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Your Colorado Springs Car Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one were hurt in an car accident due to a careless driver, it’s important to know you have rights. Don’t let the insurance company take advantage of you! Our Colorado Springs car accident lawyers at Heuser & Heuser specialize in fighting for people injured in car accidents and have helped thousands of people in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and the surrounding Southern Colorado communities just like you. Fill out our form or call us right now to find out how much your case is worth.

Getting Help Is Fast & Easy

As soon as you call us at 719-520-9909, we start working on your case right away. From then on, we handle everything. It really is just that easy!

You Deserve to Be Paid

Get every dollar you’re entitled to! Our team of experienced attorneys will make sure you’re not taken advantage of by the insurance company.

We Know What You’re Going Through

Getting hurt in a car accident can be a life-altering experience. The questions and the stress and frustration keep piling up. Who’s going to pay for your car repairs and medical bills? What about the time you miss from work, your lost wages, and pain & suffering? You’re worried about where the money is going to come from and all you want to do is take care of your family. You don’t know where to start.

That’s where we come in. We handle all the hassles so you don’t have to! You just focus on getting better — let us deal with all the paperwork and negotiating with the insurance company. Get organized and contact our Colorado Springs car accident lawyers right now for a free, one-on-one consultation. We’ll give you free, no-obligation advice on what to do next.

We’ve Helped Thousands of Injured People Get The Money They Deserve

$1,200,000

Truck Accident

Client was hit by a truck, sustaining ankle injuries, a broken pelvis, broken ribs, and a broken wrist. Client required surgery.

$550,000

Auto Accident

Client was involved in a roll over accident. Client sustained head, neck, and back injuries which required rehabilitative care, several surgeries, and extensive therapy.

$475,000

Auto Accident

Client was rear ended and pushed into another vehicle. Client sustained a back injury and significant lost wages. Client required extensive therapy.

What is a Car Accident Lawyer?

Car accident lawyers represent people who suffered injuries that were caused by the negligence of another person in an accident. This type of lawyer can review the different aspects of your case and determine your legal options. From detailed investigations to calculating a reasonable settlement on your behalf, an attorney will know how to handle your case.

Types of Compensation

When you have been in an accident that was not your fault and you suffered injuries, you may be eligible to receive compensation for damages. You could be compensated for the following:

Medical Bills

Lost Wages

Pain and Suffering

Property Damage

See What Our Clients Say

Great representation of party, very supportive and hardworking. Thank you, thank you, thank you ????
Ms.Understood By Many
Ms.Understood By Many
2023-05-04
Buen servicio
Gerardo Mendoza
Gerardo Mendoza
2023-05-03
My name is Sandra , and I was t-boned in a serious car accident. I suffered injuries that required numerous appointments such as physical therapy, mental health counseling, neurology and massage therapy. I contacted Hueser and Hueser, and they took care of absolutely everything. They were genuine and supportive, and answered any and all of my questions. Anytime I had questions or concerns, all I had to do was pick up the phone. I can’t imagine working with a more helpful team of professionals!
Sandra Johnson
Sandra Johnson
2023-05-01
Yo recomendaría a esta oficina, me gusto su trabajo,tanto por que tenia una traductora y me sentí cómoda. Gracias al equipo.
Elsa Molina
Elsa Molina
2023-05-01
Very friendly staff , helpful, and good at answering questions
Rhonda Bennett
Rhonda Bennett
2023-04-25
Pat Salt and Veronda were very helpful and knowledgeable about my case.
Vera Smith
Vera Smith
2023-04-24
Great experience with the team, everyone was so helpful and Doug even opted to not take a legal due to him wanting me to benefit the most I could from my injury/experience. Highly recommend H&H for any personal injury case!
Sheena-Ann Ruiz
Sheena-Ann Ruiz
2023-04-12
Satisfied with how they took care of me.
Edy Santana
Edy Santana
2023-04-10
Overall very good, would probably use them again!
Fey Fawn
Fey Fawn
2023-04-07

Injured in a car accident? Getting help is easy!

We’re here to help you get the money you deserve from the insurance companies.

What Are Common Injuries From Car Wrecks?

The Top 5 Things You Can Do To Screw Up Your Colorado Car Wreck Case


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This essential consumer guide from Heuser & Heuser LLP provides you with critical information that can help you:

  • Avoid the key mistakes that can derail your claim.
  • Know what to expect if an insurance adjustor contacts you and what you should and shouldn’t say to them.
  • Understand the do’s and dont’s of social media.
  • Position yourself to collect full and fair compensation for your injuries.

How to Prove Negligence

Auto accidents, like most personal injury cases, revolve around the legal concept of negligence. This means, that you’ll need to prove that someone else caused you to get hurt. Proving negligence requires three factors:

  1. You must prove that the defendant acted in an irresponsible manner; that they behaved in a way which runs counter to the way in which any reasonable person would behave under similar circumstances.
  2. You must prove that the other driver’s irresponsible behavior is what led to the accident.
  3. You must demonstrate that the accident was the direct cause of your injury and/or injuries.

