Wrongful Death

Accidental deaths are needless tragedies

Tragedy often comes as a surprise and losing a loved one is never easy to bear. But when someone dies in a situation that could have been prevented or avoided, the loss can be especially difficult to understand. Life is precious, and that is why everyone in society must treat others with the care and caution they deserve. A wrongful death can happen in many contexts: auto accidents, property injuries, ski accidents and other recreational injuries, medical malpractice, dog attacks, workplace injuries, defective products, and beyond. The nature of the accident will determine the appropriate investigative approach.

Colorado’s laws on liability and recovery after a wrongful death are complex. Our experienced lawyers can help you understand your options at every turn. We have extensive experience in helping families like yours navigate the difficult process of making legal decisions and insurance claims during a time of grief and sorrow.

For many families, the only option for learning the facts about the death of their loved one is to pursue a lawsuit. Only though legal proceedings are answers provided by the responsible party. Our firm wants to stand by your side with the experienced shoulder of support you may need. 

How This Works

Every case begins with a story and we want to hear yours. Call and you will reach a partner of the firm, probably the one who will handle your matter. We will answer your questions, explain the legal basis for a possible claim and how we can help.

A careful case review will be performed by your lawyer to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case.  Then the conclusions of this review are presented to you in a thorough, understandable manner.

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Experience That Matters

Experienced Wrongful Death Lawyers

In Colorado, a death caused by someone else’s careless or unlawful behavior is considered a wrongful death. These situations are unique because you have lost a loved one who is also the key witness as to what happened. You and other family members are left in profound emotional shock while saddled with unexpected expenses. If you have lost a loved one in an accident or through negligent medical care, it’s critical that you understand your family’s rights, and the recourse that may be available under Colorado wrongful death law.

$2.3 million

for widow after drunk driving accident

$250 policy limits

for MVA wrongful death