Truck Accident Attorneys in Colorado

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If you were seriously injured in a truck accident, or a family member was killed in a collision involving a big rig in Colorado you need to discuss the details and circumstances with a qualified Colorado truck accident attorney. TruckAccidentAttorneyNetwork.org has assembled a database of truck accident law firms who focus their practice on representing clients involved in serious & catastrophic injuries, or the families of those killed in truck accidents.

The attorneys and law firms represented on this page have shown the following qualifications and experience:

  1. All lawyers listed must have litigated a minimum of 5 truck accident cases to successful conclusion (settlement or verdict).
  2. Each attorney must be licensed and in good standing for at least 10 years.
  3. 100% of their practice must be personal injury, with a focus on motor vehicle or truck collisions.

What City Did the Truck Accident Occur?

truck accidentColorado Truck & Bus Accident Statistics

The Colorado Department of Transportation reported that in 2017 there were 5% fatal injuries involving a truck accident, and 11% are seriously injured. This seems to indicate that safety regulations & traffic laws in Colorado either aren’t as effective as we’d hope, or that truck drivers, their employers (carriers), or other drivers are practicing unsafe behaviors. New technology in trucking safety will help mitigate damages, prevent injuries or collisions altogether, but for the victims and their families the problem seems to be escalating.

Statute of Limitations for Truck Accidents in Colorado

Courtesy of Colorado Department of Transportation “2019 Problem Identification Statewide Report”

Generally, the statute of limitations for truck accident lawsuits in Colorado must be filed within three years, and the “clock” starts running on the date of the accident – this is inclusive of most personal injury claims (Source: Nolo). A statute of limitation is a reasonable length of time that a plaintiff has to bring an action against a defendant. This varies based on state, and the type of incident: civil or criminal.

Pursuing a Truck Accident Injury or Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Colorado

If you or a family member was seriously injured, or if a family member was killed in a truck accident you should seek the advice and representation of a skilled and experienced Colorado truck accident attorney. TruckAccidentAttorneyNetwork.org has organized a database of attorneys who focus their practice on Motor Vehicle accidents, with significant experience litigating trucking collisions.

*Disclaimer: The information on this page was accurate at the time of publishing, but laws & regulations change and this page may not have been updated. You should not interpret this information as legal advice, nor take or delay any legal action based on information you read on this page or any page on this website. In all legal matters you should consult with a qualified attorney in your state before making any decisions.