We Take Cases Across the State of Colorado
If your child has been injured by the negligence or wrongdoing of someone else, call us today. As parents ourselves, we understand that your child’s future is your utmost concern. When your child has been harmed by the carelessness of another, the prospect of providing a healthy, fulfilling future can be emotionally and financially daunting.
In cases involving children, it can be tempting to seek a rapid settlement. However, in doing so, you may be hindering your ability to provide future medical care for your child. You might also limit your own quality of life choices, locking yourself into a life in which you will forever serve as your child’s primary caregiver.
At Parker Lipman, we consult with pediatric specialists in a variety of fields to understand the nature and extent of your child’s injuries, and how these injuries may impact your child in the future. By the time we are done investigating your case, you will understand the full impact of your child’s injuries and future prognosis.
You may wonder what the time limit is to bring a case on behalf of your child. In Colorado, there are different statutes of limitations for different types of cases. While each case is different, most statutes begin to run only once the child turns 18 years of age.
You may wonder, what happens to the money when there is a settlement paid for my child’s injury? In Colorado, almost all settlements obtained on behalf of injured children require approval by a probate court. That means that a court in the jurisdiction where you live will need to approve the settlement and will require a plan for the funds to ensure that they are only used for the benefit of the child. Rest assured, our team will help you navigate the probate approval process.
We understand your child is your whole world. We are here to help you prepare for the future.
We have handled…
- Cases for children injured by medical malpractice, including improper intubation, negligent labor and delivery, improper bandaging leading to loss of a finger, lab errors, failure to diagnose acute appendicitis.
- Cases involving misdiagnosis of infections and other serious diseases.
- Cases for children injured by dangerous products.
- Cases for children injured in auto crashes.
- Cases for children with brain injuries.
- Cases on behalf of children injured in ski and other recreational accidents.
- Cases for children with misdiagnosed infections.
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