Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Representing Victims From All Over The Denver Area

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates motorcyclists are about 32 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in motor vehicle accidents and six times more likely to be injured. The failure of motorists to detect and recognize motorcycles in traffic is the predominant cause of motorcycle accidents. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Cliff Enten have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. With offices in Colorado Springs, Denver and Fort Collins, Cliff Enten is able to represent clients all over the greater Denver Area. Contact Cliff Enten and our other accident attorneys if you have been injured in a motorcycle accident.

  • Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries
  • Motorcycle Accident Facts And Statistics
  • What To Do At The Scene Of A Motorcycle Accident

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries:

Motorcycle crashes are common — particularly among beginning riders. Motorcycle accidents are inherently dangerous due to the rider's high level of exposure. Crash analyses show head and neck injuries account for a majority of serious and fatal injuries to motorcyclists.

  • Severe road rash
  • Traumatic amputation
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Multiple broken bones
  • Brain injuries
  • Paralysis (paraplegia and quadriplegia)
  • Wrongful death

Motorcycle accidents are caused by a number of factors, including poor weather conditions, defective roadway designs, product defects (tires, helmets, etc.), and reckless or negligent driving. If you or a family member has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact the Law Offices of Cliff Enten. Our attorneys have successfully represented many victims of motorcycle accidents throughout the Denver area, helping them achieve the fair settlements they deserve.

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Motorcycle Accident Facts And Statistics:

Taken from the NHTSA's 2004 Fact Sheet and the Hurt Study.

  • 4,008 motorcyclists were killed in traffic crashes in the United States in 2004.
  • One out of every five motorcycle crashes results in head or neck injuries.
  • Helmets reduce the number and severity of head injuries by 50 percent.
  • Helmeted motorcyclists are three times more likely to survive head injuries than those not wearing helmets.
  • Most crashes happen on short trips (less than five miles long), just a few minutes after starting out.
  • Most motorcycle accidents occur at speeds slower than 30 mph.
  • Motorcyclists represent 1 percent of traffic but account for 19 percent of motor vehicle deaths and serious injuries.

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What To Do At The Scene Of A Motorcycle Accident

Follow these general guidelines at the scene of motorcycle accidents:

  • Remain calm.
  • Call the police to file a police report.
  • If there is any chance you are injured, seek medical attention.
  • Exchange information (license number, personal and insurance details) with the other driver.
  • Get contact information for any witnesses at the scene.
  • Contact an experienced motorcycle accident attorney.

Contact Our Denver Motorcycle Accidents Lawyers Today

The Law Offices of Cliff Enten has successfully represented many motorcycle accident victims. Victims injured in motorcycle accidents should contact personal injury lawyer Cliff Enten — serving Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and the entire state. For a thorough case evaluation, arrange a consultation today. We can help you maximize your claim. We'll stand up to insurance companies working against you.

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