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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com   Laws regarding motorcycles vary from state to state. When planning a road trip, it's a good idea to check the motorcycle laws of the states you'll be riding through, to make sure you don't violate those laws. The following are some of the issues you should look into:   --Helmet requirements --Eye protection requirements --Headphone restrictions --Whether motorcycles are allowed to ride two abreast in the same lane --W...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com When planning a road trip, it's a good idea to check your motorcycle insurance coverages before you leave. The following are some things that should be checked: --The policy period dates, to confirm that the insurance on your motorcycle is in effect when you're on the trip. --The policy limits of your liability coverage. This coverage is available for claims against you if you're at-fault for an accident. You should determine if the p...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com What laws apply if a Minnesota resident is on a motorcycle in South Dakota and is hit by a truck driver from California? This type of situation could involve a complicated area of law known as "Conflict Of Laws". Sometimes the laws of more than one state apply to an accident. Also, if a lawsuit must be commenced, a decision must be made regarding which State or Federal Court to commence it in. If you're involved in an accident that mi...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com Liquor establishments might be liable for injuries and losses caused by the sale of alcohol to obviously intoxicated persons or to persons who are underage. Laws imposing this liability are known as dram shop laws, and they vary from state to state. A few states, such as South Dakota, do not have dram shop laws. Issues relating to dram shop laws include notice requirements, statutes of limitations / deadlines, and what persons are enti...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com If you're driving without a valid driver's license or endorsement, and are injured when someone negligently crashes into you, does your lack of a license prevent you from getting paid for your injuries? Probably not. In the case of Mahowald vs.Beckrich, the Minnesota Supreme Court decided that an unlicensed driver was not prevented from getting paid for his injuries because there was no causal connection between his failure to comply w...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com If your health plan pays any medical expenses you incur as a result of a motorcycle accident that is someone else's fault, the health plan might have the right to seek repayment of those expenses (subrogation / reimbursement / lien rights). The language of the health plan, and relevant state and federal laws, must be reviewed to determine if the health plan has a right to repayment and, if so, what exactly that right is. This review sho...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com Many states require a driver involved in a crash to submit a report to the state within a specified time period, under certain circumstances. For example, Minnesota requires every driver in a crash involving $1,000 or more in property damage or injury or death to file a report with the state within 10 days, and failure to do so is a misdemeanor. If you're involved in a crash, you should check with the state where the accident occurred ...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com If you've been in an accident, you should not put anything on Facebook or other social media that you don't want to be questioned about. There appears to be a trend of Defense attorneys being allowed to look into accident victims' social media lives to try to find relevant information that can be used in a lawsuit. While there are legal arguments against allowing Defense attorneys to have unlimited access to a Plaintiff's social media ...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com   Recently there has been a lot of publicity about a lawsuit in which a man sued the manufacturers of a motorcycle and a motorcycle seat, claiming he suffered a long-lasting painful erection (priapism) as the result of riding on a motorcycle that had a ridge-like seat.  Reportedly, the man claimed that the injury to his penis was caused by the seat, which he claimed was negligently designed, manufactured, and/or installed by the defend...
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By Steven M. Bialick, Attorney, www.MotorcycleAccident.com email: bialicklaw@att.net   There are a lot of people driving around without insurance.  You should make sure you have Uninsured Motorist coverage under your motorcycle insurance policy, in case you get hit by one of those drivers.   The purpose of Uninsured Motorist coverage is to pay for your injuries caused by an at-fault uninsured driver.   Steven M. Bialick has been in the private practice of law since 1980.  He practices in t...
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