Standing Up For Injured Motorcyclists

Motorcycles are an enjoyable, economical and practical method of transportation. Sadly, motorcycle wrecks result in thousands of injuries and deaths each year. With little to protect them, even the most experienced and careful riders are at the mercy of other negligent drivers. Because they are so exposed, motorcycle accident victims often experience the most severe types of injuries as compared to victims of other motor vehicle accidents.

At the Vance & Larson Law Firm in Alamosa, Colorado, we stand up for injured motorcyclists and work hard to help them recover maximum compensation for their injuries.

We have attorneys who ride, so we understand the risks involved and the uphill battle that motorcycle accident victims face when pursuing personal injury claims.

Attorney Micah Larson has been riding ever since he was old enough to handle a dirt bike and commutes to work every day the weather permits on his Harley-Davidson.

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Motorcycle accident victims can suffer a variety of painful and potentially life-changing injuries, including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, serious back and neck injuries, and burn injuries. If another driver's negligence played a role in your motorcycle accident injury or in your loved one's disability or death, you may be entitled to a range of damages, including compensation for medical expenses, loss of wages, loss of enjoyment of life and scarring, as well as the cost to repair or replace the motorcycle and more. Every case is different, so it is important to discuss the details of any motorcyclist injury with a knowledgeable lawyer.

If you or a family member has been injured, contact our Alamosa motorcycle accident lawyers to set up a consultation. Tell us your story – what has happened and how your life has changed – and let us show you what we can do to help you. Call 719-496-2244. Consultations are free, even if we don't take your case.