Our Areas of Focus – Legal Help In Colorado

Legal representation is not
one-size fits all.

We’re here to help with your personal injury case.

Personal Injury covers numerous areas within the law. Each case is different and requires a different approach. Utilizing experience and exceptional understanding of Colorado laws, we at Legal Help In Colorado are here to assist you in the best way possible for your specific issue.


Millions of people in the United States are injured in traffic accidents every year. Although people commonly call these accidents, many if not most of these crashes could have been prevented by following basic safety rules. Every auto accident is different and we are here to help protect your rights and navigate you through this challenging period. Learn more.


In Colorado, if you are injured on someone’s property through some type of hazard, the Colorado Premises Liability law applies. Property owners are responsible for keeping sidewalks, driveways & other walkways safe for visitors. If they do not do their due diligence, they can be held responsible for injuries suffered. Learn more about understanding your rights after suffering a personal injury.


Colorado gives injured people two years from the date of an injury to file a lawsuit in the state’s civil court system. Missing this deadline means losing the right to get court-ordered compensation for an injury, therefore it’s crucial to understand and abide by the personal injury statute of limitations as it applies to your case. Learn more.


Medical malpractice cases involve situations where a health care provider or organization made an avoidable mistake or created an error-prone environment that lead to serious injury or death. If your situation is due to your medical personal making an avoidable error, then we may be able to assist you. Learn more.


Many skiers and snowboarders believe (mistakenly) that they “assume all risks” on the slopes. However, when someone is hurt as a result of another’s negligence, the law frequently allows the injured party to recover monetary damages. Learn more.

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