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OperationBikerDown.org® Is a special program of the NAIDW® – National Association of Injured & Disabled People, an Illinois Not-For-Profit Corporation, located at 43912 N. 50th Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85087. Our telephone number is (888)-788-6243. Please do not hesitate to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have questions. Thank you.

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OperationBikerDown.org is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of our members and users. The information you submit through our website will NOT be rented or sold. As a guard against unauthorized access and to maintain accurate data, we have implemented procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

Submit the brief free case review form on this page and a case representative will respond shortly to help assess your injury, illness, chronic pain, disability or death case. Third party assistance may be required. All information is confidential. Thank you!

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OperationBikerDown.org is not a law firm or medical practice. OperationBikerDown.org and its products and services do not provide nor are a substitute for legal/medical advice. Only an attorney or medical professional can provide legal/medical advice.

 

No Attorney-Client relationship is created by use of this case evaluation or the website, the OperationBikerDown.org Technology, its products or services, with this website, its owners, agents, representatives, providers, partners or affiliates.

 

Some work may be performed by, or referred to, other attorneys licensed within your State. Case evaluations are always free to members and clients. A fee will only be taken by the attorney if there is a recovery for the client (contingency fee). Financial compensation for lost wages, injuries, and other damages is not guaranteed and may vary depending on individual circumstances.

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OperationBikerDown.org recognizes the importance of working with the right businesses and professionals to maximize our efforts in promoting information, resources, and advocacy for injured, disabled, fallen bikers and their families.

Our sponsors and advertisers come along side the Association informally and formally to advance the mission of the Association and make a difference in the lives of the men, women, and families in our communities.

Although the word "sponsor" is used often we believe they are much more then that! We like to think of them as "partners" who help us advance our mission!

 


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We offer Five different Levels of Sponsorship:

As a fiscal corporate sponsor you will receive special incentives such as:

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  2. Advertising space on website, Professional Directory, & Injured Insider Publication, and email blasts!
  3. Sponsorship announcements at all special events, shows, and conferences!
  4. Free premium high priority listings in our professional directory with built in lead generation! (Showcase, Gold & Silver Sponsors)
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  6. Weekly social media 'Shout-Outs' to over 500,000+ supporters
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National Showcase Sponsors - $10,000+
Diamond Sponsors - $5,000 - $9,999
Gold Sponsors - $2,500 - $4,999
Silver Sponsors - $1,000 - $2,499
Bronze Sponsors - $1 - $999

for up to $500 sponsorship you recieve a: bronz listing on our partners page under friends (No Backlinks, No Images), silver listing in our directory! ($295 value)

for 1K sponsorship you receive a: silver listing on our partners page (with backlink and co website with image), a premium high priority listings in our directory!($995 value) for 1 year with built in lead generation and much more!

for 2,500K sponsorship you receive a: gold listing on our partners page, (with backlink and co website with image) a premium high priority listings in our directory! plus side feature banner advertising for a year in our directory

for 5K+sponsorship you will receive a: gold listing on our partners page, (with backlink and co website with image) a premium high priority listings in our directory! plus side banner advertising for a year in our directory and main NAIDW.org and community.

for 10K+sponsorship you will receive diamond listing on our partners page, (with backlink and co website with image) a premium high priority listings in our directory! plus full banner advertising for a year in the main NAIDW.org website & directory and email blasts in our digital newsletter "injured insider" As a "panel member" will also get any state case evals and opportunity to HELP get involved with our local State Chapters. Unlimited access to the directory, blogs, deals, events, etc...

for 25K+ sponsorship you will receive a: Showcase National listing on our partners page, (with backlink and co website with image) premium high priority listings in our directory! plus full banner advertising for a year in the main NAIDW.org website & directory and email blasts in our digital newsletter "injured insider" as well as Sponsorship announcements at all special events, shows, and conferences. Unlimited access to the directory, blogs, deals, events,classifieds, etc...


