Colorado Personal Injury Lawyer Affiliations and Groups

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, we’re here to help you through it.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, we’re here to help you through it.







Denver Personal Injury & Accident Attorney Dan Rosen

I’ve been fighting for accident victims for 30 years, and have settled over $100 million in claims for my clients. Contact me today and learn how I can fight for you.

Have you or a loved one been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence? If so, there are numerous medical, personal, and financial issues you’re forced to deal with. It’s traumatic and it’s overwhelming, to say the least. Receiving a fair and just settlement for your injuries shouldn’t be another weight on your shoulders — it should be a welcome relief for you and your family.

I’m Dan Rosen, and I’ve been a personal injury attorney for three decades. I’ve helped thousands of people in Denver and across the State of Colorado overcome their injuries and receive the compensation they deserve. I have a wonderful and committed team who assists me on a daily basis, but I personally handle every single case that comes across my desk.

I’ve earned more than $100 million in settlements for my clients. But it’s never just about money. It’s my honor and privilege to help individuals and families overcome the physical, emotional, and financial hardships that result from an accident or personal injury, and help them live a better life from this point forward.

Contact me today and learn how I can fight for you.

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With my case now behind me, and a cash settlement that I could have only dreamed of, I can’t thank Dan, Tracie, and his entire team enough for their outstanding efforts.

James S. Passenger in a Denver auto accident Personal Injury & Accident Attorney Dan Rosen

Personal Injury Practice Areas

There are many different types of personal injuries or damages that can warrant compensation in the state of Colorado. I’ve been handling accident and injury cases in the following areas, and more, for more than 30 years.

Colorado Personal Injury Resources

Recovering from a significant personal injury is challenging and stressful enough. Navigating the legal process in Colorado doesn’t have to be. We’re here to guide you every step of the way. Please click on the personal injury resources below to learn more, or contact us with any questions or to schedule a free consultation.

Free Guide: I've Been Injured, Now What?

Have you or a loved one been injured in an accident, and you just don’t know what to expect? This free guide outlines the early stages of a personal injury claim and explains what you can do to help your case.

Impaired Driving: A Leading Cause of Accident Injuries & Fatalities

With over 26,000 DUI arrests each year in Colorado, impaired driving is a leading cause of traffic injuries and fatalities in our state. But it’s not just alcohol that impairs drivers. Explore the different kinds of impaired driving that can endanger drivers everywhere.

What’s My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Learn the key factors that go into calculating damages in a Colorado personal injury or accident case — a critical process that can greatly impact your settlement.

Duty to Mitigate: Minimizing Personal Injury Damages

Following an accident, the injured party is required to make reasonable efforts to limit the resulting harm. Explore the necessary steps you should take to ensure the maximum value of your Colorado personal injury case.

Are You Out of Time? Colorado Personal Injury Statutes of Limitations

Every state establishes its own statutes of limitations for filing injury and accident claims. Learn about the time limit for filing medical malpractice, negligence, wrongful death and civil fraud suits in Colorado.

Are Personal Injury Settlements Considered Taxable Income?

If you were injured in a Colorado accident and awarded a settlement, you may have questions at tax time. This guide explains the tax effects of receiving compensation for medical expenses, property damage, emotional distress and more.
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