An Accomplished Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyer
Mr. Nowland has achieved Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards. He will personally handle all cases. Phone calls are promptly returned if he is not immediately available. Mr. Nowland has been in practice in Colorado Springs continuously since 1971.
William (Bill) Nowland has been a personal injury lawyer people trust in Colorado Springs, Colorado since 1971. He has more than 40 years of experience as a responsive, compassionate and knowledgeable advocate for individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own.
Clients are Bill’s top priority. He has also built an excellent reputation with the legal community of Colorado, achieving an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell® — a distinction signifying the highest quality legal work, professionalism and ethical standards. He takes pride in this reputation and strives every day to help people whose lives have been affected by the negligence of others.
Bill Nowland fights for justice for those affected emotionally, physically and financially by personal injury due to the reckless, negligent or unsafe actions of hospitals, doctors, nurses, drivers, property owners and manufacturers. No matter the extent of your injuries, he gives his all to serving your needs for compensation. He knows that an injury affects not only those who are directly injured but also their family and friends. Click here to see the types of personal injury cases Bill Nowland handles.
Bill aggressively protects your rights and strives to win the financial compensation you deserve to cover the following:
Fighting for the injured in Colorado and elsewhere
William Nowland is committed to helping those injured due to the negligence of others throughout Colorado, focusing on the city of Colorado Springs.\
For Colorado Springs personal injuries
To arrange for a free consultation on your personal injury case, call William Nowland at 719.352.5064 or contact him online. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis (if there is no recovery then there will be no lawyer fees) or on an hourly fee basis.