Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents

Protecting Bicycle Enthusiasts and Pedestrians Throughout Colorado

Colorado is full of outdoor enthusiasts. Many people walk, run, or ride a bicycle for exercise. Others use biking as their primary mode of transportation. Others use those activities as a stress release. Regardless of your reason for bicycling, running, or walking, if you were injured while doing so, you may be worried about what life will be like after your accident. Will you be able to recover enough compensation to cover your medical expenses and your injuries? Will your injuries ever fully heal? Will you be able to walk, run or ride again?

This can be a scary time, and promptly knowing what to do can be difficult. If you were injured, it is important to contact an experienced injury lawyer to help you receive the compensation you are owed. At the law office of  Roger T. Castle, P.C., we have over 30 years of experience representing clients in Denver and throughout Colorado. Contact us online or by calling 303-731-0485 to see what you should do to deal with your pedestrian or bicycle accident.

What You Need to Know After an Accident

Insurance coverage: Many people who have been injured do not understand the coverage they should receive from their own insurance companies. People often don't realize that if there was a car involved, their own insurance should provide some benefits and coverage to help with the bills. Roger can help you use and coordinate those insurance benefits to help you get the coverage you need.

Hit-and-run accidents: If you were the victim of a hit-and-run, it is important to contact an experienced lawyer. Even if you did not see who hit you, you may be eligible for benefits from your own insurance company. We help our clients find the benefits they need to recover from serious injuries.

The Importance of Hiring an Attorney

If you were injured in a pedestrian or bicycle accident, we can help you protect your rights and your claims. This includes preserving evidence, identifying witnesses and requesting coverage from your own insurance company, if necessary. Do not try to guess about what to do or take on this fight on your own. Schedule your free initial consultation by  contacting us online or by calling 303-731-0485.