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Automobile and Motorcycle Insurance Tips

Robert J. Hauer Jr - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneySeptember 02, 2016

Automobile and Motorcycle Insurance Tips:

Liability coverage protects you if you (or another person driving your car with your permission) injure or kill someone or damage property. You should carry as much liability coverage as you can comfortably afford because damage claims today are sometimes settled for millions. State minimums don't come close to covering the cost of a serious accident.

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Motorcycle Accidents On The Rise

Cory P. Whalen - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyJune 19, 2015

Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable on our Minnesota roads, with 24 fatalities already this season—including four deaths in four days—a colossal jump from previous years, over a 50% increase from this time last year.

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Safety and Insurance Tips for Motorcycle Riders

Arthur C. Kosieradzki - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneySeptember 03, 2014

Common sense tells us that motorcycling is simply more dangerous than driving a car. Aside from four wheels over two, cars are equipped with numerous safety features including seat belts, air bags and a surrounding structure that protects occupants in a crash. Motorcycles are also less visible to other drivers, and require more mental and physical skill to operate safely. Finally, motorcyclists are more vulnerable to bad weather and hazardous road conditions.

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Safety First

Cory P. Whalen - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyMay 15, 2013

With the downturn in the economy, more drivers are just carrying the state-required minimum insurance coverage or no insurance at all. Therefore, it is crucial that motorcycle drivers have sufficient uninsured (UM), underinsured (UIM) and personal injury protection (PIP) coverage.

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