Motorbike accidents have become increasingly common on our roads, with victims sustaining injuries ranging from mild neck pains to serious permanent disabilities and sometimes death.
Our team understand how devastating this can be for both the victim and their family. It is important to find sound legal assistance to help in these situations. As a firm, we are able to advise you on a ‘No win, No fee’ basis so you are able to acquire legal advice as early as possible.
Our personal injury solicitors have been working tirelessly for over 40 years to get victims of motorbike accidents the assistance they need. Our team are accredited by APIL (The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) and are members of The Law Society Personal Injury Panel, due to their specialist knowledge, high-class service and experience dealing with more serious and complex injuries.
We are independently recognised as leaders in the field of personal injury claims and have a proven track record of negotiating very favourable outcomes for our clients.
Our team are specialists and know what to look out for and how to negotiate effectively with Defendants and Insurance companies on your behalf. Contact the team for Free Consultation
Immediately seek medical attention for any injuries you may have suffered.
After receiving medical attention, it is a good idea to write down the facts of the accident.
Collect the full contact details including the postal addresses and telephone numbers of all parties involved in the accident.
Collect contact details of any witnesses to the accident.
Where possible, take pictures of the accident scene including getting the registration plates of the vehicles involved.
Remember to report the accident to the police, which can help with assisting your claim for compensation.
A motorbike accident claim must be brought (submitted to the court) within three years of the date you suffered an injury or three years of you being aware that you have suffered an injury. There is an exception for children under the age of 18 years who have until they reach their 21st birthday to (submit their claim to court).
When it comes to claims for motorcycle accidents, these are usually split into two categories, general damages and special damages.
This refers to the accident and actual injury that you have received as the result of a motorcycle accident, including:
This refers to all of the issues not related to the physical aspects of the personal injury received after a road traffic accident. These include:
If you have suffered physical or mental injuries as a result of a motorbike accident then you have a right to submit a claim for compensation for this and associated financial losses. Your claim will succeed if we can prove that the motorbike accident was not your fault (or even if you were partly responsible you can still make a car accident claim).
Our cases are funded through a conditional fee agreement which is more commonly known as a No Win No Fee agreement.
This means that you won’t have to pay anything up front, and there is no financial risk to you if your claim is unsuccessful provided you have taken out After the Event Insurance (ATE). This will cover you for any costs against you, in the event your claim is unsuccessful, so there is no risk to you at all. Start your claim today
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