Look no further than Jordan, Herington & Rowley to represent your Boulder personal injury case. We will advocate aggressively on your behalf, handling all necessary paperwork and investigatory processes so you can focus on your recovery.
Why Choose Us?
- Our firm values open, honest communication with each of our clients. We will always be available to answer any questions and inform you of important case updates.
- We operate on a contingency fee basis for maximum affordability. You do not have to pay legal fees unless we secure a settlement for you.
- Navigating the Colorado justice system can be a challenge. Our Boulder personal injury attorneys have years of trial experience in Colorado courts and will guide you through the process, step-by-step.
Common Types of Personal Injury Cases
A personal injury is any injury you sustain as a result of someone else’s negligence. The injuries and damages sustained in your accident can be physical, financial, and emotional — you may be eligible to claim compensation for many of these damages.
Many types of accidents can involve personal injuries, but the prevailing thread between all successful personal injury cases is a breach of duty of care by the at-fault party. Some of the most common types of personal injury claims include the following.
- Car accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slip and falls on someone else’s property
- Truck accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Dangerous and defective products
The attorneys at Jordan, Herington & Rowley have significant experience representing clients in Boulder and beyond in each of these practice areas, along with many more. We understand the strategies and processes necessary to help you obtain maximum possible compensation.
Is There a Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases?
Under Colorado law, all civil cases are subject to a statute of limitations, or a deadline by which you must file your claim. If you do not file your lawsuit within this period, the court will likely dismiss your case and you will lose your chances at obtaining a settlement.
You have two years from the date of your injury or accident to file your claim. If you did not discover the injury until a later date, you may have two years from the date of discovery to file your lawsuit.
If you have recently experienced a personal injury, you must act quickly to ensure you meet the statute of limitations. The personal injury attorneys at Jordan, Herington & Rowley will work quickly to complete the paperwork and preliminary investigations necessary to file your claim, helping you seek the funds you need to recover.
Contact Our Boulder Personal Injury Attorneys Today
Are you suffering from the aftermath of a personal injury in Boulder? Don’t wait — contact Jordan, Herington & Rowley as soon as possible to begin filing your lawsuit.
Our attorneys will work closely with you to help you understand your legal options and strategize your next steps. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation at our office in Greenwood Village.