Have you been involved in an accident on your motorcycle? No matter how minor or severe, you could be eligible to claim motorbike accident compensation if the incident wasn’t your fault.
Accounting for around 20% of all serious injuries on the road, being involved in an accident on a motorbike is more common than you may think. Plus, with the long-lasting effects that it can have on both your physical and mental wellbeing, we’re passionate about providing you with the compensation that you deserve going through such a traumatic ordeal.
We have a team of motorbike accident solicitors who can assist with your claim. Along with offering 24/7 expert legal advice, appointments can be conducted over Skype throughout any stage in your claim case.
The injuries that could be sustained through a motorbike accident can vary significantly. That being said, motorcycle accidents are deemed to be one of the most serious types of road traffic accident – much more dangerous than those in a car – as there’s no airbag or seatbelt for protection.
Wherever possible, we’d always recommend taking photographic evidence of both your motorbike and injuries sustained. This will allow our motorbike claim solicitors to understand your case, as well as act as evidence in Court.
Motorbike accident claims can come as a result of any injuries that you sustained whilst riding a bike on the road. Some of the most common injuries are:
However, the smallest of injuries can result in claiming compensation successfully.
If you suspect that you have injuries that could allow you to make a claim for motorbike accident compensation, it’s best to discuss the situation with a qualified personal injury solicitor.
Anyone who has experienced a motorbike accident that wasn’t their fault is able to claim motorcycle accident compensation. The incident must’ve happened within the past three years and you will need to be able to prove that somebody else was liable.
Yes! If the person liable for your accident doesn’t have valid insurance, our motorbike accident solicitors will still be able to fight for compensation.
You can do this by acting as a litigation friend on their behalf. Alternatively, the minor can pursue the case themselves when they turn 18.
When it comes to presenting your motorcycle accident claim in Court, you’ll need to prove who was liable for the traumatic experience. This can be another motorist, a pedestrian or even another person riding a motorbike.
Remember that or team are able to explain your rights on the road, so you may be entitled to motorbike accident compensation even if you presume otherwise!
As the level of motorbike injury compensation varies on the severity of your injuries, you may be awarded either (or both) of the payouts listed below:
This is the most common type of payout and covers the pain and suffering that you experienced throughout the accident itself, and its’ aftermath.
This type of motorcycle accident compensation covers any expenses that you may have had to pay as a result of the incident, including private medical treatment, travel and rehabilitation costs.
When it comes to making a motorcycle injury claim, you can rest assured knowing that there’s a no-win, no-fee policy on your case. This means that you won’t be charged a penny unless your case is successful, allowing you to explore your options at no financial risk.
To book your free initial appointment today or make a motorbike accident claim enquiry, simply call us on 0330 053 7117 or contact us online.