Personal Injury in Douglas County


Personal Injury Attorneys in Douglas County

Being injured is a life-altering event. The Douglas County personal injury lawyers at Travis Law Group understand the physical and emotional pain associated with being injured. We provide skilled and aggressive representation to help you or your loved ones following serious injury or harm due to an automobile or motorcycle accident. Our personal injury attorneys deal with insurance companies in a professional, assertive manner, striving to obtain maximum compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and other damages.

We Know Colorado Personal Injury Law

Our Douglas County personal injury law lawyers draw on over 18 years of personal injury law experience, right here in Douglas County. We have assembled a talented and passionate team of lawyers, paralegals, and staff, enabling us to diligently and expeditiously handle your case. We will respect your wishes and work to advance your interests while maintaining the highest standard of ethical, legal, and professional integrity.

Attorneys that care – and get results.

  • Motor Vehicle Accident - $70,000
  • Slip & Fall - $62,500
  • Auto Accident - $28,500
  • Wrongful Death from Auto Accident - $2,050,000
  • Tractor Trailer Accident - $90,000
  • Auto Accident - $200,000
  • Slip & Fall - $175,000
  • Auto Accident - $50,000
  • Auto Accident - $200,000
  • Trucking Accident - $1,500,000

What sets us apart?

At Travis Law Group, we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of advocacy and support for our clients. We build relationships on trust and integrity and we value open and honest communications. We strive to respond to your phone calls and emails within one business day - we even provide our cell phone for emergency legal situations. And we keep you updated on the status of your case as it progresses.

Services we offer in Douglas County

More info about Douglas County

Douglas County is the seventh-most populous of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. As of the 2010 census, the population was 285,465.The county seat is Castle Rock. Douglas County is part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado, metropolitan statistical area. It is located midway between Colorado’s two largest cities, Denver and Colorado Springs, and contains a portion of Aurora, the state’s third-largest city.

Douglas County Colorado Map


How can represented clients of car accident attorneys get financial compensation in a personal injury case?

Personal injury cases are famous for car accident attorney representation, but these lawyers represent clients injured in various situations, including construction accidents and work-related accidents.

Injured parties might have to sue a government entity, their employer, or the person responsible for their injuries. Negotiating with the at-fault driver’s insurance company is the first step to getting compensation. If the negotiation process does not result in a settlement, you may need to file a personal injury claim, which is a form of a lawsuit. These claims require proving that the responsible party was negligent in some way and that they should be held responsible for the losses.

The laws and rules surrounding personal injury claims vary by state. Additionally, statutes of limitations set the maximum amount of time a person can file suit on their personal injury claim. Therefore, you should consult a local car accident attorney as soon as possible after your accident or injury.

What is the most common compensation a car accident attorney can get for his client?

Every case is different, and the settlement amount will depend on the nature of the injuries, the coverage amounts on the defendant driver’s policy, the coverage amount on your personal UIM policy, the type of car accident, and the severity of the injuries. The compensation can be offered as an insurance payment, a settlement, or a jury award.

A few of the common types of compensation an attorney for car accident cases can obtain for his client are:

Medical and hospital bills, vehicle damages, pocket out-of-pocket expenses, compensation for pain and suffering, Lost wages from missing work, Rehabilitation and physical therapy costs, and sometimes future medical expenses.

What is the approach to filing a personal injury case?

The procedure to file a personal injury claim varies by state, but it is generally similar. An injured victim must establish that the other party was negligent and that their injuries directly resulted from the other party’s negligence. The injuries could have been prevented if not for the other party’s negligent action(s).

A claim is filed, and the other party is served with a summons to appear in court. A trial will be held if the claim is not settled outside of court.

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