elguyos1krr, sucks that no one stopped to help you! Even worse to have the wind knocked out of you.
Evolx, I would love to start wrenching myself. Never done it but would love to learn. I guess no time like the present.
Arrie, I had the drop sensor installed as part of a recall about a year or so ago. By the time I stopped sliding across the ground, the motorcycle had turned itself off and the hazard lights started to blink. Pretty awesome actually. I did not actually remember all of this until much later. It all seems like a blur, bits and pieces of my memory. There was SO much traffic going around me, I was just trying to get out of the way.
jonwil, pimpedc6, I checked and scrutinized the motorcycle today. Luckily the mechanic at the BMW dealership had marked several of the bolt points across the motorcycle with some paint. So, I could see exactly what had shifted or moved. I had to tighten and loosen several bolts to get everything aligned again to match the marks. No leaks thus far that I can see. The oil level looks correct but seems slightly dark or dirty to me through the small round window.
I'm feeling much better today albeit a little sore. Rode the motorcycle into work this morning and into the rain this evening. Had to use some tools including a big hammer to try and straighten out several pieces. The fairing on the back had split apart but luckily, I was able to snap it back together. The engine case cover took some damage but can be replaced. Again, thanks everyone of the comments!