After they've been injured in an accident or suffered property damage, the last thing people expect is to be attacked and discredited by the insurance companies. When hurt, people rarely are at their best. When victimized further by an insurance adjuster suggesting that you are lying, cheating or trying to defraud the insurer, outrage and anger can develop. The adjuster will speak in industry language or jargon and create a mystifying and incomprehensible process when you need help. Instead of making things clear, the falsely friendly adjusters, in pleasant tones, make unpleasant suggestions that the insurance company has become the victim and you are the victimizer.
While insurance, properly functioning, should be a "lawyer-free" process, the industry creates so many false obstacles and delays that people turn to the legal process for ultimate help. Our lawyers are strong advocates for your legal rights. We have some 50 years' experience handling insurance and injury matters. We use many resources through an extended network of experts to help guide the insurance industry into making the right call for injured people.
Our firm has extensive experience helping victims of crashes caused by drunk drivers, careless truckers,motorists or motorcyclists, even if the person was a pedestrian crossing the street. When others do not follow the rules and harm someone else, we ask juries and judges to enforce those rules and not shift the loss onto the backs of innocent people who never broke the rules in the first place.
Colorado Accident Lawyer
The Blankenship Law Offices, represent people and businesses hurt by others, from unsafe drivers to unscrupulous insurance company practices. The office serves personal injury and insurance bad faith clients throughout the Denver metro region, the I-70 and I-25 corridors and in communities throughout the state. Contact our firm by phone, e-mail or post to schedule a free initial consultation. Most cases are taken on a contingency or percentage basis when the injured party cannot afford to pay hourly like the insurance industry does. Injury victims pledge a portion of their outcomes so they can afford legal counsel and even the playing field with the well-financed defense bar.