Colorado

From the flat Eastern plains to the Rocky Mountains, Colorado has great roads, bicycle paths, and trails for cycling. A highlight on Colorado cycling calendar is the USA Pro Cycling Challenge that draws some of the best cyclists from all over the world.

Representation in Colorado bicycle accident 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 brian@bikelaw.com 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

RULES OF THE ROAD For COLORADO CYCLISTS

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 Blog Posts

Mike Dayton
Apr 15, 2016

I got hit. Put me down for 44 years without an injury, save for the occasional tired knee and lungs. A careful rider with a mirror to see cars that approach too quickly. A careful rider who watches and slows for riders off the back. Yes, a careful rider, but I don’t remember seeing the […]

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Apr 07, 2016

A Man Died Today.   I / Bruce didn’t know him.   So why am I so sad? John Harsch was killed doing something that he apparently loved. Riding his bicycle.   I use the word “apparently” because I didn’t know him.   But there are a lot of things I know about him without having to have met […]

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Feb 26, 2016

The crash that sent our webmaster and blogger Mike Dayton to the ICU (still in critical condition) and that injured three others has garnered much attention around the country.  We have reported on his condition, and the weak charges filed against the reckless driver. Thanks to so many for your kind words and thoughts to […]

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