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Why Hire Fort Collins Trial Lawyers?

We focus on our clients

At our firm, clients come first. We care about the individuals we represent and work hard so victims and their families can obtain the justice they deserve. Our team believes there is a direct correlation between our passion for what we do and our continued success in fighting for the rights of the injured. Our track record affirms this. We have proven our ability to win.

We take the time necessary

As our client, you can always rely on us to be available for your questions and concerns. We work very hard to give each case the nuanced advocacy required. Rather than overloading our attorneys with cases, we are selective so that we can be sure to give each case we accept the full attention it needs. Our firm is available to clients 24/7 throughout the duration of their case.

We are respected in our field

Our lead attorney is a member of the prestigious, invitation-only Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and has been named among The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40. Our reputation in the profession only affirms what our clients already know: When it comes to fighting for the injured, Jordan Law is a team on which you can count.

Contact Our Fort Collins Wrongful Death Lawyers

If you recently lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, Jordan Law can help. We understand Colorado’s wrongful death statutes deeply and are available to help you navigate the complex claims process.

  • We have decades of experience handling many types of personal injury and wrongful death claims. Our attorneys have the experience, skills, and background necessary to craft a compelling case.
  • Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis for maximum affordability. You do not pay legal fees unless we win, and we will take an agreed-upon percentage of your settlement as payment.
  • Our attorneys prepare every case as if it is going to trial and will not hesitate to move your claim to the courtroom if necessary.

Frequently Asked Wrongful Death Questions

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Under Colorado law, only certain individuals can file a wrongful death claim on behalf of the deceased. In the first year after the death, only the surviving spouse can file a wrongful death claim. During the second year after the death, both the surviving spouse and any surviving children may file this lawsuit.

What If the Deceased Did Not Have a Spouse Or Children?

If the deceased person did not have a spouse or children, his or her parents may file the claim. In addition, the deceased person’s estate representative may also file a similar claim to recover certain losses, such as final care expenses and burial and funeral costs.

What Are Common Types of Wrongful Death Accidents?

Many accidents can result in a wrongful death — the unifying thread through each type is the negligent actions of another person or entity. Some of the most common types of wrongful death accidents include the following:

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Dangerous or defective products
  • Truck accidents
  • Workplace accidents

How to Prove a Wrongful Death Claim in Colorado?

To prove that the death of your loved one was wrongful, you and your attorney will need to establish that the circumstances surrounding his or her accident involved negligence. You will need to prove the following elements to accomplish this.

  • The at-fault party owed the deceased person a duty of care.
  • The at-fault party breached his or her duty of care.
  • The breach of care directly caused the deceased person’s death.

Establishing these facts can be difficult without legal assistance — and Jordan Law has the resources, knowledge, and skills you need. We will work closely with you to learn your loved one’s story and launch a full-scale investigation to gather the evidence necessary to prove your case.