Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

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Not All Motorcycle Insurance Will Protect You, Your Family or Your Bike! Written by: Kenneth Hardison Not all Motorcycle policies are the same. Just having Motorcycle Insurance doesn’t mean you or your family or even your bike are adequately protected. It’s important that you understand YOUR policy and know what it covers and what it...
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What protection does anyone have against being a victim of a hit-and-run? The only real protection is carrying a large amount of uninsured motorist coverage on your insurance policy. In the event of a hit-and-run crash, or any crash for that matter, after or during assessment of injuries a call is placed to the emergency...
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Hupy and Abraham
WHY RIDERS HIRE HUPY AND ABRAHAM:   If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, then you need an experienced lawyer who is also a rider.   Hupy and Abraham is recognized as one of the top motorcycle accident litigation firms in the country.   The lawyers at Hupy and Abraham just don’t advocate for motorcycle...
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Motorcycle Awareness Month
MAY IS MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS MONTH:   May starts the riding season for many and is the traditional month for motorcycle awareness proclamations. Millions and millions of motorists will view the Hupy and Abraham, S.C. message, “Watch for Motorcycles,” as part of the firm’s continuing billboard campaign in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa aimed at reminding motorists...
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Money down the drain
Average Cost of Motorcycle Insurance in 2019   Every motorcycle owner needs motorcycle insurance, whether they’re a full-time rider or only occasionally ride on the weekends. The average cost of motorcycle insurance can vary depending on the coverage you choose. Most states require that motorcycle owners have at least liability coverage. The minimum liability insurance...
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Good Samaritan
Good Samaritan Laws Protect Bystanders By Vicki Sanfelipo   Good Samaritan laws offer legal protection to people who give reasonable assistance to those who are, or who they believe to be, injured, ill, in peril, or otherwise incapacitated   It was found in the 1970s that people were hesitant to stop and help a person...
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No CPR tattoo
Do Not Resuscitate The term DNR can stand for the Department of Natural Resources, or in the world of medical, it stands for Do Not Resuscitate. Students ask ASM Instructors frequently how to identify someone who has a DNR wish. This article will explain in general terms how a DNR works and when you should...
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age limit in US
Map of Current Helmet Laws by State (2018)  
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