When you contact The Babcock Law Firm, the first thing we'll do is determine whether we can help you. A case screening lets us know if your claim, whether a car, truck or motorcycle accident, drunk driving accident, pedestrian accident, a slip and fall, on-the-job injury/workers' compensation, wrongful death, or other personal injury or insurance dispute, falls within our areas of expertise and whether our representation will benefit you.
No matter where you live or where your case starts – Denver, Boulder, Aurora, Lafayette, Broomfield or other Colorado cities – your case screening, will always be conducted by a workers' compensation or personal injury/accident attorney.
Within 72 hours, you'll be scheduled for a free initial consultation with an attorney if your case screening indicates that your matter falls within our practice areas and that our legal representation can help you.
Your free initial consultation will be a much more in-depth consultation, often lasting 90 minutes to 2 hours. During this meeting, we will:
Most of our clients are already in a difficult financial situation prior to seeking our services as a result of personal injury in a car accident, work incident, or insurance dispute. Whatever the situation, it's unrealistic to expect you to be able to pay thousands of dollars a month on an ongoing basis for legal representation. That's why your workers' compensation and personal injury attorney at The Babcock Law Firm performs case work on contingency - so you can get the representation you need. We don't get paid until a successful recovery is made, either through a settlement, jury award or judge's decision. Our fees are based on a percentage. While these may vary depending on the case, it's usually 20% for workers compensation, and between 33% and 40% for personal injury and insurance disputes.
Litigation costs and expenses such as postage, copying, facsimile costs and retaining expert witnesses we believe are necessary to win your case are advanced by your personal injury, workers' compensation, or insurance dispute attorney. We understand that while the insurance companies and large corporations have significant financial resources to commit to their litigation costs, most hard-working Colorado residents don't. So, litigation costs needed to win the case are advanced by The Babcock Law Firm then recovered once a successful recovery is made on your behalf. Plus, you maintain control over costs, because we keep you informed and require your authorization before incurring costs and expenses in your case.
The Babcock Law Firm never passes off important legal tasks in your case to paralegals, case managers, or legal assistants. We seek success by providing high-quality legal representation, not a high quantity of legal representation. In order to provide high-quality legal representation, The Babcock Law Firm has an attorney involved in every aspect of your case and more importantly, an attorney is responsible for all important legal tasks.
Our smaller case load means you are always able to reach your attorney with questions or concerns about your case. You'll work closely with your attorney, not a paralegal or case manager.
You'll make important decisions in your case and decide which path your case follows. Our role, as your workers' compensation, personal injury or insurance dispute attorney, is to inform you of your options and of the potential benefits, costs, likely outcomes and chances of success with each option. We never pressure, but assist you in choosing the option that is best for you and your family, taking all risks into account.
Once you decide how you want to proceed with your claim, we work with you to implement the best legal strategy possible toward obtaining the desired outcome. During this process, we'll advise you of the litigation costs and expenses associated with the path you've chosen, as well as a likely time frame for reaching a successful outcome. As the case progresses, the client and attorney are constantly re-evaluating where a case stands to make sure that the matter is on the right path for the client and that a beneficial outcome is likely.
The most difficult decision you'll face in any legal matter is whether to accept a settlement offered by the other side or proceed to a hearing or trial. Our role as your personal injury or workers' compensation attorney is to advise you of the chances of obtaining a better outcome through a hearing or trial than what is being offered in settlement, so you can make an informed decision of how to proceed. The decision is yours.
We find that more than 90% of our clients opt for the settlement option. We believe this is due in large part to being able to obtain good settlements for our clients but is also due in part to the risks and costs associated with litigation.
We invite you to contact us to discuss your workers' compensation or personal injury case now.
"I had the privilege of working with Stephanie Tucker. She was an excellent attorney, she kept me up-to-date on everything going on in my case from beginning to end. I really enjoyed working with her. I would definitely recommend her services to others because she proved that she really cares about her clients and wants to do what she can to help. Thank you Stephanie and Babcock Law firm!"
"Your staff is amazing. Jane made the intake and outtake processes thorough and reliable--always supportive. Aiden consistently provided a professional and efficient connection--again always supportive. Stephanie: So honest and patient--she is unbelievable and such an incredible guide--especially for someone like me. I didn't know how or where to begin, or what to expect. I am so grateful for the support and most of all, for the means that I need to go forward with treatment. I am continuing with my primary care doctor, and a specialist, able to submit claims through my regular insurance. Thanks you so much for being there! Barbara"
"Thank you to all at The Babcock Law Firm for all of your concern and professionalism. The experience was second to none and I would definitely recommend their services. Thanks again."