Idaho Woman Turns To Metier Law Firm In Motorcycle Accident Case

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Our law firm has undertaken a motorcycle accident case that involves the alleged negligence of a Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office deputy. Wanda Saidon was riding her motorcycle  on Colorado Highway 103, near Idaho Springs, with her husband on June 6, when Marie Baker of the sheriff’s office made an illegal left turn directly into the motorcycle’s path. The crash ejected Saidon, causing her multiple lacerations, as well as road rash.

Baker said she was in the area for an animal cruelty case and did not see the motorcycle when she turned. Baker stayed at the scene of the crash. Saidon is seeking $500,000 from the sheriff’s office for bodily injury, property damage and hospital bills.

Our national injury lawyers will do everything possible to make sure Saidon gets the compensation she deserves. Most motorcycle accidents are caused by motorists not paying attention or looking out for motorcyclists. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a negligent driver, call us today at (866) 377-3800.

[Tom’s Tips: Do not rely on insurance companies to get you the help you need. They typically look out for their own interests.]

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