Personal injury cases stem from accidents caused by negligent behavior from another person or company. The reasons vary from motorcycle accidents to slipping and falling on an icy driveway. Over the past 20 years, Boulder personal injury lawyer Ed Smith has gained experience dealing with personal injuries throughout Boulder and Longmont, CO caused by several different factors. Learn more about each area he deals with below.
Car accidents change lives in the blink of an eye. Learn how to protect your rights and see to it that you recover all damages you are entitled to including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability, out-of-pocket expenses, etc.
Ed Smith understands that insurance companies often treat motorcyclists unfairly, taking the position that the rider assumed the risk of injury by simply being on a motorcycle. He aggressively fights to get what you deserve.
If you’re hit by a car while walking or riding a bike, you may be entitled to money damages that include medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability, etc.
If you were injured in a place where you had the right to feel safe, premises liability claims can be made when property owners show negligence.
When the death of a loved one was caused due to a person or company’s negligence, it’s time to call a personal injury attorney to bring a wrongful death claim against the responsible party.
Call Ed Smith If you were injured on the job and your claim is either being denied or you are being low-balled by the insurance company.
Accidents involving semis can be catastrophic due to their massive size. If you’ve been injured in a truck accident, Ed Smith can help you receive compensation from the trucking company for all of your accident related damages.
Slipping and falling on someone else’s property can cause broken bones, fractures or even serious back, neck or head injuries. Don’t pay for your medical bills yourself when someone else is at fault.
Is your insurance company not treating you fairly? Are they dragging their feet? Delaying payment? Your insurance company owes you the duty to investigate and process your claim promptly and fairly. If they do not, you may be entitled to damages and attorneys fees.