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2011 Summer Grant Recipients


Elizabeth Jennings: $1000.00 Medical Treatment Grant Recipient  

My name is Elizabeth Jennings.  I have been living in constant excruciating pain 24/7 since April of 2010. After the long medical journey I was finally correctly diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.  Scared of this disease, I threw myself into research regarding treatments for this incurable disease.  Remission appears possibly if treated aggressively and quickly. The lack of knowledge within the medical community is atrocious. The lack of treatment options is heartbreaking.  Awareness is the only hope I have of helping the community of people I have met through this catastrophic disease. For the thousands of people suffering with RSD/CRPS I hope to send my story to as many people as possible with the ambition of raising awareness.  NAIDW is helping me to reach those goals.  With the grant money I am able to participate in a treatment not covered by my insurance, but has shown 70% success rates of decreasing your pain.  NAIDW has given me hope. It is impossible for me to communicate effectively the amount of pain that RSD causes me on a daily basis.  If cutting my arm off had even the remote possibility of relieving even a small amount of the pain I would not hesitate.  I know there are many others out there suffering just like me, and many much worse.   My health is now in perpetual crisis, we have looming medical debt, and my marriage in a state of perpetual miscommunication.  It can all be overwhelming on a day-to-day basis to say the least. Yet somehow, I feel hope when I see progress as we try and work to grow into a stronger family unit throughout these years of hardship. Through NAIDW I hope we can all reach out and form a community along with our caretakers and medical teams to help bring a better understanding to not only Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, but also the effects of chronic pain, medication, and health care treatments on patients and family life. Thank you for taking the time to listen to my personal struggle with this disease. Thank you to NAIDW for this grant money that will help bring me out of my world of pain.   So far I’ve been kicked in the gut and punched in the face but I’m still swinging.  I refuse to give in to the disease for myself, for my family, and for anyone that has been afflicted with a chronic pain disease. Elizabeth Jennings


Erica Potter: $500.00 Medical Assistance Grant Recipient

My name is Erika Potter and I have a Chronic Disease called Lupus. Because of Lupus I had to stop teaching. I have to pay my bills from my disability now and they are building up and I have to choose what bills to pay each month with my limited funds. This Grant has helped me pay my bills down so I don't have to worry about when I can pay them next. Thank you NAIDW for helping me out in my time of need...


Robert (Bob) Dill: $500.00 Housing Assistance Grant Recipient

"I started my search on the internet.. just I guess looking for a shoulder to cry on. After being abused by the system, doctors, lawyers, and insurance carriers. I came across these guys.  Not only did I get that shoulder, but also valuable information and support Mr Arbay is awesome and the company that he keeps!" -  Bob Dill


Sheree Brown: $500.00 Housing and Child Education Grant Recipient 

I am so thankful,My children and I are jumping up and down ! Finally good news.The Lord had blessed us with a home my new landlord info is attached.He also cancelled that great debt of mine with F P L in the amount of $4,840.The debt incurred for 3 yrs from the time I had accident and could no longer work.I am still in pain each day,yet I remain thankful.I am most thankful for meeting NAIDW because you were the 1st people to "care", show "compassion", give me comfort and support.I will be honored to be a continued member as well as promote your cause in any way I am able.Attached also are my kids and grankids. Just had difficulty with my computer trying to send link to my landlord so I send another way.


2011 Winter Grant Recipients

Rebecca Wojtyszka: $500.00 Child Education Grant Recipient

When I was first injured in 2008 I never expected that I would be where I am today. I had a daughter getting ready to graduate from high school and head off to college and I was not expecting to be put out of work. Today, three years later, I am still unable to go back to work and I am struggling just to help my daughter with her basic needs. Tessa is in her third year of college at West Virginia University and is studying Criminology. She is struggling on her own to be able to afford to go to such a large university and I just like to try my best to help her in whatever way I can. She has many loans to pay for her schooling and is still trying to make ends meet. Today, I am still looking for answers as to why I am still experiencing so much pain. I was a waitress for 23 years and I am not used to not being on the go all day long. It’s a struggle for me to even get out of bed every morning, and that is not the person I used to be. I am currently dealing with workman’s compensation and it is stressful and tiresome to say the least. I am also still receiving treatment for my back and knee injury, but nothing seems to be working out. I have now decided to try to further my own education. I have started taking a few classes at the local community college, which is becoming a struggle on its own. Due to the medications that I am currently taking it makes it very hard for me to focus and concentrate on any tasks. I know that I need to be retrained and am hoping to learn something new because I know that the service industry will not longer be an option for me anymore. I am personally very thankful that NAIDW was able to award us this grant to help her cover some of her expenses. We have been trying to look all over to find some sort of help out there and it is very rewarding to know that there is some organization out there that helps injured workers and their families. Tessa is also very thankful. She was worried about being able to go to the school of her choice because of our financial situation, and I am glad that we are trying to make it work.

 

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