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Understanding Full Coverage Motorcycle Insurance

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Understanding Full Coverage Motorcycle Insurance

The term “full coverage” is a misleading term used by insurance agents giving bikers a false sense of protection. Unfortunately, many bikers find this out after they’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident. They are often left with massive medical bills and their motorcycle destroyed, which their “full insurance coverage” may not cover. However, you can purchase insurance that protects you in the event of a motorcycle accident. Because motorcycle accident victims generally have severe injuries and significant property damage, you must insist on more coverage and higher limits. Here are 3 important coverages all motorcyclists should have…

 

Combined Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists Coverage (UM/UIM)

  • Covers the costs if you're in an accident caused by a driver with little or no car insurance
  • $100,000/$300,000 minimum

 

Medical Payments Coverage (MP) or Personal Injury Protection (PIP) in South Carolina

  • Covers medical expenses for you or your passengers after an accident
  • $5,000 minimum

 

Collision Coverage

  • Covers damage to your vehicle after an accident, no matter who was at fault
  • Choose your coverage amount based on the value of your motorcycle

 

This additional coverage generally only adds a few dollars to your monthly premium, but the amount of coverage it gives you can be essential in the event of a motorcycle accident. We deal with insurance companies daily and with over 40 years of experience, we know the devastating toll inadequate insurance coverage can leave on accident victims. Choosing the right motorcycle insurance company can make a big difference as well. Don’t trust an insurance agent. It's up to you to choose motorcycle insurance that protects you.

 

Free Motorcycle Insurance Policy Review

Still confused? Let us help you. Simply email your declarations page or call our office to discuss. We can review your current coverage and advise you on the proper coverage for your bike. If you would like to schedule Bob Karney, a motorcycle accident lawyer, to speak with your local group, club or organization about how to proactively protect yourself, give us a call 877-376-7982.

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