Injured While Riding As A Passenger?
Except under very special circumstances of negligence, passengers injured in car, truck or motorcycle accidents in Colorado can sue for financial damages for medical bills, lost earnings and pain and suffering, even if their own driver is found to be fully responsible for causing the accident.
If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident while riding as a passenger, discuss your case with an attorney at Flesch & Beck Law in Denver or Englewood. We are a team of personal injury lawyers with decades of experience.
Even if a member of your family was the driver, it makes sense to seek the full financial damages you are entitled to from the insurance company.
We know that filing a claim against a relative, friend or colleague’s insurance company may be a difficult decision. At Flesch & Beck Law , we will explain the claims process and the way car insurance works and help you understand why it may be the only way you can recover the financial damages you face.
We have helped passengers who suffered life-changing injuries such as:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Neck and spine injuries, paraplegia
- Bone fractures
- Amputations, loss of limb
- Loss of eyesight
- Severe, permanent scarring
Our experience with cases involving passenger injuries includes accidents such as:
- Drunk driver accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Commercial vehicle and truck accidents
- Accidents in construction zones
- Multi vehicle accidents
- Hit-and-run accidents
- Accidents caused by uninsured or underinsured motorists
- Distracted or texting driver accidents
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Our team of personal injury lawyers is ready to go to work to protect your rights. Call us at or send an email with a brief description of your accident. We will respond as soon as possible to schedule a time to meet to discuss your case.
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Please call us at 720-689-0322 or email our team to speak with an attorney. We look forward to speaking with you.