- 1 Get a copy of your police accident report to your lawyer quickly
- 2 Free Cell Phone helps you stay in contact with doctors and your lawyer
- 3 After a Motorcycle Accident
- 4 Motorcycle Injuries & Treatment
- 5 Motorcycle Awareness
- 6 Supplemental Accident & Disability Insurance
- 7 Motorcycle Insurance
- 8 Motorcycle Schools – Lessons & Road Tests
- 9 Motorcycle Traffic Laws
- 10 Helmets
- 11 Motorcycle Crash Statistics
- 12 Motorcycles in the Future and Now
Get a copy of your police accident report to your lawyer quickly
Free Cell Phone helps you stay in contact with doctors and your lawyer
When you’re injured in a motorcycle accident, you need a cell phone to call your doctors and lawyer. If you can’t afford one, you can get one for free from AssuranceWireless if you qualify. You may qualify if you are on certain public assistance programs, like Medicaid or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). You can also qualify based on your household income.
Lifeline Program for Low-Income Consumers – low cost cell phones
After a Motorcycle Accident
Motorcycle Injuries & Treatment
Dental Lifeline Network — Provides donated comprehensive dental treatment to eligible patients. Applicants must lack adequate income to pay for dental care and have a permanent disability, or are elderly: age 65 or older, or qualify as medically-fragile.
Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury with links to smartphone apps
BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE® — see a great driver education video or just tell every driver (who doesn’t ride) to watch it. You can also download the BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE® ringtone.
Supplemental Accident & Disability Insurance
If you have a serious injury from a motorcycle accident, you may lose your income and be unable to pay medical bills not covered by your health insurance. Then there are co-pays and deductibles.
What about your income? When you’re unable to work, will you continue to be paid your salary or earn a living? We have clients who couldn’t pay the rent and became homeless when they couldn’t work anymore.
A fractured (broken) ankle, leg, wrist or arm are common motorcycle injuries which will prevent you from working and cause substantial unexpected expenses. What will you do? Supplemental disability and accident coverage can be a life saver when you’re injured in a motorcycle accident.
Combined Insurance – sells insurance that motorcyclists need, supplemental disability income protection called Income Protector pays benefits directly to you when you are totally disabled and cannot work, for up to two years. Their Accident Protector helps cover the cost of hospitalization, emergency-room care and outpatient recovery which can cost more than major medical insurance covers. Accident Protector is supplemental accident insurance. Call Andrew Castiglione at 516-319-7700.
When you’re seriously injured in a motorcycle accident by someone who only has $25,000 insurance coverage or has no insurance at all or a hit and run, you’re going to need more than 2/3 of $25,000. You can protect yourself with uninsured and underinsured coverage. We recommend getting at least $300,000 uninsured and underinsured coverage since it’s not expensive for motorcycles and you’re more likely to be seriously injured on a motorcycle. Since many motorcycle injuries are worth more than $1 Million, get the most uninsured and underinsured coverage you can get. Find out how much uninsured and underinsured coverage you really need. See more info on motorcycle insurance coverage.
www.specializedinsurance.com will make sure you get the right quote for motorcycle insurance coverage. Rich and his staff assured me that they make sure you get the most important insurance coverage for motorcycles, uninsured/underinsured insurance coverage matching your liability coverage and that they always recommend at least $100,000 coverage.
Motorcycle Schools – Lessons & Road Tests
On the Road Again Motorcycle School – A motorcycle driving school since 1993; licensed by the NYS DMV. For beginning to experienced motorcyclists in New York.