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R.G. was biking in Fort Collins when he was injured in an auto accident. He was riding eastbound on Mulberry Street at the intersection of College Street, when the collision occurred. He was about half way through the intersection, when a car turning left (onto southbound College) collided with R.G.. He recalls seeing the bumper of the Defendant’s car, but was unable to avoid it due to a barrier in the middle of the road. The last thing he remembers is the car hitting his left side. When he came to, he was on the ground separated from his bike.

R.G. suffered serious injuries from the accident. Records indicate a fractured ankle (requiring surgical repair), thumb, and cervical spine, in addition to visible bruising on the shoulder and knees.

With the assistance of Evan Banker, R.G. received a settlement of $165,000.00 six months after the collision.