Car Accidents

You were driving down I-70, another highway or your local street. It was shaping up to be a good day — or as good of a day as one can expect during a pandemic. You were listening to music or a podcast. Then it happened: you were hit by another driver. Were they texting and driving? Drunk? Not paying attention? 

Accidents Happen

In 2019, 38,800 people were killed in car accidents in the United States. Every day, about 9 people are killed in the US and more than 1,000 injured in crashes involving a distracted driver. In 2016, there were 40 car accidents each day because of distracted driving. The risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among those aged 16-19 than among any other age group. In 2015, teens in the United States accounted for 2,333 fatalities and 233,845 injuries due to car accidents.

 

Who We Are

 

Working with Kalamaya | Goscha

Any personal injury lawyer can tell you that they will fight hard for you, or how many millions of dollars they’ve recovered. They can shout about how great they are on TV and use catchy slogans like “strong arm.” Almost all of them are in Denver and don’t understand that life is different when you drive over the Continental Divide on I-70. We know because they reach out to us with questions about about their cases. To read more about why we’re different, click here.

We understand that every case is different and every client has unique challenges. Together, car accident attorneys Ryan Kalamaya and Michael Fox, and paralegals Anna Wilson and Shannon Holleran, move mountains for individuals who have been injured in an auto accident. You’ll receive not only our firm’s powerful resources, but also compassionate support from people who care about your progress, recovery, and receiving justice for your case.

We give personal attention to each case. That means we’ll communicate with our clients consistently, update them on case progress, and provide support whenever possible. Every case is vitally important to us and we only succeed when our clients do.

Frequently Asked Questions

For more information, please visit our frequently asked questions (FAQ) page for personal injuries.