Personal Injury Services in Greenwood Village, CO
At Armitage Law
, we focus our practice on legal matters that can most benefit from skilled and experienced courtroom litigators, including personal injury and medical malpractice, general commercial and civil litigation, and criminal defense
. Below is a brief overview of our major areas of practice. If you have legal needs in any of these areas in the Denver metro area or anywhere in Colorado
, contact Armitage Law for personal care and attention from an experienced attorney dedicated to achieving results.
Being hurt by negligence or wrongful conduct is bad enough; you shouldn't have to bear the additional burden of paying for your medical expenses and future medical care. If the injury has caused you to miss work or rendered you unable to work at your old job, the party responsible for your injuries should make up for your lost wages and income. The pain and suffering and trauma you experience are every bit as real as the physical injury itself, even though it may not have a direct, “economic” cost. While nothing can make up for your injury or loss, justice requires that you not suffer further by shouldering the costs of another's misconduct; we fight to hold responsible parties accountable for their misdeeds and make sure they compensate you for your damages.
- Auto/Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- DUI and Traffic Accidents
The attorney at the Denver law office of Armitage Law, seek justice for people in Colorado who have suffered a personal injury or lost a loved one in wrongful death due to a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall, defective product, medical malpractice, or other negligence.
If you are injured due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of another, the law allows you to recover compensation from the responsible party for the damages caused to you, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Actually obtaining this compensation, however, is not easy. As the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, you have the burden of proving to a jury that the accident was the defendant's fault. You also have to justify the amount of money you are seeking to the jury. Meanwhile, the defendant and his or her insurance company lawyers will deny any responsibility and may try to place the blame on you for causing the accident or injury. And even if you do succeed, your recovery is limited by law to a certain amount.
At Armitage Law, we have decades of experience settling and litigating personal injury claims. We know how to prepare and present a case that will yield a favorable settlement or jury verdict that compensates you for your injuries. We also know how and when the statutory damages caps can be exceeded, and we utilize these strategies whenever appropriate to make sure you receive the full recovery to which you are entitled.
Our lawyers handle serious injuries arising from a wide range of incidents, including the following:
We handle automobile accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents resulting in serious injuries, including traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and burn injuries. Most often motor vehicle accidents require dealing with an insurance company, either under the other driver's liability insurance or your own company in the case of an uninsured motorist claim. In either case, the insurance company claims adjustors and lawyers will try to pay as little as possible on a claim, or deny responsibility altogether. If you are unrepresented, the insurance carrier will nearly always offer you far less than your claim is worth. The insurance companies that we have dealt with are aware of our ability to accurately assess the value of a claim and successfully try a case if a full and fair settlement offer is not proposed by the insurance carrier.
When a person's negligence or misconduct has caused the death of another, the law allows the spouse and heirs to recover compensation for the damage done to them. This includes direct economic costs such as medical bills the family must pay, funeral and burial expenses, and the loss of future earnings and benefits from the deceased, as well as “noneconomic” damages such as the family members' grief, loss of companionship, pain and suffering, and emotional stress.
Seek Experienced Legal Representation
Most personal injury cases settle without a trial, but unless the insurance company knows that you are prepared to go trial and are represented by a competent and successful law firm, they are unlikely to settle or make an offer that reflects what your case is really worth. Our attorney has civil litigation experience with a record of success that says we are capable and willing of going to trial and winning a favorable verdict. We are devoted to achieving a successful result for you, whether it takes extensive negotiations or a full trial. If you have been seriously injured in an automobile accident or other personal injury, contact Armitage Law for a free consultation.