When a motorcycle accident is serious or fatal, injured victims and their families need help to heal

Riding a motorcycle brings a sense of freedom and of connection with the environment, exhilaration from the roar of the engine, and, unfortunately, a heightened level of danger. Motorcycles are less visible, and motorcycle riders are uniquely vulnerable to injury in a collision. A crash almost inevitably results in significant injuries to the rider.

When a motorcycle accident happens, it is crucial to get immediate help so that the injured rider, or the family left behind after a fatal collision, can start the healing process.

How will a Denver personal injury attorney help a motorcycle crash victim?

At Brad Freedberg Law, we help our motorcycle accident clients receive full compensation for injuries caused by the negligence of others. We understand that as a victim of a motorcycle accident, you may be overwhelmed and suffering from emotional, physical, and financial burdens. It may be difficult for you to defend your own rights while dealing with the stress of recovery.

It is our goal to return victims of motorcycle accidents to the life they led prior to their personal injury

Serious accidents are very challenging to manage without the assistance of a lawyer who understands the legal process, knows how to negotiate with an insurance adjuster, and can obtain the highest possible settlement to recover financially from a motorcycle accident. We know that money cannot erase the pain and stress caused by the motorcycle accident, but it can help victims and their families worry less about the economic side of their future.

If injuries are significant, if the accident proves fatal, if there are problems with insurance or liability, or if you just have questions about what you should do next, contact Denver personal injury attorney Brad Freedberg and get your questions answered by calling 303-892-0900 or by emailing him at bradfreedberglaw@aol.com.  The initial consultation is free and there are no up-front costs or fees. We only get paid when a settlement or verdict is reached.