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The Law Office of D. Chadwick Calvert

About The Law Office of D. Chadwick Calvert based in Centennial, CO

OUR STORY

Since 1987, D. Chadwick Calvert has handled thousands of cases involving Colorado motor vehicle accidents. Mr. Calvert has extensive experience in all types of accidents and has an excellent understanding of Colorado's laws including all issues that may consist from the most simple to the more complex motor vehicle accidents. The Law Office of D. Chadwick Calvert offers personalized service catering to the individual needs of each and every client.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

  • We will get you compensation for medical treatment, lost wages, pain and suffering.
  • We will assist you in replacing your motor vehicle and arranging a rental.
  • We will immediately speak to you and answer all of your questions.
  • We will get your out-of-pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • We will not charge you any legal fees unless we win your case.

Blog Posts

Picture of blogpost Do Minor Vehicle Accidents Need To Be Reported?

The National Highway Traffic Administration says that “car accidents occur every minute of every day.”  Of course, not all of these are ten-car pile-ups or head-on collisions. Most of them are minor accidents such as fender benders or other low-speed accidents. Dealing with an insurance company can be difficult, confusing, and expensive. This is why  … Read more

Picture of blogpost What Benefits Am I Entitled To After A Car Accident?

Being involved in a car accident can be traumatizing for both parties involved. The repercussions can cause a variety of complications and put someone’s entire life on hold. Those who received physical injuries and/or emotional distress might require months of medical treatment which might result in unemployment, not to mention six-figure hospital bills. It’s easy  … Read more

Picture of blogpost Kinds of Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury law dictates that when someone’s actions or negligence causes another person harm, the injured person may be entitled to compensation. The key word here is “may”. There are certainly many instances in which, despite the injury that occurred, there is no one who is legally at fault. Personal injury can be a broken  … Read more