Updated: Feb 21, 2019
Florida is a no-fault state, which means after an accident, motorists typically handle any medical claims through their own insurer, no matter who was at fault. To make Florida even more distinct, Florida law requires all car and truck drivers to carry insurance to protect themselves and other motorists in the event of an accident. But did you know that Florida law does not require motorcyclists to carry the same type of insurance?
If you are involved in a motorcycle accident and you do not have insurance, you could be held financially responsible for all of the damages (including property damage and medical bills). In addition, you may lose your license and registration or be subject to civil court judgment.
When you get injured on your motorcycle and have no insurance, it can be difficult to get the compensation you deserve. In addition, motorcycle riders who carry less than $10,000 in medical insurance coverage are required to wear helmets at all times. However, even $10,000 of coverage is often not enough to cover the full extent of damages that may result from a motorcycle accident.
For your protection, we recommend that you choose the coverage that provides you with the most options and the best coverage, while still being affordable. This means that your bills will be covered if you are in an accident, but even if you are never in an accident, you never have to pay premiums so high that they are an undue burden.
To request a quote, you can get in touch with us or go online:
· Phone/WhatsApp: (561) 672-7897
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