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Dealing with the aftermath of an auto accident is often challenging. Victims usually must find a way to cope with unexpected and undeserved physical pain and suffering they experienced following the crash. This is in addition to the financial ramifications of the crash, typically manifested in medical expenses and lost wages. Taken as a whole, these damages can be emotionally devastating. Sometimes, car accident victims feel so overwhelmed that they feel paralyzed. This feeling can further jeopardize their future, especially when the accident in question was caused by the negligence of another.

However, car accident victims may be able to pursue compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. From the beginning, negligent drivers and their insurance companies may be quick to make a settlement offer, but victims need to carefully analyze the strength and value of their case before agreeing to one of these agreements. That is where a skilled legal advocate, like those at the Vance & Larson Law Firm may be able to help.

Although many car accident cases are similar, each is unique in its own way. This means that victims need an individualized approach to their legal claims. At our firm, we treat each client like a member of our family, meaning we give every client the extensive attention they and their claim deserves. Because we are experienced in this area of the law, we know how to analyze a case and develop strong legal arguments to support our clients’ positions. This allows them to better assess settlement offers and whether to take a case to trial when warranted.

Our legal team recognizes the difficulties individuals face when they or their loved one has been injured in a car accident. Many Coloradoans have turned to us for assistance in these times because they recognize our ability to relieve the burden of having to deal with the legal system on their own. We’re proud of ability to reach favorable results for these individuals, and we look forward to championing the rights of other car accident victims for years to come.