Experienced Representation After A Serious Injury

A car accident, ski accident, or fall on dangerous property can be personally and financially devastating. Victims often face overwhelming medical costs, inability to work, and a long list of other challenges.

Do not take the risk of negotiating with insurance companies on your own. At The Law Offices of David A. Helmer, LLC, in Frisco, Colorado, we have built a long track record of success in negotiations and at trial. We know how to hold insurance companies and other liable parties accountable and recover every dollar our clients deserve.

Our lawyers' case experience covers a broad spectrum of personal injury claims, wrongful death litigation, and insurance disputes arising from events such as:

  • Car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other motor vehicle accidents, including those caused by drunk driving, distracted driving, falling asleep at the wheel, and various traffic violations
  • Ski accidents, including snowboard-skier collisions, many of which call for in-depth knowledge of the Colorado Ski Safety Act originally passed in 1979
  • Surgical errors and other forms of serious medical malpractice
  • Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents caused by property owners' failure to adhere to premises liability laws

Contact Us As Soon As Possible After An Accident

If you were injured and believe someone else was at fault — or if you have tragically lost a family member in an accident — acting quickly to get experienced legal counsel involved may be crucial. Call us at 970-368-2403 or contact us online to speak with an experienced attorney.

Dedicated attorneys at our firm will treat you with care and respect from day one through resolution of your case. Our trial-proven lawyers will move quickly to investigate the scene and circumstances, recover evidence, and pursue all angles in the effort to recover all available compensation for you. Our Summit County firm serves clients throughout the mountain area, including people injured while visiting the area.

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