DUI Suspected in Off Duty Officer Motorcycle Crash | Colorado Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

According to the local news of The Denver Post, an off duty police officer is under suspicion of DUI in a motorcycle crash that left severe personal injuries as well as a suspension for the cop. The accident occurred on February 11th around 1:20am on 38th Street and Arkins Court. The officer, Michael Lemmons, lost control of his motorcycle and slid into a telephone pole. He was taken to a nearby hospital where investigators questioned him and smelled alcohol on his breath. The off duty officer denied a blood test twice and suffered several broken bones as well as a head injury that left him with no memory of the accident. Witnesses have stated seeing a vehicle pull out of a parking lot into the path of the motorcycle causing the motorist to lose control. Prosecutors have yet to file any charges due to lack of evidence in regards to the accident.

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Motorcycle accidents often occur due to the failure of other motorists paying attention to their surroundings. Debilitating head injuries are very common among motorcycle crashes. Colorado law does not require motorcyclist to wear a helmet and therefore insurance companies cannot reduce the compensation if a helmet was not involved.

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