Each time you start up your bike, you protect yourself. You put on your helmet and protective goggles. You suit-up based on weather conditions. You have checked your tires, controls, lights and electric, oil and kickstand.
You know that you cannot prevent road mishaps – data shows that most motorcycle vs. car accidents are caused by the larger vehicle, but you can ensure that you are protected financially by having the most motorcycle insurance coverage you can truly afford.
MINIMUM COVERAGE IS NOT ENOUGH. Bikers are especially vulnerable in accidents. Common types of injuries include leg, wrist and arm fractures; pelvis and shoulder fractures; skin abrasions or road rash; head injuries including traumatic brain injury.
These types of injuries often require long-term medical care and rehabilitation and even home and lifestyle changes. You may also incur damages such as loss of current and perhaps future wages.
All of this costs a lot of money and if you insure yourself with the minimum amount of motorcycle insurance, your current and future financial needs may not be met, especially if the driver at fault also has minimum coverage.
Act now before you have a motorcycle accident. At the Team Law Firm, I recommend boosting your insurance policy to include the maximum amount of uninsured and underinsured coverage. You can afford it. Progressive Insurance now offers the maximum amount of up to $500,000 (UM/UIM). Most other insurance companies you can increase up to only $250,000 (UM/UIM). To ride with less than $250,000 of UM/UIM is simply foolish.
I recommend a minimum of uninsured and underinsurance motorist coverage (UM/UIM): $250,000 per person and $500,000 per accident. Remember, I know Progressive now offers $500,000 per person and $500,000 per accident. This is called a single limit policy.
If you or a family member has been injured in a motorcycle accident or any other type of vehicle accident or personal injury, please call me, Andrew Prince, immediately. I will fight for the compensation you deserve. Attorney Andrew Prince will fight to secure justice for you and your family. Please contact my personal injury law office (800) 832-6529 or (732) 388-5454 for a free consultation. You deserve to have an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer on your side. Call me or you can also email me at [email protected] or fax me at (732) 428-1509 your motorcycle insurance declaration/face sheet for a free opinion. It takes seconds. I am here to help you.
Andrew S. Prince, Esq.
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Clark, NJ 07066
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