Of Course It’s All About Money

Some people don’t like to talk about money when they’ve been injured in a car accident. They worry that it will seem as if they’re greedy or taking advantage of a bad situation or making their case all about the money. But as a Colorado car accident lawyer, I can assure you that your case IS all about the money.

In Colorado, we’re required by law to have car insurance. It’s meant to provide money to pay for injuries and suffering you or others incur in an accident. When you’ve been injured, the whole idea is for that insurance to compensate you for your injuries. It isn’t about greed, it’s about putting your life back together and making you whole again.

It’s money to pay your medical bills, and the cost of future medical care you may need. It’s money for the income you’ve lost because your injuries kept you off work. It’s money to fund your life going forward if you’re disabled and can’t work anymore. And it’s money to compensate you for the pain, stress and suffering you and your family have had to endure because of the negligence of another person.

But insurance companies aren’t happy or quick to part with their money. They’ll fight you every step of the way to pay you as little as they can get away with. That’s why you need the Denver personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya. We are skilled at getting our clients the money they deserve.

If you’ve been hurt in an accident, give me a call at (303) 758-4777 or email me. Let’s set up a no-obligation meeting to talk about your case. You can also schedule a free meeting on our website at www.dlslawfirm.com/contact-us.Some people don’t like to talk about money when they’ve been injured in a car accident. They worry that it will seem as if they’re greedy or taking advantage of a bad situation or making their case all about the money. But as a Colorado car accident lawyer, I can assure you that your case IS all about the money.

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Dianne L. Sawaya

Licensed since 1981

Member at firm The Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya, LLC

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