Personal Injury Law


Bruce Kaye and Kaye and Associates bring their seasoned expertise to the challenging area of  personal injury law.  The firm is proud its success in this field of practice.  Kaye and Associates continues to lead the Denver and Rocky Mountain Region in helping clients through difficult and often times, catastrophic cases.  What sets us apart in this area of law is our ability to persevere during complex cases that take intense research, coordination of experts and superior advocacy skills.

“Personal Injury” is a broad and general category for a large variety of legal claims. Our case files include clients who suffered from all sorts of serious injuries, such as: traumatic brain injury or closed head injuries; crush injuries; spinal cord injuries; orthopedic and neurological injuries; hearing loss and injuries (tinnitus); dog bites and other conditions resulting in permanent impairment or physical disfigurement.

More about Personal Injury Cases in General

We approach each case individually, taking into account its particular factual and legal challenges as well as the needs of the client. The firm’s knowledge, creativity and diligence are employed to achieve a positive outcome for the client.  We value the referrals we receive from other attorneys and former clients. Our firm works alone or in co-counsel arrangements.

By way of example, our attorneys have handled personal injury claims resulting in catastrophic damages, injuries or losses, arising in the following contexts:

  • automobile collisions
  • bicycle collisions
  • trucking collisions
  • motorcycle collisions
  • collisions involving horses
  • pedestrian injuries
  • injuries taking place on commercial, recreational property, including at trade exhibits or at a "pick your own" farm
  • dog bites or dog attacks
  • injuries at recreational or sporting facilities or events centers
  • injuries occurring in the context of professional negligence, including legal malpractice
  • injuries occurring at nursing home and extended care facilities
  • accidents caused by the wrongful acts or omissions by governmental entities

Many personal injury cases involve Premises Liability otherwise known as Slip and Fall Cases. These are injuries taking place on private or commercial property from the wrongful maintenance, design, supervision or condition of the property.

More about Premise Liability Cases

Our attorneys have extensive experience with Premises Liability/Slip and Fall Cases. Premises Liability is a very broad term for injury claims arising from the wrongful maintenance, design, supervision or conditions on a property. Premises liability cases often involve thorough knowledge of applicable standards, laws or regulations. It may be important to consult with experts about diverse topics such as liquid dynamics or visual perception.
By way of example, we have handled personal injury claims arising in the following scenarios on personal or commercial property:
  • slipping and falling on spilled liquids in a grocery store
  • a guest falling two stories when an exterior hotel/condo railing collapsed
  • slipping and falling on ice or slush in a public parking lot or on a homeowner’s walkway
  • being bitten by a dog on the dog owner’s property
  • being struck by falling merchandise at a store
  • falling into a hole on another’s property
  • being injured while jumping on a neighbor’s trampoline
  • sliding and slipping on a wet entry mat into a restaurant

In addition, where a governmental entity is potentially responsible for injuries on property, it is essential to review Colorado’s governmental immunity statute and law. When in doubt, written statutory notice must be provided to the governing board of the governmental entity within 180 days of the wrongful conduct. If the correct notice is not given, then the injured client may be precluded from pursuing his or her claims.

Contact us regarding your personal injury cases.

3333 South Bannock Street, Suite 900
Englewood CO 80110

Tel: (303) 477-8787

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.