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Advocates For Injured Bicyclists

Bike riders have just as much right to the roads as drivers of motor vehicles. Unfortunately, drivers frequently forget that fact. They fail to watch for bicyclists and their negligence often results in bike accidents. When this happens, the victim has the right to seek compensation.

At Silverman & Associates, P.C., in Denver, our lawyers are advocates for injured bike riders. If you or a loved one has been hit by a car while riding your bike, we can help you pursue the money you need to cover medical expenses and more. We take a unique approach to these personal injury claims. Instead of charging headfirst into battle with the insurance company, we first attempt to negotiate a positive outcome. Because we go into negotiation fully armed with the facts, we are frequently able to convince insurance adjusters to maximize compensation without the need for trial. We know this is important to you, because you need this money as soon as possible and do not need the stress of a drawn-out courtroom battle.

Causes Of Bicycle Accidents

Biking is big in Denver. Not only do people bike to work, they bike for leisure. People from all over the country visit the area and ride bicycles. By now, drivers should know that respecting the rights of bike riders is just part of using the roads here.

Instead, drivers frequently crowd bikers off the roads, take turns into bikers, pull out of parking lots too far and hit passing bikers and take other dangerous actions. In some cases, the driver is already parked and causes an accident by opening the door in the path of a bicyclist. These are just a few examples of the causes of bike accidents. Our attorneys can handle all these types of cases and more. We are committed to fair compensation.

Free Initial Consultation About Your Bike Accident Case

Call 303-731-0734 or send an email to schedule a free initial consultation. We handle all bike crash cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you are under no obligation to pay us unless we succeed in getting you compensation.