Don't let the Insurance Company Blame You.
Riders in motorcycle accidents suffer more serious injuries than those involved in single or two car accidents. Even if a helmet prevent a serious head injury, you are unprotected from scrapes, bruises, and broken or lost limbs caused by asphalt and the open road.
In most of these cases the insurance companies try to blame the motorcyclist for his or her speed, and failure to avoid the other vehicle. There is a level of prejudice against motorcycle drivers, but automobile drivers are obliged to keep a proper lookout, and a safe distance while driving just like everyone else on the road.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, we have the answers.
This eBook has important information about the steps you need to take after an accident.
A checklist to complete before your next doctors appointment, so you don't neglect important information you doctor will need.
A to-do list for your auto accident injury claim.