Frequently Asked Questions and Consumer Information
What should I look for when selecting a lawyer?
You should research the firm before you consider hiring one of the attorneys. Ask for information regarding the lawyer’s education, training and experience with cases similar to yours. For personal injury claims, be sure the lawyer is familiar with the laws in Colorado or the state where the accident or injury occurred. Also, review the fee contract in detail with the lawyer to make sure you understand how you will pay the lawyer’s fees and costs at the end of the case.
What do I need to know about my case before contacting your firm?
We spend much of our time obtaining information from clients during the initial contact. We need as much detail as you can provide about your personal injury case. While not necessary, it is helpful to us if you have an accident report, insurance claim numbers and copies of your own insurance policies at the time of the initial interview. Once we have the necessary information, we can make informed decisions about whether to accept your case. This information is also vital to determine how to pursue your case.
What can I expect from my first appointment with your firm?
You will meet with one of our team of experienced personal injury attorneys at the time of your first appointment with our firm. Our attorneys and staff are professional and courteous, and we do our best to make you feel at ease. We allow plenty of time to meet with you and discuss your potential claim. We will discuss the facts of your case and explain the personal injury laws as they might apply to your case and other consumer information. Based in Colorado, our lawyers handle cases throughout the country and the initial consultation with our team is always free. Watch a video about what you can expect with your personal injury case process.
Will I need to pay any money to get started?
We handle most cases on a contingent fee basis, which means we do not get paid unless you make a recovery. We explain the full details of the fee and cost agreement you have with our firm before we begin representing you on your claim.