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Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney

In a split second, a motorcycle accident can change your life forever. When other people hear about motorcycle accidents, they immediately assume the motorcyclist was at fault. They wrongly believe that all motorcyclists are careless, reckless, and commonly speed.

Statistics show that approximately 75% of all motorcycle accidents involve collisions with a passenger automobile where the car driver was at fault.

In multiple vehicle accidents, the driver of the other vehicle violates the biker’s right-of-way in more than two-thirds of all accidents.

Motorcycle accident victims deserve an edge. The way to gain that edge is by finding a law firm that understands the people who ride motorcycles.

Denver Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Insurance Companies Will Try To Use These Misconceptions And Cultural Bias Against You To Unfairly Deny Or Limit Your Injury Claims.

  • We won’t let them.
  • We understand motorcycle accidents.
  • We understand the dynamics of motorcycle accidents.
  • We know exactly how to protect your rights.


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Why Choose Us?

After the initial on-scene inspection, our accident reconstruction experts can compare the physical evidence from the scene inspection with our interviews and injury information.

Our investigative team then reconstructs the events that occurred just before, during, and after the crash. This allows us to build the best case for you.


We promptly review all investigative reports.


We thoroughly inspect the accident scene, the motorcycle, and the other vehicles.


We locate all traffic-crash evidence, including blood transfers, clothing scuffs, broken parts, tire skids, pavement scrapes, and yaw marks.


We interview the parties and all eyewitnesses.


We photograph all visible injuries and physical evidence.


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Do I Have a Good Motorcycle Accident Case?

The first thing we do is let you know if you have a good motorcycle accident case. To do that, we need to act quickly. Conducting a thorough accident investigation is the key to building a strong case.