Archives for June 2013

Taking a Motorcycle Test in Pennsylvania

Summer is just about here and there is no better feeling than getting out on a motorcycle and riding through your favorite parts of Pennsylvania. This is the time to make the move to take your motorcycle test. If you don't yet have a license, there are a few simple common sense steps you need to take in order to make your riding safe, fun, and of course, legal. If you have any insurance or legal questions, feel free to consult me, or any other qualified motorcycle lawyers. A motorcycle license is categorized as a "Class M" license. You are required to pass a basic knowledge test and a motorcycle skills test in order to qualify for your Class M license. Once you pass your basic knowledge test you will be issued a Class M learners permit. Riding with Your Class M Learners … [Read more...]

Original copyrighted content by

Motorcycle Accident Compensation Claim Uninsured Motorist

In a recent appellant opinion from the Superior Court of Pennsylvania known as Kaylor v. Donegal Mutual Insurance Company No. 1068 WDA 2012 published March 19, 2013, the Superior Court held that an insured’s mother, who was staying at a personal care facility when she was involved in an automobile accident, was not considered to be a “resident relative” as defined by the motor vehicle insurance policy. On appeal to the superior Court, the Court held that under the facts of the case “common sense” dictates that Kaylor is a resident of the household for underinsured motorist coverage despite the fact that she was living at a personal care facility at the time of her accident and not at the home. The Court went on to note that the insurer in this case, Donegal Mutual Insurance Company, … [Read more...]

Original copyrighted content by

Know Your Pennsylvania Motorcycle Laws

As a motorcycle rider enjoying the open road in Pennsylvania, it is always important to be aware of the latest Pennsylvania motorcycle laws. The list below highlights some of the notable Pennsylvania laws, but this is not a complete list. There may be further details and provisions that are not enumerated here. For full explanations and complete details, a Pennsylvania motorcycle attorney is your best resource. The following laws apply to any motorcycles being driven on highways in Pennsylvania. Some provisions may not apply if you are only riding off-road. If you have any questions regarding these laws or any others, please call Pennsylvania motorcycle accident lawyer Lee D. Gaber, Esquire at 1-888-292-5352 (1-888-CYCLE-LAW). Pennsylvania Motorcycle Laws Motorcycles must … [Read more...]

Original copyrighted content by

Delaware County Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Testimonials

"Dear Motorcycle Monthly, This letter is with sincere and honest intent to recognize and commend one of the attorneys featured in your magazine each month. I feel very strongly about my story that I want the world to know about the one and only Cycle Attorney, Mr. Lee D. Gaber, Esquire. On November 5, 2005, I was on an Abate Toys-4-Tots run to Children's Hospital in the city of Philadelphia. I accompanied my husband Joseph and several of our friends to this event. Upon departure from the city, I was severely injured when my motorcycle hit a depressed manhole cover and threw me off by 2004 Dyna Super Glide Harley-Davidson motorcycle. I sustained broken ribs, road brush and orthopedic injuries to my right dominant hand. I spent 4 days at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and have … [Read more...]

Original copyrighted content by
Home | Site Map