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Old 01-07-2019, 07:32 AM   #31
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Sounds just like when I hit a dog. Have your MC insurance deal with their homeowners insurance. Heal up soon!
Thats the course of action I'm taking for every cent this going to cost. Again thanks everyone for the well wishes ,advice ,and analysis about this incident as I've learned a few things.
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:13 PM   #32
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This wasn't a residential area. This was out in the Sacramento River Delta. Out on Ryer island road to be exact. That area is farmland. This particular house just hsppened to be fairly close to the road and it was the only house around for a few miles.
160 is a fantastic ride. Sorry about the get-off. I'll take bruised over busted any day. Hopefully their ins. gives you a fair price on the bike and all the gear. Be sure to add everything up. Was your phone scratched too? Take the cash and sit on it. Look for another hobby for a while. Go fishing. Relax. If the itch comes back, so be it.
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Old 01-12-2019, 10:46 AM   #33
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Wow Mike! Glad it was an in and out of the hospital.
When it comes to animals there is never a predictable course of action. I would have done the same thing as you with a dog, slowed and accelerated.
The positive thing is that the owner's are accountable.
Hope the dog survives.
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Old 01-14-2019, 02:13 PM   #34
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My insurance company ,Gieco, just told me that they cannot go after the responsible parties insurance for medical costs. WTF are we paying for insurance for if the pricks won't do their jobs. I'm not paying a f_______g cent for any of this.
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My insurance company ,Gieco, just told me that they cannot go after the responsible parties insurance for medical costs. WTF are we paying for insurance for if the pricks won't do their jobs. I'm not paying a f_______g cent for any of this.
Did you have a MedPay policy? I think UI and Um only apply to motor vehicles. Did you get their homeowners info?
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Old 01-14-2019, 04:45 PM   #36
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I wasn't thinking about the homeowners info at the time of the accident I was thinking about the pain I was in. Their name address and phone are on the accident report which I will be faxing to my insurance tomorrow. I'm not paying a damned cent for this.
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My insurance company ,Gieco, just told me that they cannot go after the responsible parties insurance for medical costs. WTF are we paying for insurance for if the pricks won't do their jobs. I'm not paying a f_______g cent for any of this.
Which insurance, their auto insurance? Of course not, because their motor vehicle wasn't involved. Home/renters insurance might be another story, though. Do you have full coverage for your bike? If so, your insurance should be covering you, and pursuing the other party for reimbursement on their own, whether that's through their home/renters insurance, or other litigation.

If you don't have full insurance though, that will be on you to file a claim with their homeowners/renters insurance. You didn't pay for the coverage, so they're not going to bother protecting you.

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