A group of bicycle accident attorneys with over 30 years of experience.
As cyclists ourselves, we know how important it is to stay safe on the road and how motorists can be inattentive to cyclists. After a cycling accident, it can feel impossible to move on with your life. The process is difficult to handle, especially when you’re focusing on your physical recovery.
At Bike Guardians, we take the stress out of the process by handling every detail. We’ll handle the claim process for you in a professional and attentive manner so you can focus on healing and,
moving on with your life.
Give us a call for a free, no-obligation consultation. Even if you did something to cause the accident, it’s best to understand all your options before deciding to pursue your claim. At the initial free consultation meeting, we’ll discuss your case and see how we can help you. We’ll make sure you know your best options going forward, even if it doesn’t involve working with us.
Our lead attorney Terry Rogers began his career representing insurance companies more than 30 years ago. He now dedicates his practice to representing seriously injured cyclists throughout the country. His commitment to assisting clients through difficult times is evident in his personal approach. He handles each case personally and makes certain that his clients understand the legal issues and their options, so that they can make well-informed decisions. His practice is built on referrals from former clients.
Terry was himself seriously injured while riding his bike when a negligent driver turned in front of him. He collided with the car – flew over the top of the vehicle and landed on his head and shoulder. That life-changing experience has enabled Terry to understand what an injured cyclist goes through, and allows him to focus on his clients’ needs. He provides the attention every client deserves and the level of personalized representation necessary to handle cases successfully.
Terry grew up in Idaho and Montana, attended CU-Boulder, and graduated from Santa Clara University Law School. He began his practice in Boulder in 1990. Since then, he has helped thousands of cyclists obtain fair and just compensation.
In addition to his law practice, Terry also serves on several commissions and boards. When he’s not fighting for his clients’ m rights, Terry is very active in the outdoors. In addition to making time with his wife and two sons a priority, he’s an avid cyclist, runner, scuba diver and skier.