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Special Report: Indiana Motorcyclist Guide – Protecting the Biker 101

A simple, accessible guidebook for our friends and riders throughout the state of Indiana. This book explains a little bit about the legal process should you find yourself a victim of a motorcycle accident. There are some very important steps you must take soon after an accident to make sure that your legal rights are protected.

“If this book gets in the hands of just one motorcyclist that is motivated to call his insurance company and make sure he is adequately covered with both uninsured and underinsured coverage, then I will consider this a worthy investment of my time and resources.”


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Special Report: Indiana Crash Book – For Auto, Motorcycle, Truck Crashes & More…

This guide will arm you with the information you need to protect your legal rights, avoid costly mistakes, and receive the compensation for your injuries and losses to which you are entitled.

After reading this helpful manual, you will be able to determine whether you have a valid injury claim, and if it is the type of claim you can file on your own or if you need the help of an experienced attorney.

“The Insider’s guide for Indiana drivers and passengers: Educating you on what to do BEFORE or AFTER a crash. Step by Step.”


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Special Report: The 10 Deadly Errors That Can Wreck Your Indiana Accident Claim

The 10 Deadly Errors That Can Wreck Your Indiana Accident Claim – Do you know the answers to these questions?

(To find out, read this special report before calling the insurance company – or even a lawyer.)

Should you sign the forms you receive in the mail? Should you give statements about the accident to anyone? Is a quick settlement ever a good idea? If so, why? Are you better off without a lawyer? Do you understand ERISA lien issues? Can you trust the claims adjuster?

 


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Trends In Fatal Motorcycle Crashes: An Update

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