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Denver Car versus Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

The Denver motorcycle accident lawyers at McDermott Law are committed to helping those who have been injured in car versus motorcycle accidents.

The Denver motorcycle accident lawyers at McDermott Law are committed to helping those who have been injured in car versus motorcycle accidents.

An Experienced Motorcycle Rider and Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

When cars and motorcycles collide, riders have a significantly high risk of sustaining serious, potentially life-threatening injuries due to the facts that:

  • Riders have little to no protection from the impacts of these collisions.
  • Motorcycles are not equipped with safety features – like the seatbelts or airbags in passenger vehicles – that can protect riders in the event of a collision. As a result, riders are likely to be thrown from their motorcycles when collisions with passenger vehicles occur.
  • Given that motorcycles weigh substantially less than cars, an impact between motorcycles and cars – even when vehicles are going at slow speeds – can have devastating effects on riders.

In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):

  • Approximately 85 percent of all fatal motorcycle accidents that involved two or more vehicles were car versus motorcycle accidents.
  • When car and motorcycle collisions resulted in death, about 98 percent of the fatalities affected motorcycle riders while only about 2 percent of the deaths involved the occupants of the passenger vehicles.

 

Causes of Car versus Motorcycle Accidents

Some of the factors that can contribute to the occurrence of car versus motorcycle accidents include (but are not limited to):

  • Drivers (or riders) failing to comply with traffic laws
  • Drivers (or riders) operating their vehicles while intoxicated with drugs and/or alcohol
  • Drivers (or riders) being distracted while operating their vehicles
  • Defective equipment on the car or motorcycle (Examples of such vehicle equipment failures can include tire failure, brake failure, steering problems, etc.)
  • Dangerous road conditions (which can include icy roadways, objects or animals in the roads, obscured or a completed lack of signage, poorly marked lanes and/or a lack of guard rails on especially curvy roads)
  • Poor weather conditions that can make roadways slick and/or reduce drivers’ or riders’ ability to see the road in front of them.

 

Meeting with Our Denver, Colorado Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one has recently been injured in a car versus motorcycle accident – or in any type of motorcycle accident, you will need an experienced lawyer who will defend your rights and help you secure the compensation you deserve. For more than two decades, the Denver motorcycle accident lawyers at McDermott Law have been standing up to insurance companies and defense attorneys to help accident victims secure the maximum possible settlements for their injuries and losses.

Our dedication to helping motorcycle accident victims, as well as our extensive knowledge of personal injury law and our vast litigating experience, help us consistently build victims the strongest possible cases. In fact, while we are highly effective negotiators in mediation and arbitration proceedings, we are also fierce litigators in court. By working with our respected legal professionals, you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible representation for your motorcycle accident claim and that you have the best chances of resolving your case as beneficially and efficiently as possible.

For more information about your legal rights and entitlements, along with a professional evaluation of your potential case, set up a complimentary consult with our lawyers by calling us at (303) 964-1800 or by emailing us using the form on this screen.

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