Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists flock to Denver to ride alongside the scenic mountains and greenery and enjoy the crisp, cool air. Denver is even home to the annual Colorado Motorcycle Expo, which is one of the largest motorcycle events in the country that attracts motorcyclists from near and far.

Unfortunately, some of the motorcyclists who ride on Denver’s streets will be involved in accidents with other vehicles on the road. Motorcycle accidents are on the rise in the state of Colorado, and many of them result in traumatic injuries.


Motorcyclists Often Suffer Serious Injuries

Motorists have the benefit of being protected by seatbelts, airbags, and other safety features found in cars, but motorcyclists do not. Motorcyclists are often thrown off their bikes onto the pavement during a collision. In other cases, a motorcyclist may lose balance and fall to the side with the weight of his motorcycle landing on top of him. As a result, even a minor motorcycle accident could lead to serious injuries for the motorcyclist.

Some of the most common injuries that motorcyclists can sustain in an accident are fractured bones, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, crushed limbs, biker’s arm, and road rash. Even if a motorcyclist is wearing a helmet and padding, he can still sustain these injuries in an accident. Motorcycle accident victims may suffer from the effects of these injuries for years and in some cases, the rest of their lives. Some victims will have to go through extensive medical treatment, including surgeries, rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Medical bills may begin to pile up during your recovery, and it may be difficult to pay them if you’ve had to take time off of work to heal. Fortunately, victims can turn to an experienced motorcycle accident attorney at Reisch Law Firm for help recovering the compensation that they deserve.


Seek Legal Representation After a Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accident victims may be entitled to compensation for current and future medical expenses, lost wages, emotional pain and suffering, and more. But, it can be difficult to calculate how much your personal injury claim is worth if you aren’t sure what to expect in the future. Will you need additional medical treatment? Will the symptoms of your injury return or worsen over time? Will you have to take time off of work to focus on your recovery? If you don’t know the answers to these questions, you may end up accepting a settlement that is far too low. That’s why you should work with a skilled motorcycle accident attorney who has experience representing clients in these cases. Our attorneys know how to estimate the expenses you will incur and the wages you will lose in the future, so we won’t let you make this costly mistake.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, there’s no better time than the present to contact Reisch Law Firm. Call 303-291-0555 today to schedule a free consultation regarding your case with a member of our team.