What is a fatal car accident?

It is a devastating reality, but as we become more distracted and in a hurry to reach our destination faster, we become more negligent to others on the roads. This negligence can result in serious injuries and even worse fatalities. According to the latest Colorado statistics, 2021 reached one of the highest fatal car accident death in almost 20 years. And from evidence gathered so far for 2022, it appears that this will be another devastating year.

A Note From Sean Olson:

What to do If Your Loved One Suffered a Fatal Car Accident Injury

Learning that your loved one suffered a fatal injury due to someone else’s negligence is one of the worst experiences to grieve. On top of that, it is even worse when you have to relive the moment afterward for insurance companies and other parties during a wrongful death claim.

In Colorado, the Statute of Limitations to file for a wrongful death claim is two years. Although it is not the first thing you may think of, seeking legal representation quickly after the accident results in the best circumstances. This is because it will give our Denver car accident lawyers more time to build a case for your loved one. Unsure if the fatal accident was a wrongful death? If your loved one suffered fatal injuries, it most likely resulted from another driver’s negligence.

Common Causes of Fatal Car Accident Injuries:

  1. Speeding
  2. Distracted driving: texting, talking on a cellphone, changing music/podcast, eating or drinking
  3. Aggressive driving
  4. Driving under the influence
  5. Fatigued driving

Do not let someone’s else poor decision result in your loved one and you receiving the honor and compensation that will be needed for the years to come.

Don’t Fight This Alone, Call Our Experienced Lawyers Today!

Here at Olson Personal Injury Lawyers™, not only will we fight for your loved one but honor their memory. Let us handle all the legal matters so you can be with loved ones, where you belong. Our goal here is to support you during this hard time and create a case to help you receive maximum compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation with no obligations.