So sorry to read about your crash. Best wishes to heal up quick and determine if your SS is a keeper. Thank goodness you have a supportive family caring for your needs.
I might share a little but about claims. Thirty years ago I did some sheet time and missed six weeks of work due to an unfortunate accident. Here are few terms and rules that might be helpful:Day 8, first meeting with lawyer today. Will see direction to go for bike and myself.
Get well soon!On Friday 5/28, a car pulled out in front of me. She pulled out and stopped. Could not stop or go around, so ended up hitting her left front fender. Sailed over her hood and landed on pavement. broke right leg just below knee and left arm near wrist. L1 compression fracture also. Much pain involved, but I’m alive! View attachment 43366 View attachment 43367
Not dead, just look that way!
I read all that I can, go out for practice rides and carpark technique, and have started taking more advanced courses for slow skills and cornering. Motorcycling is a risk, but I like to believe it's a risk that can be reduced by constant learning and practice. Not saying @Paddlefoot64 should do this, he probably already does, but his outcome could have been worse if he hadn't. My nephew crashed his Yamaha Bolt the other day, when a semi jacknifed in front of him on a highway exit ramp, but his practice meant he instinctively steered into the guard rail and broke his thumb rather than skidded under the track and suffered much worse.Nothing in life is risk-free. If you ride with good situational awareness, your risks are reduced. I retook the MSF course in my mid-30's for a good skills refresher which I think also reduces my risk some.