Colorado Personal Injury Attorney ~ Dianne Sawaya
Smart. Aggressive. Compassionate.SM It’s more than a slogan. It’s our mission. Denver lawyer Dianne Sawaya’s personal, compassionate approach to Denver personal injury law means we work only for you and your family – not for insurance companies or big corporations. The majority of our Colorado business comes from satisfied clients, and from doctors who trust us to help their patients. We’re smart, we’re aggressive, we’re professional – and we’re very successful. Our Denver based lawyers will get you the medical treatment you need when injured in an accident and the compensation you deserve. You’ll get our dedicated personal, compassionate service, our years of legal experience with Denver personal injury and workers' compensation law, and the full resources of our Colorado accident lawyers to help you navigate the complex legal and insurance system. It’s our mission.
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Colorado Case Results of Lawyer Dianne Sawaya
DENVER CAR ACCIDENT
Sharp Negotiating With Feds Nets Denver Client a Settlement
Jared K. was seriously injured in a Denver car accident that caused a life-threatening injury. His brain was bleeding internally, blood was collecting in his skull with nowhere to go, and the pressure and possible damage to his brain was growing by the minute. Jared was treated at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Denver, spent several weeks in the facility and was discharged. His medical bills came to well over $100,000...
|Settlement: $100,000||READ THE FULL STORY|
COLORADO CAR ACCIDENT
Insurers Try to Shift the Blame
Jessica C. was in a bad car accident that resulted in many injuries, including a traumatic brain injury. Like our veterans who return from war with a brain injury, Jessica’s life was changed completely. In addition to the injuries she suffered in the accident, she had a number of physical conditions beforehand which were aggravated considerably. However, the insurance company argued that all of Jessica’s injuries happened before the accident...
|Settlement: $275,000||READ THE FULL STORY
SEMI TRUCK ACCIDENT
Making Insurance Pay for Suffering and Barbie Dolls
John Doe and his family were traveling cross-country to their new home in Colorado when they were slammed into by a semi-truck with a driver who had been behind the wheel way too long. The crash tore the Does’ car apart, scattering the five of them and their possessions. The youngest child was helicoptered to Denver for emergency care, and the rest of the family was badly injured. The Does arrived in Denver with only the clothes on their backs.
|Settlement: Confidential Seven-Figure Settlement||READ THE FULL STORY|
Dianne's Denver Law Blog
I’ve been watching as motorcycles take to the streets again to enjoy the warm weather. I had a client the other day who was telling me about a motorcycle accident they saw happen, and it got me to thinking.
As a Denver injury lawyer, I’ve written a lot about how distracted drivers are more likely to cause car accidents. While the usual suspects are high on the list of distractions – texting, yakking on the phone or fiddling with a doodad on the dashboard are big ones – there’s a new suspect in town. Pets.
I’ve written a number of times about how insurance companies, despite their warm and fuzzy TV commercials, are interested in only one thing – their bottom line. (The Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya is running a TV commercial about this very topic right now. You can see it on YouTube here.) But some insurance companies take this concept a step further.
Denver police and city officials have announced that they will be stepping up their monitoring of car-pedestrian and car-bicycle accidents.