Legal Advocacy for Aurora’s Injured Individuals

If you or someone you love suffered injuries due to another party’s negligence, you could have the right to bring a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. However, personal injury claims can be complicated to pursue, especially without legal representation. You need someone who can protect your rights and has the necessary knowledge and skills. The Aurora personal injury lawyers at Gerash Steiner & Blanton, P.C., are here to help.

Our team is dedicated and passionate about protecting our clients’ interests following a serious personal injury accident. We also have a proven record of success with Colorado personal injury cases.

Why Choose Our Aurora Personal Injury Lawyers?

When you choose Gerash Steiner & Blanton, P.C., you:  

  • Get legal representation from a Colorado physician;
  • Are working with firm who has a 5.0 out of 5.0 rating of AV Preeminent for proven ethics and legal skill; and
  • Receive your attorney’s cell phone number to contact us whenever you have questions.

We offer free initial consultations to prospective clients. We stand apart from other Aurora injury lawyers due partly to our ability to safeguard our clients’ interests with our experience and perspective. We are committed to ethical, tenacious, and compassionate representation.

Contact us today to schedule your FREE consultation. Call our office at 303-732-5048 or use our online contact form.  

What Legal Representation from a Physician Means for Your Claim

Eric Steiner M.D., one of our Aurora personal injury attorneys, is an experienced physician. He has over 20 years working in the medical field. Our team understands the most critical aspects of the medical world, including complex medical records, procedures, and terminology.

Our experience and extensive insider knowledge allow us to assist clients more comprehensively and effectively. Aurora personal injury Attorney Eric Steiner’s first-hand experience in the medical world also gives us an invaluable advantage when negotiating on your behalf or when going to court.

We can represent you for a wide variety of personal injury accidents, including:

If you don’t see your type of case listed here, it doesn’t mean we can’t represent you. These are just some of the most common types of Colorado personal injury claims we handle.

Frequently Asked Questions on Aurora Personal Claims

What Is Negligence and How Does It Impact Your Personal Injury Claim?

By definition, negligence is the failure to exercise reasonable care or consideration under certain circumstances. In a personal injury claim, anyone found to be negligent can be held responsible for your injuries, financial damages, or other losses. While the concept of negligence may seem straightforward, proving it in a personal injury case can be complicated.

Defendants, especially corporations, insurance companies, hospitals, etc., will use all possible resources to deflect blame or guilt. Part of what we do is conduct a thorough independent investigation to find evidence proving negligence against the defendants.

What Happens If I Sustain Injuries on Someone Else’s Property? Can I Recover Damages for My Injuries?

All property owners have a legal duty to protect visitors from injuries that could occur on their premises. Depending on the relationship between the landowner and the visitor, the landowner must take certain steps to remove hazards or warn visitors and tenants of possible dangerous conditions. Colorado has specific premises liability laws that allow injured victims to file a claim for injuries sustained on someone else’s property. If you can prove the property owner acted negligently, you could collect financial compensation.

I’m an Injured Railroad Worker. Do I Have Any Legal Rights?

Injured railroad workers have legal rights. First, you must file a claim for benefits outlined in the Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA). FELA is somewhat like workers’ compensation programs, but this is specific for railroad employees only. And you must show negligence on the part of your employer to collect benefits.

Who Has the Right to File a Wrongful Death Claim in Colorado?

Like other states, Colorado has a wrongful death statute that outlines who has the legal right to bring a claim when a family member dies in a personal injury accident. During the first year following the victim’s death, only the spouse has the legal right to bring a wrongful death claim. In the second year following death, both the surviving spouse and surviving children can bring a claim. If the deceased had no surviving spouse or children, then the deceased’s parents can bring a wrongful death claim.

What Is My Aurora Personal Injury Claim Worth? Is There an Average Amount for Which Cases Resolve?

One of the most common questions we get from prospective clients pertains to the potential settlement value of their claim. Unfortunately, no two cases are alike, and there is no average amount cases resolve for. You need an independent evaluation of your case. When you retain our Aurora injury attorneys, we will take a comprehensive look at your case. Our priority is to give you a realistic range that your case could be worth. We won’t give you a useless average that may or may not be anywhere close to the actual value of your claim.

Instead, we look at all your medical expenses, possible property repair estimates, lost wages, future expected medical costs and loss of earning capacity, and any other accident-related expenses. We also provide a figure for your non-economic damages such as your physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of consortium, and more.

In limited cases, you might be eligible to receive punitive damages or exemplary damages. This amount is not necessarily intended to compensate you for your injuries, but it’s to punish the defendant for their reckless or egregious conduct and deter them from acting in the same manner again in the future. One possible example is injuries sustained in an accident involving a drunk driver.

Know Your Legal Options: Schedule a Free Consultation with Our Aurora Personal Injury Attorneys Today

If you or a family member suffered injuries in a serious personal injury accident, don’t wait to contact a legal practitioner. The sooner you retain us, the sooner we can start investigating your claim and protecting your rights. Let us put our years of experience and insider knowledge to work for you. Don’t hesitate to contact us for a no-obligation case evaluation to learn more about how our legal team can fight for the maximum compensation possible. Call our Aurora injury lawyers today at Gerash Steiner & Blanton, P.C., to learn how we can protect your rights and help you achieve the case results you deserve.