Motorcycle Insurance Issues
If you have an Arizona motorcycle license, you are required by law to have Arizona motorcycle insurance. You are also required to have your bike registered with the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles. Both of these safety precautions allow your attorney to pursue compensation for your motorcycle accident without added hassle. Christopher J. Zachar, our Phoenix, Arizona, motorcycle accident lawyer represents injured people. He effective pursues compensation for injuries.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact our Phoenix, AZ, motorcycle accident lawyer. Attorney Christopher J. Zachar offers personalized service to clients as he pursues their compensation claim. As an experienced litigator, Mr. Zachar prepares each case for the event of a trial. This preparedness instills confidence in his injured clients.
Arizona Motorcycle Insurance
Motorcycle insurance laws in Arizona require the minimum liability limits of 15/30/10, in terms of thousands of dollars. Your insurance would cover up to $30,000 for all people injured in the motorcycle accident, subject to a limit of $15,000 for one person, and $10,000 for property damage. Medical payments coverage can ease medical bills – regardless of who is at fault.
It is in the best interest of riders to carry uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. The extent of injuries to motorcyclists can be severe including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and road rash. If you are hit by a driver that does not have insurance or enough insurance, your insurance would then cover the difference.
Additionally you can be penalized for not having insurance. Your motorcycle license and registration could be suspended, both of which will cost money in the long run.
Christopher J. Zachar represents people who do not carry motorcycle insurance as well. If you have been injured by the negligent actions of another person or entity, contact our firm.