What About Car, Truck & Motorcycle Accidents?
Car, truck and motorcycle accidents are the most common type of personal injury accidents that we see. Just like other personal injury cases, you have to prove that the other driver was negligent or at fault, which is commonly referred to as breaking one of the rules of the road, the other driver may have ran a red light was speeding failed to yield failed to maintain control, like in a rear end collision, or violated some other traffic law. In most vehicle accidents. The police will be called, and the findings of the investigating police officer are very important in determining negligence. Some of the most serious injuries we see are in motorcycle crashes, statistically almost 90% of motorcycle crashes, result in injury to the motorcycle rider of the motorcycle accidents involving other vehicles. The majority of them are caused because the other driver did not see the motorcycle before the collision, or did not see the motorcycle until it was too late to avoid the collision. Because we believe in trying to keep motorcycle riders safe. We have a motorcycle safety campaign and provide bumper stickers, free of charge. Just visit www.LookForCycles.com and request your bumper sticker today. Unfortunately, and many car truck and motorcycle accident cases, the other driver will not have enough insurance to pay for the injuries they cause under Iowa law, the minimum insurance coverage required is only $20,000 per person for personal injuries. $20,000 does not go very far. If you are taken to the hospital and cannot work for several weeks. There is a way to protect you and your family. If you are injured, due to the fault of another driver, without any insurance or not enough insurance. The insurance coverage, you have to protect yourself is called UM uninsured motorist and UIM underinsured motorist coverage. This protects you. If the other driver, either has no insurance or not enough. For more information, including a book we offer at no cost, which explains this in detail. Just go to www.IowaInsuranceBook.com.