Well, now that the college is back in session and all seems on track I thought I'd discuss motorcycles and accidents since it is Reno's Street Vibrations time. Personally I've had a Harley Davidson for about 41 years now. That certainly ages me but that's the way it is.
The facts in any motorcycle accident usually add up to one thing, severe injuries. Injuries coming from operator err, a deer running out in front of you or someone running a stop sign. It's the stop sign types of accidents that are more injurious. It ends in a T-Bone and a broken leg to say the least. Here are two things I want you to know.
•1. If you are ever involved in an accident of this nature and are taken to the hospital, a lot of hospitals will send around an agent to have you sign paperwork regarding the payment of their bills. Do not sign this. You have a right to your own counsel and you should get that. Focus on getting better and cooperating with your treatment plan.
•2. I would also mention that most states have an uninsured/underinsured policy you can purchase. Please do so. It is the cheapest and best insurance you can buy, so buy as high of a limit as you can. If you get hit and are not at fault the chances of the other person having enough insurance to cover bills, costs and pain and suffering, is getting slimmer every day. Be careful.
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