Colorado Bicycle Crash Attorney

After successfully representing over a hundred injured bicycle riders, I passionately agree with Bike Law’s mission to protect the rights of cyclists. I have represented riders all across colorful Colorado. Some of the places that I have represented cyclists are: Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, Loveland, Greeley, Highlands Ranch, Pueblo, Montrose, and Grand Junction.

Denver Bike Crash Attorney

Representation in Colorado Bicycle Crash Cases

Colorado bicycle accident lawyer Brian Weiss focuses on representing injured cyclists across the state. Brian has a passion for bicycle riding, and he brings two decades of legal experience to the Bike Law network.

If you would like to discuss your case with a Colorado bicycle accident attorney, Brian welcomes your call for a free consultation.

He can be reached at and 303-741-0249. You can also use the convenient bike accident report form.

Statewide Help For Colorado Cyclists

Brian is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Colorado. He has helped cyclists in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Aspen, Evergreen, Aurora and other Colorado communities.

Brian has represented dozens of cyclists involved in bike accidents, including riders in bike-car crashes and those hurt by a defective bicycle product or of an unsafe road condition.

Brian is representing the family of a Gunnison cyclist who was killed in 2015 by an unlicensed minor driver.

Please see Brian's bio page for other bike accident cases he has handled.

Colorado Bike Laws

Brian has written extensively about Colorado's bike laws, and the steps bicyclists should take if they are in a bike accident. For more information, please see these blog posts:

FAQs on Colorado Bike Accidents

Brian has also answered questions he frequently hears from cyclists. Among them:

  • Can you recover even if the motorist never hit you?
  • Can you recover if the motorist did not have insurance?
  • Does your auto insurance cover accidents when you are on your bike?

Please see his Frequently Asked Questions page.

 Rules of the Road for Colorado Bicyclists


Brian and his law partner have written a book that explains your rights and responsibilities as a Colorado cyclist. The guide covers these topics:

  • Where cyclists must ride on the road.
  • The use of lights.
  • The use of hand signals.
  • The rules on riding two abreast.
  • What to do after a bike accident.
  • The importance of insurance in a bike accident case.

Please feel free to download and share Brian's PDF: The Rules Of The Road For Colorado Cyclists.


If you would like Bike Law to come speak to your club or at your shop, please contact us.

Colorado Bicycle Crash Attorney Blog Posts

Aug 31, 2016

When he’s not riding his bike, Jason Lazarus can be referred to in any number of ways.   He owns a small business that helps people who are disabled.   He’s a lawyer who is the owner of a small firm.  Between the 2 ventures, he employs many people and helps the needs of hundreds and hundreds […]

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Jun 23, 2016

On June 22, 2016, the driver who ran down and killed five Kalamazoo cyclists and injured four others was officially brought into a Kalamazoo courtroom and charged with five counts of second-degree murder and four counts of reckless driving causing serious impairment. At that court proceeding, it was also revealed that the driver, 50-year-old Charles […]

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Jun 20, 2016

Before heading out for a ride most of us intuitively check our air, brakes, chains and cranks and do a once over of our bikes.  We confirm our helmets are secure, our cell phones and Garmins are charged, and that we have lights, if we think we’ll need them.  If we are going any significant […]

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