Motorcycles: What Else You Should Know
Do you know what to do when you’ve been in a motorcycle accident? Is it ok to move your bike? Are there times when you shouldn’t call the police? Should you take photos of the accident scene? And do you know where most motorcycle accidents happen and how to avoid them? Read the following articles for more information.
• (infographic/PDF) What Drivers Should Know About Motorcycles
Under all the protective gear and the helmets, motorcycle riders are people that deserve the same amount of respect and courtesy on the road as other drivers.
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This book is a must-have resource for all motorcycle riders. This comprehensive resource explains everything how to properly insure yourself, how to handle yourself at the scene of an accident, how insurance companies work against you, and how to know when you need help.
• (article) Does wearing a helmet really save lives?
Many riders tell themselves that helmets don’t really help or that they are happy “if they go” doing what they love. Get some facts in this article to help you decide if the risks are worth the benefits. If you have a rider that refuses to wear a helmet, share this and consider it “tough love.”
• (free app) Colorado Motorcycle Injury Lawyer App
This FREE app comes complete with an FAQ section for burning questions after an accident. More importantly, it gives you valuable step-by-step instructions for collecting information at the scene. This is incredibly valuable since most people do not think clearly after an accident due to the flood of adrenaline and nerves. This gets you through this critical time and may help save your claim against the other driver’s insurance company. (This link leads directly to the Apple Store.)
• (article) At the Scene of a Motorcycle Accident
This article explains the most common motorcycle accident scenario and vital instructions for what to do after an accident. Whether it was your bike that went down or a friend, knowing what to do in those critical moments immediately following the crash can make all the difference in your claim.
• (article) Who’s Going to Pay All These Medical Bills?
This article discusses what can be done if you have medical insurance and what can be done if you don’t have medical coverage.
• (article) I Can’t Work. Now What?
Learn your options if you are unable to return to work quickly and how “lost wages” work with a claim.
9News in Denver noticed a trend in motorcycle accidents and contacted us for help.
• (article) Do I Need a Lawyer?
Quickly find out what types of accidents will be best served with a personal injury attorney and when you may be okay on your own.