Colorado Accident Rundown
People are injured in accidents every day. Sometimes they are just that: accidents. Sometimes they occur due to the negligence of another.
Your experiences in the wake of an accident can be overwhelming, particularly if the accident results in extreme trauma. (This is one reason Colorado accident lawyer Dan Rosen has his practice: receiving a fair and just settlement shouldn’t be an additional burden you have to deal with.)
When the word “accident” comes up, most people think of a car crash. But accidents can occur in all types of situations. At the Law Offices of Daniel R. Rosen, over the past 25 years, we’ve worked with people who have been injured in just about any type of circumstance you could imagine. It’s easy to recognize the danger associated with drinking and driving, speeding excessively, or neglecting to wear a seatbelt. But what about working in your school’s lab, or skiing, for example?
Here are a few non-auto-related accidents that occurred in Colorado just over the past week:
* Jeffrey Wolf of 9News reported that a 28 year old Ph.D. student was injured in a lab accident at University of Colorado’s engineering Center:
CU spokesman Bronson Hilliard says the student was mixing some chemicals when the accident happened. Hilliard says a vial burst and cut the student on the forehead.
* KKTV reported a fatal gym accident in Colorado Springs:
Bo Frese, known worldwide for his gymnastics stunts, broke his neck during a practice session this weekend at ArtSports World in Colorado Springs. He died Sunday.
Frese, 37, apparently missed a padded landing area as he dropped about 30 feet.
* The Ski Channel reported that while working on avalanche control measures, the Wolf Creek Ski Area’s ski patrol director was killed in an avalanche.
If you suffer an accident injury of an kind, Dan Rosen has over 25 years of experience and has handled tens of thousands of Colorado accident and personal injury cases. Take a moment and allow him to explain in his own words why he is the one to call: