The law firm of Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. began and exists solely to obtain justice for victims of negligence and those accused of crimes. Our young and aggressive Denver injury lawyers are trial attorneys by nature, employing the latest in courtroom and trial technology to persuade juries and vindicate your rights.
We know that when another person’s negligence injures you or when you are facing criminal charges, your case becomes one of the only things that matters in your life. The challenges you face can pose difficulties you have never before experienced. At Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C., your tribulations are our tribulations, and we work hard to ease your burdens.
Our initial consultation with you is free. From the outset, we put our all into every case. You will meet with both attorneys and paralegals throughout the process. Once we finalize our representation, you will be able to directly reach your lawyers at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C.
Another person’s negligent act can lead to a lifetime of pain and suffering for you or a loved one. Negligence can require thousands of dollars in medical bills and painful therapy just to attempt to regain the life you once had. Our attorneys at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. pursue personal injury cases with tenacity, utilizing their familiarity with insurance companies to make them pay what you deserve when someone else’s negligence causes you injury.
For our justice system to work, the aggressive defense of the rights of the accused is paramount. Prosecutors and law enforcement have the government’s resources at their disposal. Criminal charges and zealous prosecution may overwhelm defendants, but we provide the experience and persistence that criminal defense demands. Our Denver criminal lawyers are dedicated to protecting your rights in a variety of criminal defense cases.
We have built our reputation through aggressively pursuing negligent parties and aggressively defending the rights of those accused in a criminal matter. Contact Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. immediately if you are involved in a personal injury matter or if you face criminal charges.