Colorado Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers

Many people enjoy riding motorcycles for the sense of freedom they bring, but unfortunately, many riders are seriously injured and even killed in accidents every year.

In Colorado, while motorcycles represent only 3% of the vehicles on the road, they account for 20% of the accident fatalities. In 2018, there were 620 fatal accidents involving motorcycles in the state, throughout Denver, Fort Collins, Loveland, and surrounding areas.

As you can see, warm weather brings out riders en masse and with it comes the higher risk of accidents each year.

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident in Colorado due to a negligent driver, you have a lot of questions about what steps to take next. Do not let them overwhelm you, it is important to act fast in order to get the compensation you deserve.

Why You Should Work with an Expert Motorcycle Accident Attorney

After an accident, you are no doubt struggling with pain, damages, medical bills, and more. But you need an attorney for your Colorado motorcycle accident sooner rather than later. You need:

  1. To determine how much you are entitled to and you need legal expertise getting the compensation you deserve
  2. To work around the law and negotiate with intimidating insurance companies, something we can do for you
  3. To get answers to your questions
  4. To have peace of mind during an otherwise overwhelming time
  5. To act quickly, because time is against you after a motorcycle accident

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Colorado Motorcycle Accident Statistics

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety and Administration, there were over four thousand motorcycle accident fatalities that occurred throughout the nation.

  • 44% of all accidents involved a single motorcycle. The remaining 56% of all accidents involved multiple vehicles.
  • Over 85% of those killed in such accidents were involved in an accident with another passenger vehicle.
  • Many motorcycle accidents relate to drunk driving, tired drivers, or negligence.

Being struck by a drunk driver while on a motorcycle leaves one susceptible to many debilitating injuries, including bone fractures, back, neck, and head injuries, brain trauma, severe burns, coma, and even death.

605 people died due to motorcycle accidents on the roads of Colorado last year. This troubling statistic is 24% higher than previous years, and Colorado authorities admit drunk driving plays a key role.

Common Injuries from Motorcycle Accidents

In the Denver area, due to congested highways, head injuries are incredibly common because drivers hit their heads against the front of the motorcycle or the other vehicles involved upon impact. Extensive medical treatment is required after such injuries.

Soft tissue injuries can be incredibly painful, and that pain can continue for years to come, sometimes permanently. However, many states will try to limit the compensation for soft tissue damage, especially compared to broken bones. The legal system offers settlements for what they view as the most painful at the time of the accident. Let us help you try and prevent this from happening.

Whiplash happens when the muscles and ligaments in the neck are damaged by sudden movement.

Spinal injuries are quite common as a result of whiplash and can lead to more catastrophic damage. These are particularly common in higher speed crashes that involve other vehicles. Over time, spinal injuries can lead to permanent paralysis, limited mobility, and long term pain. These can include spinal cord injuries in particular which can also lead to paralysis.

Broken bones are one of the most common injuries sustained by motorcyclists on the road. The blunt force trauma during impact with another vehicle on the roadway causes multiple bones to break or shatter. In more severe cases, there can be issues with the combination of burns and broken bones which require amputation.

If you have been injured in a Colorado motorcycle accident, it is important to speak with a Personal Injury Attorney in order to get the compensation you need for your case, and make sure everything is done right. At Anderson Hemmat, we offer free case evaluations, give us a call today at (303) 782-9999 for expert 1 on 1 advice.

Am I entitled to compensation for my motorcycle accident?

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident in the Colorado Springs Area, and that injury or injuries resulted from the negligence of another driver, the answer is yes!

If, for example, you were injured going through an intersection because another driver ran a red light, then you are entitled to compensation for your motorcycle accident. If your bike slipped on an icy patch and injured yourself with no other vehicles involved, you are not.

There are many factors that determine how much you can receive in compensation, but the biggest factors are the total amount of your medical bills and the extent of your injuries. This is important because some injuries need treatment immediately such as internal bleeding.

Some types of motorcycle accident injuries may not result in any long-term consequences or the need for long-term medical care whereas other injuries can require regular care for the rest of the victim's life.

