Colorado Winter Car Accident Lawyer
Denver Black Ice Accident Attorney
Driving in Colorado in the winter, particularly in the Rocky Mountains, means dealing with potentially dangerous weather conditions, including black ice and white outs. Drivers need to take care to consider these conditions when they get behind the wheel. When they go too fast for conditions or otherwise fail to drive safely and cause an accident that harms an innocent victim, they cannot blame the weather. They can be held responsible.
If you were in a car accident — during the winter — that was caused by another driver failing to drive appropriately for the weather conditions, you have the right to pursue compensation. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you understand all your options and fight to get you the money you need for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other expenses.
Auto Accidents Caused by Snow, Sleet and Ice
At the Colorado Law Offices of Robert Paysinger, P.C., we have been assisting Denver area car accident injury victims for more than 30 years. We understand the unique aspects of handling winter auto accidents, including the tendency for the negligent driver to blame the weather conditions.
We approach these accidents in the same way we approach other accident cases: We prove the driver’s negligence and demonstrate the severity of the injury, using all of the evidence we can find. Investigation is crucial, and we will not hesitate to go beyond the police report and interview witnesses ourselves in order to gather every detail needed to make a successful case and get you the money you need.
Contact a Colorado Winter Car Accident Attorney Today
Contact our law office today for a free initial consultation with a Colorado winter car accident attorney. You can reach a representative at any time, day or night. Call (303)279-0221 for immediate assistance or send us an e-mail.
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