There is a wonderful saying about motorcycles that goes, “four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.” Those words succinctly explain why some people choose to take to the road on a motorcycle rather than in a car.
As a rider in motion cuts through the air, they are able to get a sense of being at one with the elements. This feeling is far more invigorating than that which is provided by the closed and sheltering environment of an automobile.
There is a life-embracing quality to riding a motorcycle. But most riders are likely aware that their choice of transportation has certain risks that are not inherent in automobiles. The exposure to the elements, while exhilarating, does leave riders physically vulnerable.
The dangers found on the road are far more profound when riding a motorcycle and injuries caused by an accident can be severe. Worse yet, when a rider is involved in an accident, they may have to deal with issues that are particular to motorcycles.
In Pennsylvania, auto insurance providers generally make riders take out a policy for their motorcycle that is separate from any other vehicles they may have covered. Often this coverage has limitations. Add to these limitations a policy’s exclusionary clauses and a settlement may be difficult to determine.
If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you could suffer life-altering injuries requiring long-term care. Given the nature of motorcycle insurance policies, getting proper compensation can be a very complicated process.
After a motorcycle accident, your well-being may depend upon the amount of money that you have to put forth toward care and treatment. As such, you may wish to contact an attorney to help you pursue fair recompense.
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