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Find the Right Accident Lawyer to Represent You

Have you suffered mild to severe injuries and have expensive medical bills to pay? Maybe you have experienced a loss of wages due to your injuries. It’s time to find an accident lawyer who can represent you when the insurance companies fail to honor their obligation.

No matter the severity of your accident, a highly experienced team of lawyers can put forward their abilities and ethics to achieve a positive result. You want an accident lawyer who makes you feel comfortable to work with, provides you with top notch credentials and references, and provides a cost that is easy on your budget. Sloatand Nicholson, P.C. offers a no cost, no obligation consultation that can help you get started on your case.

For Colorado residents who are facing a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury or any other life threatening injury you need an aggressive lawyer who will hold the negligent party responsible for your losses. With Sloat and Nicholson you will get the aggressiveness needed to win a case along with the compassion to listen and understand your situation.

For more information on their free consultation policy and their deep success record, contact Sloat and Nicholson, P.C. today at 800-873-3202. Have your case heard!

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