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On the Fourth of July, a 44-year-old Colorado Springs man died in a motorcycle accident, according to Fox 21 News in Colorado Springs. Colorado State Patrol (CSP) reported that Stanley Cooper was riding a 2000 Harley Davidson motorcycle westbound on Londonberry one mile past Meridian Road at 5:55 p.m. when he lost control and collided with a curb. The crash caused the motorcycle to roll and eject Cooper.
CSP said it does not appear that drugs, alcohol or speed played a part in causing the accident. Authorities did report, however, that Cooper was not wearing a helmet and may not have been wearing eye protection at the time of the wreck.
Just because it appears as though it was simply driver error that caused this fatal motorcycle accident, doesn’t mean further investigation might not reveal otherwise. Sometimes accidents such as this occur because of something minor, like a defective part on the motorcycle or poorly maintained road. These are things that proper investigation and a qualified personal injury attorney can uncover.
Don’t allow someone to get away with taking your loved one away from you. Nothing can bring someone you lost back to you, but if your loved one is gone because of the negligence of others, those responsible need to be held accountable. If you or someone you love is suffering because of a motorcycle accident caused by someone else, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free consultation, call our national accident attorney today at (866) 377-3800.
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