Have you been injured in an accident in Teller County? Is the insurance company giving you a low ball settlement or no settlement at all? If so, we can help. At the Rector Law Firm, our Teller County personal injury attorneys have the experience and resources needed to tackle even the most complex injury cases. We fight aggressively for all our clients to ensure they receive the maximum compensation for their injuries.
Accidents & Injuries in Teller County, Colorado
Teller County, Colorado is nestled between El Paso County, and Park County and is home to more than 23, 000 people. Main cities in the county include Woodland Park, Victor, and Cripple Creek and both U.S. Highway 24 and State Highway 67 run through the county.
According to recent data, residents of Teller County have a longer commute time than most US workers. Here, residents commute 29.2 minutes on average each day to work. In addition, nearly 4% of the workforce here drive an excess of 90 minutes to work. Commuting to and from work often leads to accidents on the road. And accidents in Teller County are common – especially during rush hour.
When an Accident Occurs in Teller County, Colorado
If you or someone you love is injured in a car accident, it is important to contact an experienced Teller County personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Your lawyer will be able to review your case and help you choose the legal path that is best for you. At Rector Law Firm, our attorneys have handled numerous personal injury cases in Teller County, including:
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
Understanding Your Rights after an Accident
In the state of Colorado, fault must be proven before insurance claims will be paid out. This is known as a “tort system.” Drivers who are injured must file claims with the other driver’s insurance company and this means proving fault. That is why it is so important to have an experienced Teller County personal injury attorney on your side. Your attorney will be able to investigate all aspects of your accident to establish liability and help you obtain the money you need to recover.