Car Crashes Into Credit Union – Aurora Personal Injury Attorney

An elderly woman crashed her car through the front of a credit union office in Aurora, CO according to KDVR.com.  The woman was attempting to back out of a parking space at the Public Service Credit Union near I-225 and Mississippi but apparently put her car in drive instead of reverse.  The accident caused a good deal of damage to the credit union office, but fortunately no one was injured.

If you or a member of your family has been injured in an accident involving negligence, you need an aggressive and dedicated Aurora personal injury lawyer on your side.

Each year, there are about four million motor vehicle accidents involving property damage with no injuries, resulting in billions of dollars of damage.  In this case, it was extremely fortunate that no one was injured, but in a situation in which a car drives into a building someone inside the building could be seriously injured.  In a case like this, it can be very complicated to understand who is responsible for medical bills to people who have been injured.  With several different people involved, from the driver, to the owner of the building, each party may try to avoid responsibility for your injury.

If you have been injured by another person’s negligence, and no one will take responsibility, you need an aggressive, dedicated Aurora personal injury lawyer to evaluate your situation and help you recover the compensation you deserve.  William Godsman is an experienced Aurora personal injury attorney who will work hard to protect your legal rights.  For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Will at (303)455-6900.


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