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 injury cases

Colorado lawyers Jason Crawford and Brian Weiss are law partners who share the same focus on representing injured cyclists and the same passion for bicycle riding.  Together, they bring decades of experience to the Bike Law network.  They both lead active Colorado lifestyles, and cycling is a huge part of their professional and personal lives.  The represent cyclists in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Aspen, and throughout the State.  They founded Denver Bicycle Law.

Jason has practiced personal injury law since 1992, and from the start has represented injured cyclists.  An avid road and mountain biker for the past 25 years, Jason is a long-standing member of the Colorado cycling community.

Read Bob Mionske's interview of Jason here.

Brian is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Colorado.  As a young lawyer he worked for insurance companies and became knowledgeable about their policies and tricks.  He now uses this experience to better represent injured cyclists.  As an avid cyclist, he rides his road bicycle and mountain bike whenever and wherever he can, often commuting to work on his bicycle.

Jason and Brian have chosen to join the Bike Law network because of its focus on client and cause advocacy. They not only represent Colorado cyclists, they also has a long-standing commitment to the bicycle advocacy movement in the state.

If you have been injured in a Colorado bike accident, by a defective bicycle product, or because of an unsafe road condition and would like to discuss your case with a Colorado bicycle accident attorney who gets cycling, Jason and Brian welcome your call for a free consultation. They can be reached at and 303-741-0249.

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

Colorado Blog Posts

Aug 06, 2015

To horseshoes and hand grenades I would add bicycling in traffic to the list of activities in which close may be enough to do damage. While riding a bike, coming close to physical contact with a vehicle, i.e. a car door, may be enough to cause a crash and serious injury. In a video making […]

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Jun 08, 2015

Denver is called the Mile High City because it has an average elevation of 5,280 feet above sea level. Despite that elevation, people ride all over the city. Denver really wants to be a great city for bicycles, and is getting better all the time. Groups like Bike Denver, Bicycle Colorado, and Team Evergreen are working with […]

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May 13, 2015

At any given time about 20% of the cases we handle involve a hit and run driver.  My unofficial research and experience suggests that a driver is more likely to flee the scene of an accident involving a bicyclist, and even more likely than that to flee the scene of an accident involving a pedestrian. […]

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