• Jill Russell

What is a Personal Injury Case?

If you are injured due to someone else's negligence, you may be entitled to damages to cover your expenses as well as your pain and suffering.



When a person or business fails to exercise the degree of care necessary to protect others from injury, the legal term is "negligence." Proving a party was negligent is the foundation for most personal injury claims in Colorado.


Examples of negligence that could lead to a personal injury case, include:

  • A driver who causes a crash because they were texting and driving or otherwise not paying proper attention;

  • A driver who ignores the speed limit and causes an accident while speeding;

  • A business that fails to remedy a hazard, such as a wet floor or cracked sidewalk;

  • A doctor who fails to adhere to the proper standard of care during a medical procedure.

Any type of bodily injury suffered as a result of an accident can be filed as a personal injury claim, whether it is from an auto collision, a slip and fall, or a medical error.


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