O’Sullivan Law Firm in Summit County

O’Sullivan Law Firm in Summit County

 

The O’Sullivan Law Firm also has an office in Frisco, CO serving all of Summit County. Scott O’Sullivan and his wife, Liz, have owned property in Summit County for over 20 years. Since purchasing the land, they started a family and now also own a home in the area. Scott noticed that Summit County residents and tourists had few choices when it comes to local personal injury attorneys with state-wide experience.  Hoping to better serve this community, the firm opened an office in Frisco, CO.

It starts with a conversation

Call or text us at 303-388-5304 or click the button below for your free consultation. You pay nothing until we win for you.

 

What is a Contingency Fee?

If you are looking for an attorney to help you after an accident, you should know that there is a distinct difference between personal injury attorneys and other types of lawyers. Personal injury attorneys don’t charge you a dime for anything until after your case is settled. If you have met an attorney who charges you for a consultation or asks you to pay a “signing fee” to handle your case, run the other way!

Personal injury law is one legal specialty that works on a contingency fee, which is simply a fancy way of saying, “free until we win.” You should pay nothing to your personal injury attorney until he or she secures a settlement for you from your case. At that point, your attorney will recoup some costs and receive an agreed-upon percentage of your settlement.

And by the way, it’s free to call me up to discuss your case. I would enjoy the opportunity to hear what you’re facing and to offer my help.

Experience Counts

Without experience in Denver’s courtrooms – and specifically in Colorado personal injury law – other attorneys may not be qualified to represent Summit County residents and tourists well.

Summit County is one of the most stunning areas in all of Colorado. It is home to many passionate residents who love their quaint-yet-busy hometowns. It is also one of the most visited areas in the state, with tourists flocking in from all over the world all year long. Yet, the area lacks attorneys who specialize in Colorado personal injury law. And without experience in Denver’s courtrooms – and specifically in Colorado personal injury law – other attorneys may not be qualified to represent Summit County residents and tourists well. If you have been in a car accident or motorcycle accident in Summit County, CO (including Frisco, Breckenridge, Dillon, Keystone and Silverthorne) you need an attorney with fine-tuned experience in Colorado’s personal injury laws.  Yes, you may have a well-meaning friend who practices estate law and who might be willing to “take a look at your case.” But chances are very good that he or she will not truly understand the complexities of Colorado negligence laws, including how you should manage your healthcare costs or lost wages. At the O’Sullivan Law Firm’s Frisco office, you have access to some of the state’s best legal minds in the arena of personal injury law. But, because we have roots in Summit County, we also know and appreciate the culture of the town where your accident occurred. We know the people and the businesses where we might find witnesses to your accident, and we can connect the dots all the way to Colorado’s courtrooms, where we also know the people who can affect your case. If you’ve been the victim of a car accidentmotorcycle accidentDUI accident or bicycle accident in Summit County, CO, don’t call a lawyer who “dabbles” in personal injury law. Call a local, experienced attorney with a track record of success – The O’Sullivan Law Firm.

A special note to Colorado tourists

Colorado accidents should be handled by Colorado attorneys. Here’s why: Colorado’s laws are different from other states’ laws. Most other states have something called “no-fault insurance,” meaning, if you get in an accident in that state, your insurance covers you no matter who is at fault, including your medical bills, lost wages, etc. But, if you’re in an accident in Summit County, Colorado, the person who is responsible for the accident is responsible for all of the victim’s damages. Simply put, if you are in a car or motorcycle accident on Colorado roads, you cannot expect your own insurance to cover your expenses. A Colorado accident attorney can help bridge this chasm for victims, helping you to understand other insurance options available and even helping to protect your credit. Meanwhile, the attorney can also work to secure the best possible outcome from the at-fault driver’s insurance.