Injury Lawyer Serving Boulder, Longmont, Broomfield & Surrounding Areas in Colorado
When you're in need of an experienced personal injury attorney, then look no further than Christopher W. Jeffress of Jeffress Law. Mr. Jeffress has a long track record of success in injury cases and other cases alike. He has over 25 years of experience and spent the beginning of his career working for insurance companies. Now, as he represents injured people instead, he uses his insider knowledge to pursue cases against insurance companies in the most effective way possible.
At Jeffress Law, you will never feel like a number. We give you personalized attention and approach every case by thoroughly analyzing every report. We go above and beyond by hiring investigators, taking witness statements, and evaluating every aspect of every case to ensure positive outcomes.
We seek compensation for those injured in any of the following types of accidents:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Defective products
- Construction accidents
- Ski/snowboard accidents
- Brain injuries
- Burn injuries
- Premises liability accidents
- Wrongful death
In addition to representing the injured, our attorney has the empathy and understanding you need when seeking compensation in a tragic wrongful death case. Mr. Jeffress knows how to navigate every type of difficult case and will give you the care, trust, and time that you deserve.
Read what our Clients are saying!
Chris and his team were wonderful! They were very helpful and had excellent communication through my whole lawsuit. Not only were they a fantastic team but they also got me a higher settlement than I was expecting. They were upfront, honest, and treated me and my case with great respect. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a personal injury attorney. Thank you, Chris, Molly, and Greg!
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What Is Premises Liability and How Can It Be Proven?
Premises liability is a legal form of protection from harm that can be claimed by someone who has been injured on another person’s property. The property owner or occupier must be found negligent for the injury to have occurred, and a legal claim may be pursued if it is proven that reasonable care was not taken to prevent such an incident from occurring.
Should I Obtain a Premises Liability Lawyer for a Sexual Assault Case?
Yes. If you have been sexually assaulted on another person’s property, it is important to obtain legal representation with our team at Jeffress Law as soon as possible in order to pursue a premises liability claim. Attorneys Christopher W. Jeffress and Gregori Csintalan of Boulder, Colorado, can review the facts of the case and determine if there was reasonable care that could have been taken to prevent the assault from happening. Having experienced representation for a sexual assault case under premises liability is essential to ensuring a proper outcome in your favor.
How Long Do I Have to File a Premises Liability Case?
The statute of limitations for a premises liability case varies from state to state, which is why it is important to contact a skilled attorney as soon as you can after the incident in order to evaluate your case and determine if a legal claim can be made. Our team at Jeffress Law has considerable experience with premises liability cases and will provide you with the best advice to determine if you have a successful lawsuit on your hands. In the state of Colorado, the current statute of limitations for filing a premises liability case is two years after the date of the incident. After this period of time, you will be unable to file a claim for compensation.
What Is the Difference Between Premises Liability and Personal Liability?
Premises liability is a form of legal protection from harm that can be claimed by someone who has been injured on another person’s property, while personal liability typically involves cases in which an individual is found to be negligent and must compensate for any damages or injuries caused. While both forms of law have similar definitions, they are very different when it comes to a court of law. Our attorneys at Jeffress Law can provide more information about the differences between premises liability and personal liability in order to help you determine what type of legal protection best fits your unique legal case.
Who Is Liable if Someone Is Hurt Walking by a Construction Site?
In cases where someone is injured in an area where construction is occurring, there may be a case for premises liability. Discussing the details of your incident with Christopher W. Jeffress and Gregori Csintalan is the best way to find out if you have a solid case.
Who Is Liable if I Am Injured in Someone Else’s Home During a Party or Social Event?
In these types of situations, the homeowner may be liable for any injuries that occur as a result of their negligence. There are several aspects of fault that need to be proven, so obtaining the proper evidence when the situation occurs is vital. Our team can consult with you to determine if you have legal standing for a premises liability lawsuit.
Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyer Today
When you're in need of help after an accident, there is no time to waste – contact our attorney today. At Jeffress Law, we strive to get you help for your physical, emotional, professional, and financial suffering. We also operate on a contingency-fee basis which means that we don't collect any fees up front. We cover all fees and expenses throughout the entirety of the case and only collect our fee and reimburse our expenses if we win a cash award or settlement for you. We also stay involved in your case well after it's over to ensure that you don't get bogged down by financial liens.
For your free case review, please contact Jeffress Law today by filling out the contact form on this page or by calling 303-993-8685. We are proud to serve clients in Boulder, Broomfield, Longmont, and the surrounding Metro Areas.