work and provide for your family. You may be scared and uncertain about what your future looks like. When this occurs, you need an experienced and skilled Boulder personal injury lawyer on your side from the very start. Your attorney will be able to negotiate with insurance companies and ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your injuries.
At Debbie Taussig Law, our Boulder attorneys have extensive experience representing injured accident victims in Boulder, Denver, and throughout Colorado, including victims of:
- Auto Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- DUI Accidents
- Insurance Disputes
- Premises Liability
- School Bullying
We also represent families who have lost a loved one due to another person’s negligence. Our compassionate and caring lawyers will be with you every step of the way, safeguarding your future.
Personal Injury and the Statute of Limitations in Colorado
In the state of Colorado, you only have two years from the date of your accident to file a claim. This is known as the statute of limitations and if you miss this deadline, you could be prevented from filing a claim and seeking compensation. This is done, at least in part, to protect the rights of the defendant, so he or she will not have to spend decades wondering if an injured person is going to sue. Further, witnesses to accidents move, forget details or even die, therefore states have determined that statutes of limitations are necessary for all involved. There are certain circumstances, however, in which an injured person may be able to file a lawsuit after the two-year time limit. An experienced attorney will be able to ensure that you do not miss any critical deadlines for filing a claim.
Other Personal Injury Issues
Colorado operates under the “strict” liability rules for dog bites or dog attacks. In some states dog owners are protected to at least a degree from injury liability the first time their dog bites or attacks a human being, if the owner had no reason to think their dog was dangerous. This is often known as the “one-bite rule.” The state of Colorado, however, holds dog owners strictly liable for injury, meaning the dog’s past behavior is of no concern, and the owner is responsible for any injury inflicted by his or her dog.
Contact Our Personal Injury Law Firm
If you or someone you love has been injured because of another person’s negligence in Boulder, or anywhere in the state of Colorado, you need an aggressive and experienced law firm on your side. Boulder personal injury attorney Debbie Taussig has the experience and resources needed to win your case. Contact Debbie Taussig Law, LLC today for a free initial consultation and review of your case. Call 303.442.0176 or fill out our confidential contact form on this page.