stop crashing bikes?
Argh. Too bad, but you can't get money from your boss.I was in a car today with my boss and we rearended a lady who stopped for a yellow,
im not sore or anything, should I go see the doctor
Yup. Research.Any ideas?
That's my point. If you were injured in a car crash, and your boss, or fellow employee is driving, and it's their fault, you can't make a claim for injury compensation.....I wouldn't think about suing my boss! hhaha, but I'm going to wait till tomorrow and see how I feel. I'm not intereted in free money if im not in pain. if tomorrow my neck hurt or back hurt and i put in a claim would their insurance rates go up?
Yup. That's the way it works. Suffer injury or loss as a result of someone else's negligence, and you can make a claim for compensation. Unless, of course, the situation falls into some categories....such as "worker verses worker," or you're in a stolen vehicle.....ive been in 3 accidents all when i was in highschool(always a passenger) and I had no idea you could 'claim' for being in an accident.
Not through ICBC. But can't you make that claim through Worker's Comp? Or are you stuck with a personal injury lawsuit?That's my point. If you were injured in a car crash, and your boss, or fellow employee is driving, and it's their fault, you can't make a claim for injury compensation.
ICBC isn't trying to "screw" you. They've gone to the reference materials they have handy, ie. blue book, black book, or whatever, and found that the range for your bike starts at $6825 and goes up to some number higher than that.My 2004 CBR600RR was just written off and they're offering me $6825....which is a total lowball...what can I do? So far I've gone thru the buysell and the forums on here and collected a bunch of similar f/s ads, in which the bikes are clearly valued much higher! My bike had about 11k on it and was crashed in August. Any ideas?
Yes, and no. All other things being equal, a vehicle with a proven maintenance history is worth more, and they will compensate you for it. If nothing else, it will be one more thing that supports your claim that your vehicle was a creampuff, not "average". On "average", people are horrible about maintaining their vehicles.They wouldn't give you more money for maintenance receipts. They concider it to be the cost of owning the vehicle.
100% correct.They also won't give you money for most aftermarket parts, unless you can prove that they cost more than the stock part.
Yes, a passenger can make a claim through ICBC against the driver.Not through ICBC. But can't you make that claim through Worker's Comp? Or are you stuck with a personal injury lawsuit?