Bradley Devitt Haas and Watkins, P.C.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation : 303-552-2615

Bradley Devitt Haas and Watkins, P.C. | Golden Lawyers
Bradley Devitt Haas and Watkins, P.C. | Golden Lawyers


A Personal Approach To Auto Accidents And Other Personal Injuries

The time to gather evidence to support an injury claim or lawsuit is in the immediate aftermath of a crash. If you wait to get an investigation underway, valuable evidence such as the following may become unavailable — and your case may be harmed:

  • Photos or eyewitness descriptions of the scene of the accident
  • Contact information of eyewitnesses
  • Photos or personal observations of the crashed car or dangerous premises condition
  • Photos of the injuries while swelling, bruises and lacerations are still clearly visible

Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C., is a valuable resource for the injured. Our lawyers bring more than 30 years of experience handling personal injury cases in Colorado. They take a very personal approach to advocacy on behalf of injured people and, when applicable, close family members such as a spouse or children who also have claims or are closely involved in caring for the injured person.

Attorney Jon T. Bradley will work with you if you have been injured and become a client of Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C. He handles a wide range of personal injury cases, including:

Our Approach To Seeking Maximum Compensation

We rarely recommend a quick settlement as a resolution unless we believe this will yield the maximum recovery of compensation. Rather, we take time to get to know an injured person and his or her family, to review medical reports and to prepare compelling arguments most likely to succeed in settlement negotiation conferences or in a courtroom.

Contact A Colorado Personal Injury Lawyer

Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C., invites you to call 303-552-2615 or send an email message if you’ve been injured after an accident. Initial consultations are free. If we represent you, it will most likely be on a contingency basis, meaning that you will not owe attorney fees until your case is settled or a jury verdict is achieved and paid.