Our Clients

Our clients are unique individuals with one thing in common: a serious injury has changed their lives and affected their loved ones.

They are different in every other way – heritage, resources, interests and values. They include firefighters and nurses, truck drivers and teachers, doctors and construction workers, union members* and lawyers, children and the elderly. They are important to families and communities – the kind of people who built the West and keep it strong.

Their stories are riveting. Their courage is our inspiration.

We are committed to aggressively and successfully protecting the rights of clients against corporations, manufacturers and insurance companies. Our opponents employ experienced, seasoned lawyers. Our clients deserve that same strength on their side.

There is no charge for the initial consultation, whether by telephone or by office visit. A contingent fee arrangement is available for clients with personal injuries and we can represent them anywhere in the State of Colorado.

At Keating Wagner Polidori Free, P.C., the decision of whether to settle or go to trial is never about taking the quickest or the easiest path to closing a case. We carefully evaluate the pros and cons of settlement and trial with our clients. The right decision is the one which best serves the needs and interests of our client.

And, once we have helped bring resolution to our clients’ case, our experience, advice and friendship remain.

* Many of our individual clients who have suffered serious injuries come through outside attorneys and health care providers.  However, a large part of our practice is Workers’ Compensation law helping injured union members:

  • Colorado Peace Officers’ Coalition – CPOC
  • Aurora Firefighters
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Local 68
  • International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers – Local 1886
  • International Union of Operating Engineers – Local 9
  • Ironworkers – Local 42
  • Denver Police Protection Association
  • Denver Fire Fighters – Local 858
  • Aurora Police Association
  • Cherry Hills Police Association
  • United Food & Commercial Workers Union – Local 7
  • Teamsters – Local 435
  • Colorado Teamsters – Local 17
  • Boulder Police Officers Association
  • International Association of Stage Hands – Local 7
  • Fraternal Order of Police, Denver Sheriff Department Lodge #27
  • Colorado Carpenters – Local 1068
  • Carpenters – Local 55
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Local 68
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Local 111
  • Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers & Grain Millers, International – Local 26
  • Association of Colorado State Patrol Professionals
  • Denver Theatrical Stage, Film and Exhibition Employees’ Union – Local 7
  • Westminster Police
  • Commerce City Police
  • Douglas County Sheriffs

The above is not legal advice. That can only come from a qualified attorney who is familiar with all the facts and circumstances of a particular, specific case and the relevant law. See Terms of Use.

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