Trying to prove the three factors mentioned above, is often complicated and time-consuming. For this reason, we highly recommend consulting an experienced Colorado Springs car accident lawyers about your legal options.

Reasons Car Accidents Happen

Vehicle accidents occur for multiple reasons and happen more frequently than most people realize. Here are the most common reasons collisions occur:

Statute of Limitations in Colorado

Statute of limitations is a law set in place that gives an injured person a certain time to take legal action against the responsible party. Keep in mind that every state has different deadlines, which is why it’s important to know the law in Colorado.

For car accident cases, injured person have exactly three years to file a lawsuit, starting the day the accident occurred. If the claim is filed after the deadline, it can result in little to no compensation.

In most cases, a case is settled before court is necessary. However, if during the negotiation stage a settlement cannot be agreed upon between both parties, then a trial will then be necessary. If the case must go to trial, then hiring an attorney will be in your best interest.

Do I Have a Case?

Many people think you must have catastrophic injuries in order to pursue a legal case. This is not necessarily true. Even a seemingly “minor” injury can interfere with your ability to work and live your life. If you were involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, and you suffered losses because of that accident, there is a good chance you have a case.

Remember that the insurance company isn’t on your side. They will be working against you as you try to seek the money you need to recover your losses. Even “fender benders” can quickly become complex matters when the insurance company gets involved. For example, the insurance company may try to say you were completely at fault when really the other party was to blame.

In Colorado, the statute of limitations for car accident claims is three years. That means that you have three years from the day of your accident to file a lawsuit for compensation. If it has been less than three years since the date of your accident, you may have a case. The sooner we can get started on your case, the better. Get a free case review today.

What kind of Compensation Could I Get?

The insurance company is not going to voluntarily pay you more than they have to. As a result, there is a lot of negotiating that happens when settling a car accident case. That’s why you need experienced car accident lawyers on your side, to fight for the money you deserve.

People often wonder how much money they could receive after a car accident. Our attorneys will typically seek to recover payment for:

  • All medical bills related to your car accident injuries.
  • Lost wages from not being able to work. This includes any time taken off of work for medical appointments.
  • The emotional pain and suffering you experience after your accident.
  • Any property damage costs, if your car needs repairs or needs to be replaced.

When you hire Heuser & Heuser, we make it easy for you. Our Colorado Springs car accident lawyers will concentrate on your case, so you can focus on getting better.

How Can a Colorado Springs Car Accident Lawyer Help Me?

First and foremost, a personal injury attorney will negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company. We know that talking with an insurance adjuster after a car accident is rarely pleasant. When they call you, they may catch you off guard, when you’re emotional and trying to heal from your injuries. They may sugarcoat their offer and make it sound better than it is. When you hire us, we can do all the negotiations with the insurance adjuster.

Dealing with the insurance adjusters can be a long, frustrating process. Our car accident attorneys are in it for the long haul. First, the insurance company will likely give a lowball offer. This initial offer may just pay your medical bills and lost wages. It probably won’t take into account all that you’ve gone through, including pain and suffering. At Heuser & Heuser, we’ll fight for every penny that you deserve.

And in many cases, the insurance company will offer a settlement too soon, before the full extent of your injuries are known. We look into the future, and take into account how your injuries impact you not only today, but your life down the road. We’ll fight for a settlement that fully compensates you for your injuries, lost wages, damage to your vehicle, and pain and suffering.

Another reason to hire a Colorado Springs car accident lawyer is to make sure you aren’t unfairly found to be responsible. Colorado has “comparative negligence” in auto accidents. That means that if the insurance company says you were 50% responsible for the accident, your settlement will be reduced by 50%. Remember that the insurance company is going to try to pay out the least amount of money possible. They do not have your best interests at heart. That’s why you need an attorney to take on your case.

Most personal injury cases settle out of court. But in the event that it’s in your best interest to go to court, we’ll be there. At Heuser & Heuser, our car accident lawyers are not afraid to fight for what’s best for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Steps Should I Take After A Car Accident?

Should I Have A Police Report Filed?

Do I Need to Hire A Colorado Springs Car Accident Lawyer?

Do I Need To Call My Insurance Company, Even If The Accident Wasn’t My Fault?

Should I Talk to the Insurance Adjuster?

How Much Is My Case Worth?

How Long Do I Have to Seek Compensation After an Accident?

What Is Negligence?

What Is Comparative Negligence?

How Long Does It Take My Case To Settle?

How Does Negotiation Work?

Will My Case Go To Trial?

What are the Biggest Mistakes Made in Auto Accident Cases?

What Areas Do You Serve?

Who Is Responsible for My Medical Bills?

What Will a Colorado Springs Accident Lawyer Do for Me?

Should I See a Doctor Even if I Don’t Feel Hurt in Colorado?

What Evidence Do I Need for My Car Accident in Colorado?

Is There Anything I Should Avoid at the Accident Site?

Is Colorado a No-Fault State?