Personal Injury Lawyers in Fort Collins, CO

Fort Collins Personal Injury Lawyer

Here’s why personal injury lawyers exist: people screw up and hurt other people. When they do they should pay for the injuries caused.

Fort Collins Car Accident Lawyer

Whenever we drive, we’re responsible for driving carefully. Often, people don’t, and that’s when you can get hurt.

Fort Collins Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Drivers usually watch for other cars, but, unfortunately, not always for motorcycles.

Fort Collins Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Colorado has very specific rules for how cyclists are supposed to use the roads and how car drivers are supposed to react to them.


People who’ve been hurt by someone else’s mistakes deserve to be made whole. Car accidents, falls, or assaults causing physical injuries and emotional distress are traumatic personally and financially. There is no reason you should suffer while the person that hurt you gets away with it. A personal injury attorney can help you deal with insurance companies and medical providers. If the insurance company refuses to make a reasonable offer to compensate you for your injuries, a personal injury lawyer can use the courts to fight for your rights. If you’ve been hurt, we will help you recover everything you’ve lost. Contact us today if you need help from Fort Collins personal injury lawyers.

Fort Collins Personal Injury Lawyers

At Cannon Hadfield, LLC, we handle all kinds of personal injury cases, including: car accident cases, bicycle accident cases, motorcycle accident cases, pedestrian accident cases, slip and fall cases, and insurance cases. What we look for in personal injury case is that you were hurt and it was someone else’s fault. Often these cases are the result of car accidents or dangerous conditions on property, but there is no end to the list of possible causes of injuries.
If you’ve been injured and you think someone else was at fault, give us a call and let us evaluate your case. We offer free consultations either in person or over the phone, so we can go over your case with you and see if we can help.

Fort Collins Employment Lawyers

Our jobs are essential parts of our lives. We rely on them to provide for ourselves and our families.  Sometimes it can feel like employees have no power and that employers can do whatever they want.  The law says they can’t.  Employers cannot discriminate against people based on their race, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation; they cannot allow their employees to be sexually or racially harassed; they cannot pay employees unfairly; and they cannot retaliate against you for complaining about their illegal behavior.  If you need help for a Fort Collins employment lawyer, contact us today.

Fort Collins Business Dispute Lawyers

Contracts make the business world go round. Purchase orders, leases, financing arrangements, and almost everything else require contracts. When people breach those contracts there are real-world consequences. We’re here to help you enforce your rights through the Courts if someone else has broken their promises and breached a contract. We can help you use to courts to force the other person put you back in the position you would have been in if they hadn’t breached the contract.

How Do We Handle Personal Injury Cases?

Personal injury cases have three distinct phases: 1) the preparation phase, 2) the insurance claim phase, and 3) the litigation phase. During the preparation phase, we collect records and documents that we will need as the case moves forwards and follow your progress as you recover from your injuries. Once we have all the records we need and you have recovered, we can move to step two. In the insurance claim phase, we present the documents we have collected along with a demand to the insurance company to see if we can negotiate a settlement of your claim. If the insurance company is reasonable, it’s possible that you settle your claim and never reach the third phase. But if the insurance company is unreasonable, you may have to move to the litigation phase. During this phase, we will file a lawsuit asking a court and a jury to compensate you for your injuries. Although you can still settle during the third phase, if you don’t, the case will result in a jury verdict for the amount the jury believes is fair compensation for your injuries.

At Cannon Hadfield, LLC, we emphasize quality of representation not quantity of cases. That means each lawyer and paralegal is responsible for a limited number of cases. That means they can and will devote enough time and energy to your case to get the best possible result. We also pride ourselves on being available to our clients. If you have a question or want an update on your case, you can give us a ring or shoot us an email and will will respond as soon as we can. After all, this is your case, so you deserve to know what’s going on.

Do I Need a Fort Collins Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you listen to insurance companies, they’ll tell you that you don’t need a personal injury lawyer. But the insurance company doesn’t have your best interests at heart. They’re only looking out for their bottom line. And trust me, they’re pros. If you’re injured, and you want to fight for the compensation the law says you’re entitled to, you need a pro on your side too. After all, you would have lived a very accident prone life if you’ve made as many insurance claims as the Fort Collins personal injury lawyers at Cannon Hadfield, LLC.

Also, by having a lawyer you let the insurance company know that they can’t lowball you and get away with it. If lowball us, we can file a lawsuit and ask a jury to tell them how much your personal injury case is worth. Although you can file a lawsuit alone, it is not recommended, and an experienced lawyer will make it much easier for you.

I'm Injured, How Can I Pay for a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Personal injuries can be financially devastating. You have medical bills, you may be off work, and you could be without a vehicle. In addition, you may be forced to pay someone to look after your children or clean you home while you recover. How can you pay for a lawyer as well? Well, that’s what contingent fee agreements are for. If your case qualifies, we may be able to be paid at the end of the case after you’ve settled with the insurance company. That way, we’re only taking a percentage of the money we make for you. Although you may have to pay for the costs of the case, we may be able to help out further by advancing all or a portion of the costs of your case. Of course, even if we can do that, you would have to pay us back when we resolve you case.

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We founded Cannon Hadfield, LLC to help people who have been hurt by the wrongdoing of others. If you’ve been injured by someone else or you need to use the legal system to enforce your rights, contact us today to see what we can do for you.



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