Motorcyclist killed near Loveland Pass – Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney

The Denver Post reports that a man was killed when he crashed his motorcycle near the top of Loveland Pass on Sunday afternoon.  Greg Harp of Greeley, who was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, swerved across the center line of US Highway 6 and drove over the embankment.  This crash was a tragic accident, but unfortunately it was by no means an isolated incident.

Have you lost a loved one in a motorcycle crash?  You need a dedicated, aggressive Denver motorcycle accident attorney to fight for your rights.

Each year, over 4000 motorcyclists are killed in traffic accidents in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  About 90 of these fatalities are right here in Colorado.  While the majority of the riders killed in traffic accidents are not wearing helmets at the time, there are still over 20 people killed while wearing their helmets each year in Colorado.  The Colorado State Patrol has a number of tips to help motorcyclists stay safe on Colorado’s beautiful highways.

Unfortunately, no matter how stringently you practice safety habits and exercise caution, you can’t control the actions of the other drivers with whom you share the road.  If you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle crash, you need to speak with an experienced Denver motorcycle accident attorney who can evaluate your situation and help you decide whether to pursue a legal claim.  Dallas Norton is a dynamic motorcycle accident attorney who can help you decide whether there has been negligence, and help with every step of the process of a legal claim.  For more information, and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Dallas at Norton Law Offices at (303)400-4731.

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