Fort Collins Personal Injury Lawyers
When you’re suffering the effects of an injury or grieving the death of a family member because of someone else’s careless, reckless, or negligent act, you can’t help but to feel that life is unfair. If you’re injured, your medical bills are pouring in, just when you are the least able to pay them, because you may not be able to return to work. If a family member died in an accident, you are suffering emotionally and possibly financially, especially if the deceased was a major source of income for your family. It is important to seek the help of an experienced and successful Fort Collins injury lawyer if you or a family member have been the victim of a personal injury.
Why should you be suffering because another person or company or government entity did something wrong?
The answer is, you shouldn’t. And although nothing can bring your loved one back or restore your health to the way it once was, you may be able to recover monetary compensation for your losses with the help of the Tenge Law Firm.
Is a Lawyer Necessary to Recover Money?
Yes and no. No because there is nothing in the law that prevents you from trying to negotiate directly with the insurance company that covers the person who caused your injury. But is doing so in your best interest? Almost never. Insurance companies train their adjusters to dispose of damage claims at the lowest possible cost to the company. They are professionals who do this day in and day out.
The average accident victim usually has no idea of the value of the claim. The adjuster knows this and will take full advantage for the insurer’s benefit.
So yes, you really do need to have a lawyer. But don’t call the one who did such a good job on your real estate closing. To avoid being taken advantage of and to improve your likelihood of obtaining a recovery that fairly compensates you for all of your economic and non-economic damages, you need a dedicated personal injury and wrongful death attorney, not a generalist. A lawyer who exclusively accepts cases in one area of law is much better able to successfully resolve bodily injury cases, both in and out of court.
Personal Injury Law in Fort Collins
At the Tenge Law Firm in Ft. Collins, our practice is limited to personal injury and insurance litigation; it’s all we do. We are aggressive, highly skilled, and extremely knowledgeable specialists who know this area of the law inside and out and have earned the respect and highest ratings our peers in the legal community and from our clients. We have an enviable record of recovering substantial damage awards for injury victims and their families in nearly a quarter of a century of practice, and enjoy a reputation as being one of the most effective personal injury firms in Colorado. Our Martindale-Hubbell and AVVO ratings are the highest possible.
Cases We Handle
When recovering your damages and holding the responsible party legally accountable is important to you, you can’t do better than bringing the Tenge firm on board. We have the experience, skills, dedication, and resources to investigate and thoroughly prepare your case.
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Uninsured and underinsured motorist claims
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Common carrier transportation accidents
- Construction accidents
- ATV accidents
- Defective products
- Slip, trip, and fall premises accidents
- Insurance disputes and ERISA claims
- Nursing home abuse
- Wrongful death
Ft. Collins Injury Law Firm Legal Consultation
We are superior negotiators and can usually get you an excellent settlement without having to go to court. The insurance companies know that if they are not prepared to make a full, fair, and reasonable settlement offer now, they’ll face us in the courtroom.
Above all, we are trial lawyers. From the minute we accept your case, we begin to investigate, document, and meticulously prepare it for a jury, should a trial become necessary to get you the recovery you need and deserve.
Contact the Tenge Law Firm in Ft. Collins to schedule a personalized no-cost, no-obligation consultation. Colorado law restricts the amount of time in which you can file a law suit, so don’t risk losing your right to a recovery. Get started today.