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Bicycle Accident Lawyer Aurora, Colorado
I am a Aurora Colorado bicycle accident lawyer who helps cyclists who have been injured in biking accidents. I know and understand the Aurora Colorado laws in bike accident cases. Because of the special laws of bike accident claims, the assistance of my expert legal advice will make a difference in the result.  For many years I have represented cyclist who have been seriously injured in any type of bicycle accident with any injury.
FAQ Colorado Bicycle Accident Law
Q:  When should I call a lawyer after a bike accident?

A:   Call Alan Jimenez at 303-698-1774 as soon as possible.

Q:  Does insurance cover my bike accident?

A:  Yes, your car insurance covers, plus any other policies such as health and uninsured motorist.
Q:  Should I talk to the insurance adjuster for the other driver?
A:  I'ts not a good idea to speak to an insurance representative until you get legal advise. Feel free to       email me first.
Q: Who pays my legal fees and costs?
A: You do not pay legal fees to our office up front, because we wait to be paid at the time of                      settlement. 
Q: Do all bicycle accident cases settle?
A: Most cases settle for various reasons, however they must be properly presented to the insurance     company.
Q: Who pays my costs of bringing a claim?
A:  Our office is able to pay the initial costs of gathering evidence and these costs are paid from                 settlement funds at the end.

Q: Which lawyers handle bike accidents claims on contingency?
A:  Every lawyer is different, but I always charge a percentage of the settlement so you do not pay             any thing out of pocket.
Q:  Can I get a settlement for a non contact accident?
A: Yes. I would need to investigate if you have Uninsured Motorist insurance coverage under your          auto policy.
Q:  What is a good bike accident case?
A:  You would need to call me so I can analyze your case, but you need to document your injuries             and the other driver needs to be at fault.
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§ 42-4-1412. Operation of bicycles and other human-powered vehicles
Every person riding a bicycle or electrical assisted bicycle shall have all of the rights and duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle under this article, except as to special regulations in this article and except as to those provisions which by their nature can have no application. Said riders shall comply with the rules set forth in this section and section 42-4-221, and, when using streets and highways within incorporated cities and towns, shall be subject to local ordinances regulating the operation of bicycles and electrical assisted bicycles as provided in section 42-4-111.
It is the intent of the general assembly that nothing contained in House Bill No. 1246, enacted at the second regular session of the fifty-sixth general assembly, shall in any way be construed to modify or increase the duty of the department of transportation or any political subdivision to sign or maintain highways or sidewalks or to affect or increase the liability of the state of Colorado or any political subdivision under the “Colorado Governmental Immunity Act”, article 10 of title 24, C.R.S.

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