Fort Collins, CO (Aug. 1, 2020) – An early-morning crash left at least one person injured in the Fort Collins area on Saturday. Just after 6:30 a.m., on August 1, the Fort Collins Police Department responded to the scene of a collision on West County Road 38 East.
Reports provided by firefighters with the Poudre Fire Authority show that a collision involving motor vehicles occurred in the 3600 block of West County Road 38 East for unknown reasons. The crash resulted in traffic delays as it prompted responding crews to remain at the scene for over thirty minutes. One ambulance from UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital transported those in need of medical treatment to area hospitals after rendering aid at the scene. At this time, the cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
Car Accidents in Colorado
Every day, car accidents take place in Colorado that force victims into area hospitals. Many victims sustain injuries that alter their lives entirely. Accident victims are often forced to go through extensive medical treatment and spend weeks off work to recover. Depending on the severity of injuries, some people never fully recover. Although there are numerous treatment options available for victims of auto accidents, they come at a substantial cost. Victims who sustain injuries in collisions caused by negligent and reckless drivers can benefit significantly by working with a team of knowledgeable and aggressive accident lawyers in Colorado after being harmed in collisions.
Victims deserve a fighting chance to get justice after being harmed in preventable collisions. The fact that we see tens of thousands of people hospitalized each year due to the reckless and negligent actions of others is alarming. Victims can work with a reputable attorney to hold those at-fault accountable for their actions. Not only does pursuing legal options provide victims with the resources they need to move forward, but it sets precedence for other drivers to let them know that they should maintain control of their vehicles and take proactive measures to prevent harming people sharing the road. An attorney can work with you to determine what legal options are possible for your claim moving forward.
Colorado personal injury lawyers at Burg Simpson are dedicated to helping victims who are seriously injured in car accidents get the compensation and justice they deserve. Our experienced trial lawyers have extensive experience and resources available to help victims move forward after their accidents. If you were injured in an accident, due to the negligence of another driver, contact our personal injury attorneys Colorado Springs at (888) 895-2080 to see how we can help you.
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