How to get the most compensation for your Colorado motorcycle accident

If you have been injured in a drunk driving accident while on your motorcycle, it is very important that you contact a Colorado personal injury lawyer right away. You may be entitled to financial compensation for your pain and suffering, as well as any other hardship brought about by the accident.

At Anderson Hemmat, our personal injury attorneys make our clients our number one priority and our results speak for themselves.

Case Type

Judgment

Vehicle Accident Male, 61 years old

$1,450,000

Vehicle Accident Male, 53 years old

$445,000

Vehicle Accident Male, 57 years old

$997,600

Vehicle Accident/Wrongful Death Female, 50 years old

$10,000,000

Vehicle Accident/Workers’ Comp Male, 33 years old

$2,600,000

Vehicle Accident Male, 49 years old

$1,295,000

At our firm, we have over 60 years of experience. Our team consists of multiple lawyers who focus on each type of motorcycle accident, be it a rear-end collision or a T-bone in an intersection. We understand the most common injuries and the long-term impact of motorcycle accident injuries.

What do you do if you have been involved in a Motorcycle Accident in Colorado?

Regardless of how well you feel after a motorcycle accident, you need a full medical examination, as some injuries do not immediately make themselves felt and require an in-depth examination to properly diagnose. Some of the most serious injury accidents we can assist you with include spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries.

An examination at the local emergency room may not identify soft tissue injury or other injuries to the neck or spine such as a herniated or bulging disc. These can be difficult to distinguish from strains and muscles spasms.

Pain or numbness may appear in a variety of parts of the body at a later time. If so, seek medical help immediately. A closed head injury also may not show any symptoms for some time. Symptoms that may require medical attention include:

  • Dizziness
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Memory loss, or
  • Personality changes

Useful Motorcycle Crash Injury Information

Why Work with Anderson Hemmat?

At Anderson Hemmat, we have over 60 years of experience helping our clients get compensation for their personal injury claims in Colorado.

Our team has experience in all types of car accident and motorcycle accident cases, having helped hundreds of clients obtain the legal help, compensation, and peace of mind they deserve in their cases.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a motorcycle accident, you need legal consultation in order to understand:

  1. What to do next
  2. What you are entitled to
  3. How to act fast
  4. Which legal paths to take
  5. And much more

At Anderson Hemmat, we understand the trauma of being involved in a motorcycle accident. Injuries can be life-changing, and sometimes, even fatal. Dealing with the grief can be hard enough, and you want to make sure that when it comes to the legal side of things, you can have the peace of mind that it will be handled properly and by experienced professionals.

That is why we offer our professional promise to each one of our clients to not only get you the compensation your family deserves for your pain and suffering. Give our Colorado Springs Motorcycle Accident Attorneys a call today for a free case evaluation which will help you learn more about your case, and what steps to take next. We understand your pain and trauma and are here to help you through this experience.

Consult With Us About Your Colorado Motorcycle Accident Claim

When you contact our firm, you will be connected with an experienced personal injury attorney who will be able to advise you regarding your claim. We can seek full financial compensation for things like motorcycle repair costs, medical bills and even emotional trauma you may have suffered. Don't wait any longer to secure the representation that you need. Contact a Denver motorcycle accident lawyer from our firm!


Motorcycle Crash Injury Case FAQ's

Will my motorcycle accident claim be negitively affected if I wasn't wearing a helmet?

No. You choosing to not wear a helmet did not contribute to the causation of the accident and you are eligible to recover your losses. We recommend riders wear proper head protection at all times.


Will my uninsured diver insurance (UIM) on my auto insurance policy cover me if I am injured while riding my motorcycle?

Yes! If you are hit by an uninsured or under-insured driver while riding your motorcycle the UIM on your auto insurance policy would cover you. But remember! You may have opted to refuse UIM on your current auto insurance policy because it is not mandatory in Colorado! We advise that you check your current auto policy and if you do not have UM/UIM adjust the policy to add it! The insurance companies don't want to sell it but trust us...you want it and the state of Colorado makes them offer it to you.