Negligent Driver Cuts Off Motorcyclist in Parker, CO.
Case Settles for $375,000
K.T. (52) was riding his Harley-Davidson northbound on Canterberry Parkway, in Parker, on May 14, 2016
around 12:15 pm. The motorcycle accident occurred when the Defendant took a left heading towards the
Black Bear Golf Course, directly cutting in front of K.T. Skid marks indicate that K.T. tried to slow down to
avoid impact, but was unsuccessful. The force of the collision threw K.T. and his motorcycle into the air
and over the Defendant’s car.
Fortunately, K.T. was wearing a helmet at the time the motorcycle accident occurred, but he did sustain
injuries to his right side. He underwent multiple procedures, including: reconstructive elbow surgery,
knee stabilization surgery, and extensor (hand) tendon repair. These operations began five days after
Six months after the collision, K.T.’s medical expenses were over $200,000
Mr. Smith was the at-fault party in this case. The settlement negotiated by Russell Hatten included the
max policy limit payment of $125,000 from an under-insured motorist policy and motorcycle policy, in
addition to $250,000 in liability coverage. The total settlement was: $375,000.00.