I would go over the bike with a sharp eye, not all the damage parts
Find out the cost.
Then figure there's the cost of putting the bike back right, at least four maybe six hours shop time.
If you have comp with a $500 deductible you will get money from the insurance company on this.
But it will come at a big cost. Expect them to raise your rates. It will go up on the car as well as the bike since you will now fall into the high risk category.
Here's the kicker depending on where you live, even if you carry different car and bike plans, from different insurace companies your car rates will go up, as May your homeowners or renters insurance.
So say the total bill is $1,200 and after you pay the $500 that means the insurance company will pay $700 and raise you rates may $175-300per year, for the next five years, more if you are younger or have bad credit.
So some how, you end up paying more for less then before the claim.
Remember insurance companies are never no matter what they, the lizard, the flo or any thing else say, they are not at all on your side. They are there to take money from you every way they can. Every chance they can.