Woman Killed In Motorcycle Accident

May 30, 2013 by: lawfather


CBS Denver reports that a woman was killed when the motorcycle that she was a passenger on crashed in Aurora. Police believe that the man who was driving the bike was trying to get through the intersection at 6th Avenue and Del Mar Circle on a yellow, or possibly red, light, when he spotted a car making a left turn in front of him. He hit the brakes; they locked up and the motorcycle flipped and hit the car. The driver is in critical condition at the hospital, his passenger was killed in the crash. Police do not believe that excessive speed or alcohol were factors in the crash. No one inside the car was injured.

If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a motorcycle crash, speak with an experienced Denver motorcycle accident attorney immediately to discuss your options.

When someone is seriously injured because of the negligent actions of another person, they may be entitled to financial compensation for medical bills and more in a civil action. Unfortunately, in some cases, the person responsible for your injuries may be a friend. No one wants to hurt their friends, but the fact is that the damage caused by a serious accident may be more than you can handle financially. When these injuries are caused by reckless behavior, even if the person responsible is your friend, you shouldn’t have to experience financial hardship when you did nothing wrong. In some extreme cases, the person who caused the accident may even need the help of a Denver criminal defense attorney.

Speak with a dedicated Denver personal injury lawyer today if you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a car or motorcycle accident. Many Colorado personal injury attorneys offer free consultations so that you can get an idea whether you have a case against the person who caused your injury, as well as what would be involved in pursuing a civil claim. Many Denver auto accident attorneys also work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay a fee out of any money that they collect for you. In other words, you pay only if you recover compensation. For more information, speak with an experienced Denver personal injury lawyer today.

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