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Thornton Personal Injury Lawyer

If you or a loved one have been harmed in any type of accident resulting from the negligent actions of another person, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering. Thornton personal injury lawyers can examine all the aspects of your case, advise you of all your legal options. If you do decide to go to court, distinguished personal injury attorneys can fight for you every step of the way.

What are the Recoverable Damages in a Personal Injury Case?

Calculating damages is not an easy task. An injury can constitute a number of types of harm, whether the harm suffered is physical, mental, emotional, or otherwise. If someone has suffered such an injury, they may be entitled to damages. Damages is a legal term used to describe the amount of money that is due to the plaintiff, in order to compensate for their injury.

Damages can be due to pain and suffering, loss of consortium, or otherwise. Loss of consortium is a type of harm suffered when someone loses a member of their family. In the State of Colorado, under Colorado Revised Statutes Section 14-2-209, spouses of a victim of a personal injury or accident can recover damages.

Common Accidents

Accidents happen for a variety of reasons. People can act carelessly, otherwise known as negligently, or they can act recklessly. There is an important difference between these two ideas. A careless action is a result of when a person is either not paying attention or simply is not thinking. A reckless action is different in that in order to be reckless, the person may know that the activity in which they are participating is illegal and/or dangerous.

What is Comparative Negligence?

Whether an accident is due to a careless or reckless action, the end result is still the same. Someone gets hurt. Most types of personal injury and accident claims are formed under a theory of comparative negligence. Under Colorado Revised Statutes Section 13-21-1111, someone can be found to be somewhat liable for the accident in question.

However, if after a reasonable examination of all evidence and testimony, a judge finds that they were less negligent than the other party, the plaintiff will still be able to be compensated for the injury they suffered. It can be extremely important to have a Thornton personal injury lawyer on someone’s side as an advisor during this process.

How an Attorney Can Help

Personal injury lawyers in Thornton can help in a variety of ways, including:

  • Conducting a thorough investigation of the accident in question
  • Interviewing and taking testimony from any witnesses;
  • Determining the various timelines and deadlines that may have to filed a claim
  • Drafting a claim(s) in a well-formulated complaint to be submitted in a court of law
  • Calculating damages owed to the plaintiff
  • Litigating their claim in court for the best possible outcome that makes sense for them
  • Preparing the individual for their court appearance

You deserve to be compensated for the harm you have suffered. Thornton personal injury lawyers can help you with every step of the way to pursue justice in a court of law.

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