• The Biggest Insurance Mistakes Motorcycle Riders Make
  • June 13, 2011 | Author: Lawrence J. Buckfire
  • Law Firm: Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. - Southfield Office
  • All too often, bikers buy what they believe to be "full coverage" for their motorcycle, only to learn later on that they were not sold the essential coverage to protect themselves in the event of a tragic accident. Because injuries suffered in motorcycle accidents are often catastrophic, it is necessary to review your motorcycle insurance coverage immediately to learn if you are properly protected in the event of an accident.

    Our Michigan motorcycle accident lawyers offer a Michigan Motorcycle Insurance Report that teaches you how to purchase to purchase the proper insurance coverage. This report is top secret and confidential and we are offering it to Michigan bikers for FREE.

    The report discusses the required insurance and the optional insurance coverage a motorcyclist can purchase. Although the coverage is considered "optional," it should be considered mandatory for every motorcycle owner in Michigan. No biker in Michigan should take their bike for a ride without having this coverage in place.

    This so called "optional" insurance coverage protects you in the event you are injured in a serious motorcycle accident. Without these type of coverages, you may never be fairly compensated for your injuries and you may be left facing significant medical bills and expenses for your treatment.

    What are these "optional" insurance coverages? That is the confidential information that your insurance agent will not freely share with you and is included in this report!

    If you think by speaking to your insurance agent after reading this article you will ensure you are receiving the essential coverage to protect yourself, you are wrong.

    Our Michigan personal injury lawyers would like to let you in on a little secret: Under Michigan law, your insurance agent DOES NOT have to tell you about the insurance coverage available for your motorcycle. Simply asking for "full coverage" does not mean that you are fully covered. It is your responsibility as a rider to ask for and purchase the insurance coverage options.

    Being in a motorcycle accident can be one of the most traumatic experiences for a motorcyclist, however, buying the wrong insurance coverage can be just as devastating if you are not properly insured. Our free report will not only reveal why asking your agent for "full coverage" is not enough but how buying the wrong coverage cost one of our clients $500,000.00. Don’t become a victim of the insurance company. Get the proper coverage and protect yourself in the event of an accident. You can download the Free Michigan Motorcycle Insurance report by visiting www.freemotorcyclereport.com