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    Personal Injury Lawyer in Colorado Springs

    Every year, thousands of people are injured in accidents across the country, and many of these happen right here in Colorado Springs and El Paso County. Whether someone wasn't following traffic laws and caused an accident or you were bitten by a dog while you were jogging at the park, someone else's negligence shouldn't mean that you are out thousands of dollars. The civil court system in Colorado provides a path for victims to seek compensation from those who caused their injuries, but this isn't an easy process.

    If you were injured in an accident that wasn't your fault, you need a personal injury attorney who understands what you're going through and is prepared to fight for your rights and interests. At Kimball Injury Law, we help clients understand the legal ramifications of what happened to them, educate them on their options, and stand by their side as they take action to hold the at-fault party responsible and recoup their losses.

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    Attorney Jake Kimball takes a personal approach to each of his cases, ensuring that victims feel heard and have a dedicated advocate as they navigate the court system. Whether you've been injured in a motor vehicle accident, slipped and fell at a business, or were attacked by a dog, you can get information about your legal options and help obtaining the compensation you deserve for your expenses and pain and suffering.

    Kimball Injury Law is located in Colorado Springs, CO, near the Citadel Mall just 3 miles from Memorial Park and a short 6-minute drive from Palmer Park. The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is 20 minutes away. Attorney Jake Kimball serves clients in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, and the surrounding area.

    When you've been injured in Colorado Springs, you need the experienced representation of Kimball Injury Law. Call our firm at 719-748-6155 to schedule a free consultation and start taking steps toward getting the compensation you are entitled to.

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    Jake Kimball started his career as an attorney in 2005 after graduating from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Having worked in personal injury law for the better part of two decades, Jake understands how essential compensation can be after a negligent accident. Previously one of the founding partners of a larger firm, where he was managing partner, Jake decided to branch off to create his own firm, where he can focus on personally representing his clients, Jake’s clients trust him to work hard and offer compassionate legal advice at a reasonable price.

    Attorney Jake Kimball is a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association because of his dedication to increasing public safety and protecting the right to trial by jury. If you are looking for a personal injury lawyer who will fight for your right to compensation, look no further than Jake Kimball.

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    How Do I Know If I Have a Personal Injury Claim?

    If you can prove that someone had a duty of care toward you, breached that duty, and caused your injuries, you likely have a personal injury case. You can pursue legal action as long as you can show that you suffered damages that should be compensated. Talking with an attorney is the best way to find out what kind of case you may be able to pursue and what the potential outcomes, including compensation, are.

    What Types of Damages Can Be Awarded in Personal Injury Cases?

    Damages in a personal injury case can be either economic, such as medical bills, or noneconomic, such as pain and suffering. Economic damages are based on the expenses or financial losses you incurred as a direct result of your injuries. Noneconomic losses are those that can't be quantified and are based on emotional trauma or mental anguish. Noneconomic damages are capped in Colorado, and an attorney can provide more information on what you can expect.

    What Does Modified Comparative Negligence Mean?

    Colorado uses a modified comparative negligence rule to determine compensation in personal injury cases. It means that victims are able to file suit against the other party as long as the victim themselves is less than 50 percent at fault for the accident. However, any award amount will be decreased by the victim's percentage. So, if you are awarded $50,000 but were 20 percent at fault, your award is decreased to $40,000.

    What Is the Statute of Limitations for Filing Personal Injury Claims?

    Under Colorado personal injury law, victims have two years to file a personal injury claim in most cases. However, this is extended to three years when the injuries resulted from a motor vehicle accident. If you don't file a personal injury claim within that timeframe, you forfeit your right to pursue compensation at a later date.

    Is It Important to Work With a Colorado Springs Personal Injury Attorney?

    Personal injury lawyers have the knowledge and experience required to navigate the complex civil court system in Colorado. They are able to evaluate your case to determine if you have a valid claim, and they can outline your options so you can decide how you want to move forward. A personal injury attorney is an invaluable resource both in litigation and in negotiations and alternative dispute resolution proceedings.