Please get the word out: check your Health Insurance policy language to make sure it covers you if you are injured in a motorcycle accident. Every day I see new clients who have been injured by an irresponsible driver and every day I have to explain, to their surprise, that they do not have the proper insurance to cover their medical bills.
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The debates in various states regarding helmet laws may be affected by a recent federal study. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”) recently released a report that found fewer motorcyclists died in states with helmet laws and that $1.4 billion could have been saved if all motorcyclists wore a helmet.
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Most people DO NOT carry enough insurance. Unfortunately, motorcycle riders are often unfamiliar with their insurance coverage and limits. The Motorcycle attorneys of Stark & Stark are offering a very informative free presentation on the differences between an automobile policy and a motorcycle policy as well as carrying proper and adequate insurance coverage. (See below for a full list of dates and locations!)
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Riding on a windy day requires extra caution. Do not underestimate the power of the wind and how a strong gust can suddenly move your bike from one side of the lane to the other. If you are riding with another bike give yourself extra room to account for the unexpected movements of the cycles.
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Recalls in the motorcycle industry occur all too often and cause problems that can lead to serious injuries, or even death, if the proper repairs are not made to your bike. I was amazed at how many bikes have fuel line and brake line hazards that need to be corrected. Or, how about the defect that suddenly turns off the headlight!
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There is a common misconception among motorcycle riders that if they are injured in a motorcycle accident, their car insurance or the insurance of the car that is responsible for the accident will be responsible to pay their medical bills. That is not the case. In New Jersey, as in many other states, car insurance companies are required by law to include minimum coverage for medical expenses associated with an auto accident in every policy they sell (this insurance is known as Personal Injury Protection or PIP). Insurance companies are not required to provide the same coverage for medical expenses on motorcycle policies.
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I represent a lot of bikers who have been injured due to the negligence of other drivers. Unfortunately, most of these accidents result in significant injuries and huge medical bills. The health insurance companies who are responsible to pay for the medical care in these cases are, in recent years, writing policies which significantly limit their obligation to pay for treatment.
Continue Reading Union Members’ Health Insurance Coverage May Provide VERY LIMITED Coverage For Motorcycle Injuries