When you're up against a corporation or insurance company with a workers' compensation claim, insurance dispute or personal injury matter, you can be confident in the Colorado injury lawyer representing you at the Babcock Law Firm.
Mack Babcock is well versed in the tactics big companies use to try to prevent you from receiving the settlement or benefits you deserve. He and his skilled legal team are fully committed to helping people just like you fight and win cases.
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"I was referred to Babcock Law Firm by a friend. My case was not a significant one, but they took it on anyway, and did their very best for me."
"Stephanie and Jan were awesome with keeping me up to date with my case. Phone calls and emails were answered in a timely manner. I was always treated with the upmost respect and professional manner. Stephanie always took the time to explain WC rules and laws and made sure that I understood what was going on, allowing me to make decisions in regards to my case. It was a pleasure working with both these ladies! "
"Babcock Law firm settled my case in a very timely manner. The attorney I worked with and the paralegal was very efficient. They were able to save me trips to their office by using e-mail for signing important documents. I was very pleased with the service they provided. I would highly recommend Babcock Law firm to anyone looking to settle a workmen's comp case"
In the state of Colorado, personal injury law covers any civil case in which someone's negligence or unsafe actions cause injury or death. Most personal injury cases must be filed within two years of the incident. The statute of limitations for auto accident cases is three years.
A personal injury lawyer is an attorney who you appoint to legally represent you in matters involving an injury - physical, psychological or financially - as the result of negligence committed by another person, company, government entity or other third-party.
In a Colorado personal injury lawsuit, you may be able to recover compensation for two different types of damages:
For more information about filing a personal injury lawsuit in Colorado, browse our free online resources.