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The Colorado Springs lawyers at Heuser & Heuser, LLP offer free legal advice to injured accident victims and their families. We can answer all of your legal questions and are committed to getting you the money you deserve.
Based in Colorado Springs, we also offer our legal services to residents of Pueblo, Alamosa, the Arkansas Valley, Pikes Peak and everywhere on the Front Range.
If you’ve been injured in a vehicle accident, need assistance filing a workers’ compensation claim, or suspect a loved one is the victim of nursing home abuse, Heuser & Heuser can help. We represent clients in many areas of Colorado Springs personal injury law, including boating accidents, products liability, wrongful death, and medical malpractice.
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