Exceptional Greenwood Village Personal Injury Lawyers
The Greenwood Village personal injury attorneys at Bell & Pollock, P.C. have more than three decades of experience protecting and advocating the rights of those harmed by negligence. Strategic, compassionate and dedicated, we are ready to partner with you, help you pursue all available legal remedies and work tirelessly to maximize your financial recovery from any type of personal injury case.
Known for providing the victims of negligence with superior representation, the lawyers at Bell & Pollock, P.C. have a proven record of successfully advocating clients’ rights in various types of personal injury claims. The following provides more insight about our firm, highlighting a handful of our personal injury practice areas.
The things you do immediately after a crash can have big impacts on fault determinations and your options for financial recovery. In general, the best steps to take following an auto wreck are to:
- Call police and stay at the scene.
- Get medical attention.
- Take pictures and exchange information with the other driver(s).
- Get information from any witnesses.
- Be very careful to only discuss the facts of the crash and to never admit fault.
- Report the wreck to your auto insurance provider.
- Contact Bell & Pollock, P.C.
The Greenwood Village car accident attorneys at Bell & Pollock, P.C. can help you take all of the right steps moving forward, building you a strong claim, standing up to insurance companies and fighting for the full compensation you deserve. We are highly skilled at proving faulty, holding negligent drivers (and others) liable and helping our clients achieve the outcomes and recoveries they deserve.
Verdicts & Settlements
Neck injury and traumatic brain injury
Roll-over accident with neck and knee injuries.
Injuries caused by drunk driver.
Injured by a drunk driver with multiple surgeries.
When it’s time to hold negligent parties accountable for causing truck wrecks, the evidence you have (or don’t have) can be integral to the strength and value of your claim. While the best evidence for a given case will depend on the specifics of the accident that gave rise to that case, generally, the best evidence for truck crash claims includes (and is not at all exclusive to):
· Police reports, accident scene photos and witness statements
· Truckers’ driving logs
· Cellphone records
· Dashboard camera footage
· Cargo-related records
· Motor carriers’ records, especially those related to the truckers’ credentials and the maintenance performed on the truck(s) involved in the wreck.
At Bell & Pollock, P.C., our seasoned Greenwood Village lawyers have the skills and insights to effectively identify, gather and present essential evidence for truck accident cases. Whether you were hurt in a rollover, a jackknife or any other type of truck wreck, you count on our attorneys for superior representation throughout your case, whether it takes you in or outside the courtroom.
Work accidents can leave you with serious injuries. If you are ever involved in a work accident, here are the most important steps to take as soon as possible in order to protect yourself and a future claim for compensation:
- Report the incident and injuries to a supervisor or any on-site authority immediately (as long as the accident has not left you incapacitated).
- Seek medical attention as soon as possible from an employer-approved provider (unless there is an emergency situation).
- Submit a written report of the accident to your employer within 4 days of the incident.
- Follow through with all prescribed treatments, and strictly follow all doctors’ restrictions regarding activity levels, activities to avoid, etc.
- Talk to a Greenwood Village workers’ compensation attorney at Bell & Pollock, P.C. for crucial answers about your options, as well as experienced guidance and vigorous advocacy moving forward.
The lawyers at Bell & Pollock, P.C. can help you navigate every phase of the claims process by:
- Compiling and submitting the necessary documents
- Managing all claim-related deadlines and paperwork
- Working diligently to help you secure all of the benefits and compensation you are entitled to.
Nursing homes and long-term care facilities can offer critical support, care and oversight to the elderly and others. These facilities, however, can also give rise to abuse, inflicting serious harm on residents.
The latest nursing home abuse statistics1 paint a tragic picture about the incidence and consequences of this type of abuse:
- Residents with the highest risk of being victimized by nursing home abuse include females, those between 50 and 60 years old, and those with mental and/or physical disabilities.
- The majority of preventable harm residents suffer in nursing homes is the result of insufficient treatment, inadequate care and facility’s lack of staff.
- Abuse by other residents is a growing problem, with experts theorizing that this form of abuse is just as prevalent as abuse by facility staff.
- For every reported case of nursing home abuse, there are about 24 incidents that go unreported.
- Victims of nursing home abuse have a 300 percent increased risk of death, when compared to residents who are not subjected to this abuse.
The Greenwood Village attorneys at Bell & Pollock, P.C. are all too aware of the profound and enduring impacts that nursing home abuse can have – and we know that seeking justice and financial recovery can be essential to helping victims and families pick up the pieces.
This drives us to hold the perpetrators of nursing home abuse, as well as those who enable them, accountable. We have the skills and resources to take care of everything necessary to set these claims up for success while helping our clients obtain justice.
When negligence has fatal outcomes, it may be possible to pursue a wrongful death case and/or a survival action. While a wrongful death claim can result in damages for surviving loved ones (like children, spouses and parents), a survival action can provide compensation that the decedent may have recovered if not for the death (like compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering).
At Bell & Pollock, P.C., our lawyers have vast experience pursuing wrongful death claims and survival actions on behalf of those whose loved ones have been taken by negligence.
Contact an Experienced Greenwood Village Personal Injury Attorney at Bell & Pollock, P.C.
Partner with a Greenwood Village attorney at Bell & Pollock, P.C. for superior advocacy in any type of personal injury case.
Call (720) 613-6687 or email our firm for a free, no obligation consultation. This case evaluation can provide you with important answers and legal advice regarding a potential claim and your best options for moving forward.
Since 1984, the lawyers at Bell & Pollock, P.C. have been dedicated, tireless champions of the people, helping the victims of negligence seek justice and financial recovery. We know how to level the playing field against any opponents to help our clients achieve the best possible resolutions.
About Greenwood Village
Part of the Denver Technological (Tech) Center, Greenwood Village is a unique community that is home to more than 15,700 people – and that boasts a “daytime” population of about 45,000 people due to its thriving economic base and nationally recognized business parks. Greenwood Village is located in Arapahoe County, and it is known for its dynamic blend of the rural and the urban.
When Greenwood Village residents are confronted with legal issues, they can resolve them via the Arapahoe County courthouses, which include the:
- Arapahoe County Justice Center
7325 South Potomac St.
Centennial, CO 80112
- Arapahoe County Courthouse – Littleton
1790 West Littleton Blvd.
Littleton, CO 80120
Here’s more information (like court hours, forms and fees) for the Arapahoe County Courts.
The Greenwood Village personal injury lawyers at Bell & Pollock, P.C. can help the injured successfully navigate the road to recovery in (and outside) of the Arapahoe County courts. We can guide you at every step of your case, setting it up for the best possible outcomes and recoveries.
1: Latest statistics from the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA)