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If you or a loved one was a victim of negligence in a professional industry and sustained life-altering harm, you need an attorney from Purvis Thomson, LLP, to represent you in your claim and to secure proper recovery for your damages.

Professionals are not immune to liability for negligence, abuse or incompetence. Our Colorado personal injury attorneys can assist you in recovering for an injury resulting from professional malpractice.

Contact our professional malpractice attorneys for assistance with any of the following:

  • Professional malpractice
  • Legal malpractice
  • Health care malpractice
  • Accountant malpractice
  • Engineer or architectural malpractice
  • Fraud
  • Breach of contract

Our doctor malpractice, pharmacy malpractice and medical malpractice lawyers are experienced at handling cases directed against negligent or incompetent professionals in the healthcare industry. If you or a loved one has been injured, we can assist you in recovering damages for a healthcare malpractice injury.

Many of our clients seek our services after discovering that they have lost a legal battle due to attorney negligence. Many legal and other malpractice injuries are the result of incompetence, neglect, or simple carelessness. If you believe that you have been a victim of attorney negligence or incompetence, our legal malpractice attorneys can assist you.

We represent individuals who have sustained substantial losses due to negligent acts by lawyers, accountants, engineers, or other licensed professionals.

Evaluating Negligence for a Malpractice Claim

Every profession, including law, medicine, accounting, etc., has a set of standards or protocols that govern the conduct and performance of practitioners. Determining whether or not a practitioner has been negligent and should face a malpractice lawsuit can be challenging. Essentially, an attorney will examine your case and look to see if there are the appropriate elements of negligence in place, which will vary depending on the situation at hand.

Typically, this involves determining whether or not the defendant owed a legal duty of care to the plaintiff and whether or not the defendant breached this duty of care and caused some type of injury or harm. If that is the case, and the damages can be expressed with a monetary value, then the claim will likely be valid. However, it is strongly encouraged that you work with an attorney to help make these decisions. You may have a claim and not even realize it.

Time Limit for Filing Malpractice Claims in Colorado

When working to understand how long you have to file a professional malpractice claim, it is important to determine what type of claim you have. These cases are complex, and we always encourage you to work with an attorney before moving forward with your claim or deciding not to pursue your claim.

In general, terms of any type of professional malpractice in Colorado will have two years from the day the incident occurred to file their claim. This is true for medical malpractice as well as other types of malpractice that can occur. Individuals who fail to file their claim within this appropriate timeframe risk their case being thrown out and becoming unable to recover compensation.

There are various exceptions to this two-year statute of limitations. For example, if there is a minor victim involved, they may have extended time frames to file their claim. If the malpractice is hidden by fraud or deceit, or if the perpetrator of the malpractice leaves the state, the statute of limitations will likely be extended. However, if malpractice is committed by a government employee or entity, the time frame may be shorter.

Why You Need Help From an Attorney

If you or somebody you care about is a victim of professional malpractice in Colorado, we encourage you to reach out to a skilled attorney immediately. A Colorado professional malpractice attorney will have extensive experience handling these complex claims. They will be able to use the entirety of their resources to fully investigate every aspect of the incident and help determine liability.

Not only will an attorney investigate the incident, but they will work diligently to calculate your total expected losses and handle all negotiations with other parties involved. In the event insurance carriers or at-fault parties refuse to offer a fair settlement amount, a professional malpractice attorney in Colorado will file a civil personal injury lawsuit on your behalf.

If you have been seriously injured and are seeking professional personal injury lawyers, our Colorado personal injury lawyers would be happy to meet with you regarding your legal malpractice or other professional malpractice claims.

For a free consultation with our professional malpractice attorneys in Denver and Boulder, contact us toll free at 303-442-3366 or email us online.