We can help you make a claim for compensation if you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault.
You may be entitled to compensation for the following:
- The Injuries you’ve suffered
- The private cost of surgery and treatment
- Damage to your motorcycle and its repair costs
- The monetary value of your motorcycle (if it is written off)
- Damage to other items – such as helmets and leathers
- Loss of earnings as a result of the accident
- Other financial losses – such as insurance excesses
Getting the Compensation You Deserve
Due to the nature of the vehicle, motorcyclists are more susceptible to serious injury than other road users.
According to government road safety statistics, almost 5,000 motorcyclists are seriously injured on Britain’s roads each year.
Whatever the severity of your injuries, we will get you the compensation you deserve.
We understand that these sorts of accidents can also cause serious psychological trauma, and we will make sure this is taken into account.
In serious injury cases, we will involve a rehabilitation team to help with your recovery and to get you back to work as soon as possible.
Our Expertise in Motorcycle Accident Claims
It’s important that the solicitor who handles your case has experience in handling motorbike accident cases specifically (as opposed to just road accident cases generally).
We have a number of lawyers in our personal injury team who specialise in motorbike accident claims.
Richard Wilson is a Partner in the personal injury department and a specialist motorcycle accident solicitor. He has dealt with motorcycle claims exceeding £1 million in value, and is the official solicitor for Bikers Advice.
We will handle your case swiftly, confidently and expertly. We’re confident that we can achieve the best outcome with your claim, and we want you to be confident of that too.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the number one cause of motorcycle accidents?
It is predicted that the number one cause of motorcycle accidents is collision at junctions. In 2016, the police reported 64% of motorcycle accidents were of this type.
The accidents are more likely to happen in rush hour early in the morning and late afternoon, and are often caused by motorists not looking out for other road users.
Can I sue after motorcycle accident?
You may be able to sue after a motorcycle accident so long as you were not responsible for the accident and the responsible party acted in a way which was negligent.
Every motorist has a legal duty to act with diligence on the road. If they fail to do this, they are open to being sued and may be responsible for the damages.