Denver Car Accident Lawyers

Denver Car Accident Lawyers

If you’ve recently been injured in a car accident in or around Denver, our Denver car accident lawyers can help you receive the financial compensation you deserve.

Denver’s roads are notoriously dangerous, with countless serious injuries caused by car crashes every year. If someone else was at fault, you shouldn’t have to suffer because of their mistake. Even if you were partly to blame, Colorado laws may allow you to gain compensation if the other party shared some of the responsibility too.

Our licensed Denver car accident lawyers offer free consultations and are well equipped to fight aggressively so you can receive the maximum compensation required for your recovery. Feel free to contact us today.

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Denver Car Accident Statistics

Denver is home to over 705,000 people and many of them drive cars, trucks or buses. But sadly, it’s also home to a vast number of car accidents.

A report from the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) states that there are about 220 reported car accidents in Denver, every day.

These crashes result in an average of five seriously injured individuals per day and four deaths per week. Still, statistics don’t reveal the pain and trauma experienced by victims, families and communities.

Here’s a breakdown of car accidents statistics in Colorado:

Total Car Crashes in Colorado

Data from reveals that car accidents in Colorado have been increasing in recent years. In Denver, this has pushed DRCOG into an effort to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030.

Total Car Crashes per Year in Colorado


Denver Crash Types

Crash Type Percent
Moving Motor Vehicle 67.6
Fixed Object 17.3
Parked Vehicle, Train or Bicycle 8.6
Rollover or Non-collision 4.1
Pedestrian 1.3
Animal 1.0

Denver Crash Types

Injury Causing Collisions in Colorado

Denver has the highest annual serious car crash injury rate in Colorado. In 2020, there were 302 serious injury-related car crashes. These types of injuries are defined as ‘preventing the injured person from continuing activities as they normally would’.

Over the past decade or so, Colorado has seen the following number of total injury-related car crashes per year:

Total Injury Related Car Crashes per Year in Colorado