Motorcyclist Injured in Officer Involved Accident | Denver Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

A motorcyclist was injured in an accident with a Denver Police officer, according to 9 News. The officer was responding to a call, when he collided with a motorcycle at the intersection of Colorado Blvd and Alameda Ave. The officer was not injured, but the motorcyclist was taken to the hospital, where their condition has not been reported. The crash is under investigation, and no details are available.

Have you been injured in a motorcycle accident? Contact a dedicated Denver motorcycle accident lawyer immediately.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 4,500 motorcyclists are killed every year in traffic accidents across the United States. The very freedom and sense of fun that many motorcyclists value, also make riders more likely to be injured in the event of a crash. With very little of the inherent protections of a car or truck, and no equivalent to seat belts or air bags, many motorcyclists are very seriously injured when involved in accidents. While research indicates that helmets can make a significant impact in saving lives, Colorado is one of 28 states in which adults are not legally required to wear helmets while riding.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact a dedicated Denver motorcycle accident lawyer right away to discuss your options. Denver motorcycle accident attorney Andrew Bubb has helped numerous Coloradans who have been injured in motorcycle accidents. No one should have to suffer financial hardship on top of physical injury because of the negligence of another driver. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION contact Andrew today at 1(800)773-4492.


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