Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney
“The motorcycle accident cases that we handle vary in many ways usually have one thing in common: they leave a motorcyclist with devastating injuries,” says Scott O’Sullivan, Denver motorcycle accident attorney. “Many of the accidents involve cars making left-hand turns into oncoming traffic, instantly changing a motorcyclist’s life and the lives of their loved ones. I’ve also seen insurance companies employ some tactics that leave victims feeling disrespected and even worse, tricked.”
If you need a Denver motorcycle attorney for yourself or a loved one, get a free consultation today. We can help you win your case and alleviate some of the financial and emotional stress that you’re facing as a result of the accident.
We partner with motorcycle organizations to promote safety.
As a former motorcycle rider, Scott understands the community and the culture of motorcyclists, and he deeply respects their bonds with each other and with their bikes. Scott is an expert in the field of motorcycle law and serves on the board of directors for BikerDown.org. He is also a regular author for Motorcycle Rider News and Thunder Road Colorado magazines. He sponsors rides and works with members of many bikers groups in Denver and beyond, including Ladies Run, Steel Horse Sisterhood, Sentinels Motorcycle Club, Two Smoking Guns, BMW Motorcycle Club, and Triumph Motorcycle Club. He also partners regularly with Erico Motorsports on safety presentations and gear giveaways.
Motorcycle accident attorney investigation process:
Your motorcycle accident was entirely unique to you, your bike, the intersection and the person who hit you. Other law firms treat your case like it was “typical” and try to fit you into a template process.
At the O’Sullivan Law Firm, our expert team of motorcycle accident attorneys go above and beyond to assure that your case receives the due diligence and attention to detail that it deserves. When warranted, we conduct everything from on-scene investigations to witness interviews and police interviews. We hit the pavement in order to make sure that you receive what you are owed, including payment for your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical deductibles, and all other out-of-pocket expenses you have faced due to your accident.