News AMA gets lower rates from Allstate

AMA gets lower rates from Allstate

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that AMA members can purchase supplemental insurance from Allstate at the lowest rates available. These rates apply to supplemental accident and cancer-related coverage offered through the Allstate Workplace Division.

"When you’re on your bike, you want to focus on the road, not the financial consequences of an accident or illness," said AMA Director of Business Development Jim Moore. "Supplemental insurance provides peace of mind so you can enjoy the ride."

Allstate has established a website where AMA members can access plan information. For policy details, rates (which vary by state), claim information and to sign up, go to AmericanMotorcyclist.com > Members Area > Benefits

"Allstate Workplace Division is pleased to announce their new relationship with the AMA," said Allstate Workplace Division Field Vice President Phil Brimer. "We believe that AMA members will enjoy having the availability of employee-type benefits through the AMA. We hope that this new venture will prove to be a value-added service to the members. We are pleased that an organization as highly regarded as the AMA has chosen to offer Allstate Workplace Division products and look forward to a long lasting relationship."

The accident plan pays cash directly to the policyholder regardless of other insurance benefits. It can pay up to $1,800 a month for six months while you are out of work, and as much as $500 for initial treatment for injury.

The cancer-related plan also pays cash directly to the policyholder. It includes annual wellness benefits for the entire family to encourage preventative checkups and offers coverage for first-occurrence benefits, surgery, hospital stays, and radiation and chemotherapy benefits.

The Allstate supplemental insurance offering is the latest in a long list of dozens of benefits and savings for AMA members. Another great value is free AMA Roadside Assistance for members who sign-up for automatic renewal or purchase a three-year membership.


Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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