Klein Frank, P.C. has decades of experience representing people who have been the victims of personal injury and other harms. We are committed to achieving results for our clients and to their empowerment through the law. We represent clients throughout Colorado using both traditional and cutting-edge law and technology to help our clients recover substantial funds nationwide. A strong sense of social responsibility drives us.
Our Boulder personal injury lawyers are committed to achieving justice for people who have been harmed by negligence, recklessness, or intentional conduct. Whether you have been injured in a car accident or by a defective and dangerous product, we stand ready to help you in any way possible.
"Klein Frank, P.C. is the only firm I would ever use for personal
injury events. They were extremely attentive, professional, and caring
in the way they handled my injuries resulting from a car accident. Beth
Klein went above and beyond to make sure everything was handled as quickly
as possible. Beth, Carrie and the entire Klein Frank team are wonderfully
coordinated. Accuracy is key, and they made no mistakes. I am very lucky
to have put my trust in Beth and this firm."
Our practice is unique among plaintiffs' law firms, and we use our world-class experience to better our client's lives every day. We stand for promoting safer products and practices. We pursue full and fair compensation for people who have suffered life-altering injuries and harms. We stand with our clients and help them understand the legal process and empower their choices and results.
The length of time you have to file a lawsuit in Colorado is called the statute of limitations. For personal injury, the statute of limitations is two years. This can apply to the date the injury occurred or when the injury was discovered since some injuries or conditions don't present themselves immediately. If the injury was caused by a car or truck accident, the statute of limitation extends to three years.
If you've suffered an injury because of the negligence of another person or a corporation, you are entitled to compensation. However, without an attorney working your case, you are more likely to receive less compensation or no recovery at all. There are two categories of recoverable damages in a personal injury case: compensatory and punitive damages.
Compensatory damages are the primary form of compensation, including:
It may also be possible for you to recover non-economic compensatory damages for pain and suffering, emotional distress, physical impairment, and loss of enjoyment.
In certain cases, you may be able to recover punitive damages in addition to compensatory damages. Punitive damages are intended to punish the individual or corporation who acted negligently and caused your injury. Punitive damages are not applicable in all personal injury cases, so it's important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible so that you can have a full understanding of the compensation available to you.
Call Klein Frank, P.C. today to speak with a Boulder personal injury attorney to get the help you need!