DIANNE'S SAWAYA'S PERSONAL INJURY LAW BLOG
One of the things all of the Denver personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya are skilled at is communications. There are several aspects to this, all of which benefit you.
I got an interesting email today. It says a lot about two things: making an impression, and why you need the personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya working for you.
Here’s another story of insurance companies behaving badly – in this case, the plaintiff’s own insurance company. This is a great example of why you need to talk with a Denver auto accident attorney at the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya if you’ve been hurt in an accident. Remember – insurance companies don’t have your best interests at heart, they have their bottom line in mind.
A big part of the success of a personal injury law firm is the resources the firm can bring to a client’s case. In Denver, the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya is one of the best. It goes without saying that top-notch attorneys, an experienced and dedicated staff and strong financial resources are part of the mix we bring to the table. But there are other resources, too.
People negatively affected by someone else’s negligent actions may feel they’ve been harmed, but are unsure if they have a personal injury claim. In such a case, for the person to be eligible to receive compensation they must have suffered damages.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there are a number of intersections in Denver that have a new feature: traffic lights with a flashing yellow arrow. These stoplights have the usual red and green lights, but they also have a solid yellow arrow and a flashing yellow arrow to direct left turns.
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.