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Aurora Motorcycle Accident Attorney

As a motorcyclist, you are incredibly exposed, even when wearing all of the proper safety gear. Injuries from an accident can be very serious and even life-threatening.

At the Law Office of Anna L. Burr in Aurora, Colorado, we understand the risks you face. We spent years working for insurance companies defending accident claims. Now we’re working for you. We can help you get the compensation you deserve. We are compassionate, dedicated and driven to work harder and smarter than anyone else to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. We represent motorcyclists throughout the Denver metropolitan area.

Why Motorcycle Accidents Happen

More than 5,000 motorcyclists die in accidents every year, and that has been on the rise in recent years. These tragic accidents often happen because drivers of four-wheeled vehicle fail to look for motorcycles. This can lead to the following types of accidents:

  • Drivers turning left in front of motorcycles.
  • Cars changing lanes directly into spaces already occupied by motorcycles.
  • Cars rear-ending motorcycles at stops signs and red lights.
  • Cars colliding with motorcycles in intersections.

Even though there is nothing the motorcyclist could have done to avoid the accident, many insurance companies attempt to shift the blame to the motorcyclist. They may say, for example, that a motorcyclist was speeding or driving recklessly. As a result, it is important to build a strong case of negligence against the other driver.

Talk to Experienced Attorneys About Your Injuries

To find out more about your options from an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer, come in for a free initial consultation. It’s totally free to discuss your personal injury case with us. We only charge a fee if and when we win your case. Just call 720-500-2076 or contact us online.


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