If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, it’s important to understand the process of filing a claim and settling with the at-fault party. This blog post will provide an overview of what needs to be done when making an insurance claim after a motorcycle accident.
If you are involved in a bicycle accident, it’s important to know who may be liable for your injuries. In most states, bicyclists have the same legal rights as drivers. However, there are some exceptions that may affect who is at fault in a car vs. bike collision.
When you get into an accident, the last thing you want to do is deal with insurance companies. The process of getting reimbursed for your damages can be difficult and confusing, but it’s important to stay calm when dealing with your insurer. Here are some tips on how not to come across as rude or unprofessional when talking with the person who is dealing with your claim.
If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be wondering if your case can receive full coverage. The answer depends on the facts of each case and what kind of insurance policy you have. In general, though, if someone else’s negligence caused your injuries (ex. speeding), then yes: you may be able to file a claim for full coverage under your own policy or another one owned by someone else in the family who was injured at the same time as yourself.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is a type of insurance coverage that covers accident-related medical expenses. It’s important to know what PIP does and does not cover for vehicle insurance, so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase it.