Personal Injury Law In Grand Junction
Fierce Advocacy From A Fellow Injury Survivor — 970-644-5599
If you have been injured in an accident, you are facing mounting medical bills, extensive rehabilitation and lost income from time out of work. You need help.
By retaining a skilled personal injury attorney in Grand Junction, you may be able to obtain the compensation you deserve. Attorney Chadwick McGrady holds negligent individuals and powerful insurance companies accountable for the responsibility they have to you. You are entitled to financial compensation for the wrongs against you – let the Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., help you obtain it.
For attentive service and representation from a Grand Junction personal injury lawyer who has recovered millions for victims of negligence, call 970-644-5599.
Pursuing Justice For Injury Victims In Mesa County
Lawsuits have gotten a bad reputation in society. You may even feel that suing a negligent party is a violation of your values. You are not alone.
The truth is, if you were injured due to negligence — even by a friend or family member — you have a right to protect your family against financial ruin. You have a legal right to receive money for past and future medical care. In most cases, the insurance company will leave you with no choice but to sue, as it will do everything it can to avoid doing the right thing.
Experience & Knowledge You Can Rely On
Catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries require a high level of technical and medical knowledge. Attorney Chadwick McGrady has earned a reputation for working with many of the region’s leading medical experts and life care specialists to ensure that your case is prepared to recover a maximum money settlement or jury award when an insurance company forces you to take your case to trial.
It will cost you nothing to get the help you need because Attorney Chadwick McGrady operates on a contingency fee basis. You owe no fee unless he wins your case. If he does recover compensation, only a percentage of your total award will be taken as an attorney’s fee.