Can I File a Claim for Injuries Following a Florida Motorcycle Accident if I Had no Insurance at the Time of the Crash?

Attorney Jay KanterAuthor: Attorney Jay Kanter

YES. Anyone involved in a motorcycle accident can file a claim for injuries if they were not at fault for the crash. An injured motorcyclist can recover damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and property damage regardless of whether or not the motorcycle was insured at the time of the crash. If the injured person has health insurance, they will be covered for all medical bills, subject to the deductible and copays required under the health insurance policy.

If there is bodily injury coverage on the automobile or truck that causes the accident, all other injury and medical claims can be made under that coverage. The property damage coverage will pay for the repairs or total loss of the motorcycle.

If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, call Attorneys Dell & Schaefer for a free consultation to discuss the compensation that you are entitled to receive.

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