The Traffic Police's letter to collect my bike from its compound somehow didn't reach me after waiting for 10 days but I managed to get a softcopy via email on the 11th day from the investigation officer assigned to my case. If you fail to collect your bike within 2 weeks, you'll have to pay $20 per day of storage! Ouch!
My workshop towed my bike on the same day when I got the letter. Inspected the bike the next day and saw the damage to the fairing (right side), front mud guard and some minor dents here and there. The repairs only took 3 days and I was charged $674 which included a new OEM front brake. Bike looks even better now especially after removing the stock stickers. Very happy to be able to ride my CBR again.
Also had my bandages removed and my doctor said that I can use my arm as per normal but advised me from doing anything strenuous for the next 6 months. The photo of my surgery scar looks nasty and I've been showing off to my colleagues to save me from lengthy explanations.
Lastly, met up with my insurance agent, who has been serving me for 20 years. Helped me completed the claim forms and it only took Great Eastern to reimburse Raffles Hospital in less than a week! Now waiting for the hospital to issue me a Final Bill and refund me back the 80% claimable amount that I had to pay upfront. I will then have to complete another set of forms to claim at least another 10-15% of the balance from my 2nd insurance coverage. Payment by Medishield Life was a miserable $1200. So do yourself a favour and get a private medical insurance... I later discovered that a colleague (S'pore PR) of mine had a similar injury last year from a bicycle accident. His total bill from NUH was only paid $5,000+ which was fully covered by his insurance. I was really puzzled by the big disparity when compared to my $26,000 bill. The main difference was that he had to wear a sling for 2 months after surgery while I was able to use my arm immediately after surgery. I guessed my operation was super high standard... oh well... no complaints.
Contacted my reservist unit that I would not be able to do my annual shoot and IPPT this year. They told me that I will be exempted from such activities but still do my reservist in August doing admin work... how nice... Will post a pic of my CBR later.