We care about our clients: Denver Personal injury lawyers at Kidneigh & Kaufman treat each client like a person, not a case. We actually return phone calls and an attorney, and not just a paralegal, will be involved in handling your claim. One thing you can be sure of is that someone will always be there to help you through the process and you will always be able to talk to someone about your case.

 

We obtain the maximum recovery we can: As Denver accident lawyers, we make it our job to try to understand what each client is going through and have successfully received more than $65 million in settlements and verdicts for our clients from insurance companies and corporations. We’ve successfully handled all kinds of personal injury cases and obtained the compensation necessary to help people get back on their feet financially and emotionally following an accident. We’ve helped people who’ve had surgery after a car accident, or a slip and fall at the grocery store or on ice at their apartment.

 

We go above and beyond for our clients and are willing to take cases other attorneys won’t: We’ve helped families whose lives have been turned upside down due to defective products like a heater exploding and birth injuries caused by medical malpractice. The truth is we are willing to go above and beyond for our clients and because we look at each case individually, we have many times taken cases other attorneys have turned down and even cases where our client received a ticket – and We Have Prevailed! We’ve even forced insurance companies to pay 6 to 10 times their policy limits when they denied and low-balled claims.

 

Kidneigh & Kaufman is your Denver personal injury lawyer.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us. As we like to say, “Our Door is Always Open,” and you are under no obligation to do anything. There is no charge for an initial meeting and, in most cases, we work on a contingent fee basis, meaning we only get paid if you obtain a recovery. Come meet with us and learn more about the Kidneigh & Kaufman difference.

 

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