Denver Attorneys Committed to Fighting for the Injured and Protecting the Rights of the Accused
Offering aggressive legal protections in a variety of personal injury cases and criminal defense cases, the attorneys at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. provide personalized attention and unparalleled persistence to achieve the results their clients deserve.
Personal Injury Cases – Holding the Negligent Responsible
When someone’s negligence leads to your injury, the negligent party should not walk away unscathed. Physical and emotional trauma, medical bills, missed work and antagonistic, unhelpful insurance companies can turn your life upside-down and put you in a tight spot mentally and financially. The law allows you to recover from those who have hurt you, and you can use the legal system to obtain compensation for your damages.
Our Denver accident lawyers represent victims of all types of accidents and injuries, including:
- Car accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Premises liability
- Truck accidents
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Defective medical devices
The Denver injury attorneys at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. have built their strong reputation on helping victims win justice. Combining youthful vigor and an aggressive approach to litigating cases, we are passionate about helping people. We do everything we can to help victims obtain justice and make negligent parties pay.
Criminal Defense – Protecting the Rights of the Accused
Our country’s legal system is one of the greatest in the history of the world, but it only works when our priority is the protection of the accused. It is too easy to let prosecutors and law enforcement with nearly unlimited resources simply “rubber stamp” convictions against individuals accused of crimes.
Our Denver criminal attorneys defend clients against charges in a broad spectrum of areas, including:
Our aggressive courtroom approach incorporates the latest in technology to persuade jurors. Our goal is nothing less than to safeguard all constitutional rights an accused has in our criminal justice system. More important than the facts of your case is knowing that you got your day in court and that we protected your rights to the greatest extent possible.