In 2017, 16 bicyclists in Colorado died in traffic collisions. This tied with 2016 as the highest number of bicyclist deaths in the state in a 15-year period. As a bicyclist, staying safe on Colorado’s roadways means being predictable. One of the top reasons bicycle accidents occur is because someone breaks the rules. If a motorist can’t predict your next move because you’re not obeying the rules, you increase your risk of a collision. Obeying the state’s bike laws can
Bicycling is a popular pastime and an excellent form of exercise in Colorado, but when an accident occurs, the damage can be severe. If you look at statistics, a bicyclist is killed every six hours in the United States and about 75% of bicycle accidents result in traumatic brain injuries. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a bicycle accident, you will want to be fully prepared to file your claim. At Jordan, Herington & Rowley, our Denver
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