Archives for April 2014

Motor Cycle Accidents and the Affordable Care Act

Over the last several years of writing my column on motor cycle accidents, insurance coverage issues, and the law, I have bitched and moaned on a number of occasions about insufficient liability coverage, and as a result, insufficient uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage. Pennsylvania law only allows you to buy UM/UIM coverage equal to or lower than the amount of your limits of liability coverage (so if you bought $15,000/$30,000.00 in liability coverage, that is all you can purchase in UM/UIM coverage). The only way you can have more UM/UIM coverage than liability is if you have more than one bike on the policy and purchase the stacking option, which is something I always recommend as a Pennsylvania motorcycle accident lawyer – even if you only have one bike. Insurance … [Read more...]

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A Montgomery County Motorcycle Attorney Gives Back

Just a couple of weeks ago, I put together a list of Pennsylvania charity rallies and rides that were coming up in the spring and summer. The first two rides are just around the corner and I wanted to give you all a bit more information about these great events so you could check them out if you are interested. As a Montgomery County motorcycle attorney and an avid rider, I am a lover of Pennsylvania’s beautiful countryside, and of the feeling of freedom that comes from hitting the road. I am also committed to helping others whenever I can. These April events offer two of the first chances this year to get that great wind-in-your-face exhilaration. They are also great opportunities to give something back to those in need, or to support the police officers who put their lives on the … [Read more...]

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