DENVER (Dara Zeier) — With the summer riding season in full swing in Colorado, it is important to be prepared before you head out on your motorcycle.
Even when you’re following traffic laws, sometimes the unexpected can happen.
If you’re in a motorcycle accident, here are four things you should do:
The Colorado Department of Transportation recommends drivers and motorcyclists alike keep the following tips in mind to reduce crashes:
“It only takes one mistake to result in tragedy,” said Col. Matthew C. Packard, chief of the Colorado State Patrol. “Trained riders tend to be in fewer and less severe crashes. Make a commitment to follow traffic laws and ride with reduced risk by advancing your skills through training.”
If you are injured in a crash, contact our Denver motorcycle accident attorneys today.