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In a serious accident, such as a car crash or bad fall, a victim could suffer a catastrophic injury that results in a condition known as paralysis. Paralysis is the temporary or permanent loss of feeling and function in part of the body.
Automobile insurance is an important type of financial protection for all motor vehicle operators in Arizona, including motorcyclists. Insurance can help relieve the financial burden of an accident by contributing to the costs of medical bills and vehicle repairs. Furthermore, if you are legally required to carry insurance on your motorcycle, failing to do so can result in a fine and the suspension of your operator’s license.
Car insurance is a legal requirement for all drivers in Arizona. Unfortunately, not all drivers obey this law. If you get involved in an accident and find out that the other driver is illegally driving while uninsured or underinsured, this will complicate your claim and interfere with your ability to collect financial compensation.
If you have always kept up with your insurance premium payments, you may assume that any personal injury you suffer will be covered – either by your health, car or homeowners insurance. Unfortunately, insurance companies often look out for themselves more than their clients.
When you file a claim seeking financial compensation for your medical bills, property damage or other losses after an accident in Arizona, you should expect to hear back from the insurance company promptly – within a reasonable amount of time. Unfortunately, not all insurance companies obey their deadlines.