Auto accidents with no personal injuries and minimal property damage are a common occurrence on our roadways. Often times when bad weather exists, cities are on "accident alert," and law enforcement agencies will not respond to accidents unless there are personal injuries are involved. Read more and download an Admission of Liability form...
The personal injury attorneys at Denver's Inman Flynn represent individuals and families affected by negligent injury or wrongful death. We provide full litigation support to corporate, municipal, commercial, and intellectual property functions.
Your advantage come from our ability our skill in the courtroom with the specific practice knowledge of our business law specialists. Contingent fee is available in most cases.
Most personal injuries arise out of auto accidents usually caused by one driver's negligence. If the negligent driver has insurance, which is not always the case, receiving fair compensation is often a struggle.
The attorneys at Inman Flynn are experienced at assessing insurance coverages that are available and maximizing your recovery, usually through a settlement. When necessary we will take your case to trial to obtain the amount to which you are entitled. This may include the cost to repair your car, reimbursement for medical bills, lost wages, emotional distress, and pain and suffering.
Wrongful death is the type of claim that is filed by a person who lost a loved family member due to the negligence of another. Negligent conduct can result in loss of life, which is catastrophic to the surviving family. A wrongful death claim serves to compensate the heirs at law for their loss.
Inman Flynn will analyzing the incident that brought about the death and aggressively pursue those at fault. While we can't bring your loved one back, we can help you find the answers you seek, a remedy for your loss, and closure.
Many personal injuries occur while one is visiting on the property of a business. If your injury was caused by a dangerous condition on another's property and the owner knew or should have known about that condition, then the landowner is responsible for the damages resulting from the dangerous condition. Accidents are often caused by an owner's failure to keep their premises safe.
Our personal injury group can help you determine if an owner actually knew about the dangerous condition. If so, we will fight to get you the recovery to which you are entitled.