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At Franklin D. Azar & Associates, Colorado’s largest personal injury law firm, our attorneys have helped thousands of seriously injured people get the treatment and compensation they deserve. From car crashes to workplace accidents to product liability cases, we handle many kinds of injury cases, including:
 

Impact Injuries

Car crashes can result in a wide array of injuries, ranging from cuts and scrapes to broken bones, back and neck injuries, spinal cord damage, and internal bleeding. Serious physical damage can occur even in low-speed collisions, and while improved safety features in new vehicles are a plus, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists remain particularly vulnerable.
 

Soft Tissue Injuries

The impacts of a traffic accident can extend well beyond broken bones and immediate pain. Even in seemingly minor crashes, there can be issues with soft tissue injuries that require urgent and ongoing treatment. Some common forms of soft tissue damage from car accidents include sprains (stretching or tearing of ligaments), strains of muscles or tendons, contusions (bruising), and whiplash (sudden, back-and-forth movement of the head and neck that can cause sharp pain, back problems, headaches, and more).
 

Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

A blow to the head can be one of the most life-altering consequences of a car crash. Yet many victims don’t realize they have suffered a serious injury and fail to seek proper medical help in the critical first hours after the event. Concussions are considered a mild form of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). If properly monitored and treated, most cases are not life-threatening. But the devastating effects of moderate to severe forms of TBI can linger for months or years; depending on the extent of the damage to brain cells or bleeding within the skull, they can lead to permanent loss of certain brain functions, personality changes, ongoing challenges in learning, movement, and cognitive processing, and death. Because the severity of a head injury may not be manifested immediately after a crash, all such injuries should be treated seriously.
 

Workplace Injuries

Some worker compensation claims stem from a fall, an industrial accident, or some other well-defined, work-related injury. Others involve occupational diseases that develop over time, such as those resulting from exposure to noxious fumes or chemicals, or repetitive motion injuries from working on an assembly line. If you’re seriously injured on the job, it’s important to consult with a qualified workers’ comp attorney to protect your rights.
 

Wrongful Death

When a car crash, defective product, or workplace accident results in a death, the subsequent legal action may involve what is known as a wrongful death claim, with the family of the victim seeking compensation for the loss of their loved one’s life. There are two types of damages that can be sought in a wrongful death lawsuit:  economic damages, to address financial losses resulting from the death, including the loss of the wages or income that person would have received as well as medical and funeral expenses; and non-economic damages, which can be more challenging to calculate, as they involve trying to put a monetary value on the more deeply personal aspects of the loss — the grief, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of companionship experienced by the victim’s survivors.

 

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