Helping the Injured Through Life-Changing Events Over 60 Years of Combined Experience

Personal Injury Attorneys

Representing Clients in Grand Junction, Montrose, Telluride & Communities Throughout Colorado and Eastern Utah

Accidents happen without warning and or preparation. Innocent lives are changed forever. Decades of experience handling personal injury cases, representing both accident victims and insurance companies, have equipped us to provide exceptional guidance to our injured clients in their time of need.

Insurance policies are designed to protect individuals and their families when tragedies occur. 

However, the legal team at accident and injury firm Doehling Law in Grand Junction, Colorado, knows that it's not always as simple as submitting a claim and waiting for the funds to be paid out. In fact, we know firsthand that it's rarely that straightforward and easy.

  • “Gary made sure that all avenues were explored for getting me the highest award possible, kept me informed of the status of the claims, and expressed great empathy and kindness during my painful recovery.”

    - Denise M.
  • “They are helping with a legal issue. Very professional and caring. Recommend this firm.”

    - Rudi M.
  • “Did a very good job of communicating. Very professional and truly worked in my best interest all along.”

    - Chris B.
  • “We felt well represented by Doehling Law, our interests and concerns were taken care of and we appreciate everything that was done for us.”

    - Roxie K.
  • “They resolved my claim in a timely matter and gave closure to an uncertain future, I cannot thank them enough for their persistence to detail and dedication to do what is right.”

    - Carl C.

    Our Values

    What Makes Us Different
    • Over 60 Years of Combined Experience
    • Local Team of Attorneys
    • Personalized & Compassionate Representation
    • Direct Access to an Attorney
    • Insider Understanding of The Insurance Industry
    • No Recovery, No Fee!
    • After Hours & Weekend Appointments Available
    • Spanish Consultations Available

    Cases We Handle

    An Insider's Understanding of The Insurance Industry

    Attorney Gary Doehling, who is now retired, worked for decades with large insurance providers that used loopholes and technicalities to minimize the amount that was paid to victims in personal injury cases.

    Both individuals now lead an accomplished team that works to maximize the compensation that injured parties and their families receive if they are seriously injured in an accident that was caused by someone else's negligence.

    We adhere to a western tradition of talking straight and backing it up with our actions. We empathize with every accident victim, but if we cannot add value to your case by increasing the amount of compensation you ultimately recover, we will tell you as much and recommend the best steps for you to take on your own.

    • NTL Top 10 Membership
    • Top 20 Personal Injury Verdicts

      Skilled at Handling a Broad Range of Personal Injury Cases

      No other firm on the Western Slope—and perhaps in the entire state—fields a team that boasts the amount of experience and acumen about the inner workings of the insurance giants as Doehling Law.

      That insight is critical because it allows us to accurately estimate the value of an automobile accident or other personal injury case and anticipate the strategies of the insurance providers, whose overriding objective is to pay out as little to accident victims as possible.

      The insurance company has experienced lawyers on its side—you should, too.

      It's important to note that if we represent you in a personal injury case, our lawyers work directly with you from the initial consultation through the resolution of your case.

      And while we remove the headaches of communicating with medical providers and insurance companies from your plate, we also take great care to keep you informed at every step regarding all of your options so you can be an active participant in the important decisions that are made.

      • Pedestrian Accident $1,300,000

        Pedestrian accident by work truck settled for $1,300,000.

      • Professional Liability $950,000

        Professional liability case settled for $950,000.

      • Neck & Back Injury from Bicycle Accident $800,000

        We recovered a settlement for a cyclist who got hit by a car.

      • Jury Verdict: Vehicle vs. Tractor $767,000

        The accident resulted in acute trauma to the chest cavity.

      • Cervical Fusion from Golf Cart Accident $750,000

        Golf car accident which led to cervical fusion.


        Get Started Now
        • Please enter your first name.
        • Please enter your last name.
        • Please enter your phone number.
          This isn't a valid phone number.
        • Please enter your email address.
          This isn't a valid email address.
        • Please make a selection.
        • Please enter a message.


        • Is My Personal Injury Settlement or Verdict Taxable?
          This depends: Punitive damages are taxable as "other means of income." Interest income comes from judgment interest. Compensation for economic and noneconomic damages is not taxed by the IRS. The settlement or verdict agreement will be clearly stated so the IRS will impose you fairly.
        • What Is the Required Minimum Auto Insurance In Colorado?
          Legal auto insurance coverage is: $25,000 per injured victim $15,000 minimum in property damage $50,000 per accident, no matter how many victims have been affected Since Colorado is a "fault" state, this means you can file a claim against the defendant driver's insurance carrier. However, if the at-fault driver is uninsured or underinsured, there are steps you can take to get around that.
        • If the Accident Was Somewhat My Fault, Can I Still Win My Case?
          Yes. However, you may not win the maximum possible settlement amount. Under Colorado's fault principles, your damages will be decreased in proportion to your fault. So, if you were 30% at fault, then your damages would be reduced by that amount in the claims. Keep in mind that the court determines fault.
        • How Much Time Do I Have to File an Auto Accident Lawsuit?
          In most cases, you have around three years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. The deadline can be prolonged if you discovered the injury later. If you are planning to sue a government establishment, you may be required to file a claim within a few months after the accident.