Boulder Personal Injury Lawyers
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When you have suffered an injury in any type of accident, your choice of injury attorney can greatly affect the outcome of your case. The Boulder personal injury lawyers at Zinda Law Group can provide you with a professional and caring legal team that will treat you with dignity and respect. We will strive to get the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries and alleviate the financial burdens that can come with an injury or hospital bills. We have successfully represented hundreds of people facing serious legal challenges, no matter the size of the case.
Zinda Law Group has represented clients for many types of personal injury accidents, including those caused by car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents and more. If you have any questions regarding your potential claim, call the dedicated personal injury attorneys at Zinda Law Group of Boulder today for a free case evaluation. As one of our clients, you will pay nothing unless we can win your case.
Life is full of accidents. However, sometimes an accident can lead to a serious injury that impacts your life forever. If the accident was caused by the negligence of another, you may want to call a lawyer in order to know if you can possibly seek compensation from the negligent individual.
What Is Personal Injury?
Personal injury is a catch-all term for all injuries that can occur to the person. Thus, damages to a non-human entity such as a building would not fall under the definition of personal injury. Every personal injury claim has two basic issues: liability and damages.
Liability simply asks whether a person who caused the injury is responsible for the injury. For instance, in a negligence case, a claimant must show that the person who caused the injury actually owed a duty to the claimant in order to prove that the person is liable.
Damages is just another term for compensation. It is generally the amount of money the person liable for the injury owes the claimant. For example, if you get involved in a car accident, and you are able to prove that the other driver caused the accident negligently, then the other driver may have to pay for your medical expenses as damages.