What about motorcycles?
Automobile policies automatically include no-fault insurance, but motorcycle policies do not. No-fault can be requested on a motorcycle policy, which is quite expensive.
When a motorcycle is not covered for no-fault benefits, you may not be able to collect the first $10,000 of your out-of-pocket losses. However, you can still proceed against an at-fault driver if your case meets the criteria below, for pain and suffering damages as well as the amount of medical bills and wage loss over $10,000.
You definitely should consult an attorney to determine how to proceed in these cases. At Busald Funk Zevely, we are dedicated to receiving the best possible results for our clients. Contact us to learn more about how we can help.