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Trust Sloat & Nicholson For Fair Compensation

When you are going about your business and another party causes an accident that leaves you injured, you deserve to be compensated. Unfortunately, the common reaction is for the at-fault party to avoid offering adequate compensation for the damage they have caused.


If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in an accident, you need the help of adept, experienced and dedicated lawyers to get compensation that is fair and adequate. Sloat & Nicholson P.C. is the law firm you need.We are also effective, compassionate and successful at winning cases for our clients. We take on cases in the areas of Denver, Longmont, Boulder and the rest of the state of Colorado.

We specialize in auto accident law. Our areas of practice include:

  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Auto accidents
  • Personal injury
  • Wrongful death
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Large truck accidents
  • Insurance bad faith
  • Dog bites
  • Wrongful death
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury


Whether or not you have a case depends on a number of factors. This includes who was at fault in an accident, how serious the injuries suffered are, the medical expenses incurred in treating the injuries and income lost as a result of being unable to work because of the injuries. We will determine this from a free, no-obligation consultation.

If you do have a case, it is best to start the process right away. In Colorado,auto accident law allows three years from the time an injury was sustained for a claim for compensation to be made. It is three years for auto accidents and two years for other kinds of injuries. However, in some situations, there are shorter time limits, as well as a requirement of notice to governmental entities which has to be done in 180 days.


When your life has been abruptly interrupted by an accident, your first concern is getting medical treatment. You don’t need the added stress of thinking of how you will come up with the money to pay an attorney to get you the compensation you deserve. Sloat & Nicholson P.C work on a contingency basis where our payment is a percentage of the amount we collect for you as damages.


In an attempt to minimize the amount they offer in compensation, the insurance company of the party at fault will rush over to you with papers for you to sign. The amount they offer in compensation will not always be enough to cover all the damages you have suffered. Signing the papers means that you accept what the insurance company is offering and you will pursue further compensation.

It’s our recommendation that you do not put your signature on the release forms you receive from the other party’s insurance company. Do not give a recorded statement. Keep communication with them limited and refer them to us.

There are 90 years of combined legal experience between the law firm’s three Boulder injury attorneys who specialize in auto accident law and other types of personal injury. Refer the insurance company to us and we will get the wheels of justice turning to get you the compensation you deserve. We have done it for thousands who have been awarded millions in damages. Count on us to do it for you too.

For your free consultation, contact Sloat Law at 1-800-873-3202.

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