Personal Injury

Experience Matters - Proven Results by Pamela Maass Garrett

  • $4.2 Million Dollar Verdict in a motorcycle crash case
  • $1.2 Million Dollar Verdict in Slip and Fall Case
  • Over 40 jury trials as deputy district attorney

Victims of personal injuries are bombarded with television and online advertisements of lawyers with fancy slogans. Based solely on these advertisements, personal injury victims hire these “famous attorneys” only to find out that they will never actually get to speak or meet with the attorney and instead are handed off through a series of secretaries, paralegals, and associates. These victims end up as just another number in the attorney’s huge caseload and their case does not receive the personalized attention that it deserves.

At Maass Law, we believe that when you hire an attorney, you should meet with an attorney, and work with an attorney throughout your entire case. We realize that while we have various personal injury and auto accident cases, you only have one, and we focus on providing you the hands on treatment that you deserve throughout your entire case. We are a boutique firm and we focus on offering real legal solutions.

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Colorado Car Accident Lawyer Fighting For Accident Victims

We represent clients throughout Colorado who have been injured due to another’s negligence, carelessness or wrongful acts. Our firm handles a broad range of personal injury cases, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Uninsured or underinsured motorist issues
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Trucking accidents caused by:
  • Truck driver error
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Truck driver alcohol and drug abuse
  • Trucking company negligence
  • Defective truck parts and equipment
  • Brake failure or faulty truck maintenance
  • Premises liability
  • Slip-and-fall/trip-and-fall accidents
  • Ski accidents
  • Elevator/escalator accidents
  • Sexual Assault
  • Massage Therapist Sexual Abuse
  • Medical Sexual Assault
  • Therapist Sexual Assault
  • Inadequate Security Sexual Assault
  • Hotel Sexual Assault
  • Nightclub Sexual Assault
  • Childhood Sexual Abuse
  • Daycare child sexual abuse
  • School sexual abuse
  • Railway accidents
  • Aviation accidents
  • Nursing home neglect and abuse
  • Pharmacy negligence
  • Construction accidents

Our Attorneys Focus on Serious Injury Cases

In order to provide high quality service to those most in need, our Denver personal injury law form focuses primarily on those cases in which the victim suffered severe, life-changing or catastrophic injury, such as:

  • Brain injury or trauma
  • Back and spinal cord injury — Including paralysis resulting in paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Amputation or other injury resulting in disability
  • Wrongful death claims in fatal accidents

We deal with the insurance companies to protect your rights

Insurance companies that deny legitimate claims, delay or make only partial payments or refuse to investigate a claim in a timely fashion are said to be operating in bad faith. This means that they may be in violation of Colorado unfair claims practices law. Our Denver firm deals with the insurance company adjusters from the moment we start representing you to ensure you get the fair recovery you need and deserve.

Contact a Denver personal injury attorney at Maass Law, for a free case evaluation to discuss your situation and your concerns. You pay nothing unless you receive a financial settlement or award. Call our office at 720.899.3541

Understanding Personal Injury Claims

A personal injury case is a legal claim that arises from injuries caused by the negligence, or fault of another person or institution. Personal injury cases include car accidents, slip and fall incidents, ski accidents, bike accidents or situations when injuries were caused by another person or institution (i.e. sexual assault, assaults, abuse).

Most personal injury cases have common features

  • an injury
  • medical bills incurred through treatment
  • lost wages
  • a residual or permanent injury

Personal Injury Cases Begin with an Injury

For example, in an accident where there is no physical harm, the victim may sue the responsible party for property damage but they would not have a personal injury case. Without a physical and/or emotional injury, it doesn’t matter who was at fault or how careless the other person was. If there were no injuries, there is no personal injury case.

The second essential element in every personal injury case is legal fault by another person or institution. If there is no fault, no one is legally responsible for the injury and no one can be sued. It is not uncommon for an injury to be entirely the victim’s fault. Often, however, somebody else’s negligence is to blame.

Proving fault

Some cases proving fault is easy, like when a vehicle rear ends another vehicle. But even apparently simple cases can raise legal or factual questions. For example, who is to blame when both drivers are asserting the other is at fault? Personal injury lawyers can help investigate negligence.

An experienced personal injury law firm like Maass law, investigates and develops a strategy to prove liability. 

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