Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are among some of the most vulnerable road users, along with pedestrians and cyclists.

According to the Department for Transport Statistics for 2015, 365 motorcyclists were reportedly killed on our roads in 2015. That’s one per day. 5,042 were seriously injured. Yet motorcyclists make up approximately just 1% of all road traffic users.

The most common serious injuries suffered by motorcyclists are head injuries and amputations. Helmets offer good protection but not complete protection.

If you or a loved one has suffered any of the following we may be able to help you:

  • Head Injuries
  • Limb Amputations
  • Broken Bones
  • Skin Abrasions
  • Bone Fractures
  • Broken Pelvis/Hips
  • Loss of Sight or Hearing
  • Death
  • Mental Incapacitation

When you suffer a motorcycle accident you need to be confident that the person dealing with your claim understands what has happened, understands your injuries and can act quickly and effectively at getting you treated and compensated.

Motorcyclists also do not have the advantage of seat belts like car users and so will often be thrown from the bike in a collision.

Junction collisions are one of the most common accident circumstances involving a motorcycle. When you suffer a motorcycle accident you need to be confident that the person dealing with your claim understands what has happened, understands your injuries and can act quickly and effectively at getting you treated and compensated.

We offer a free initial consultation with our Solicitors.

If we advise that you may have a claim then we offer a no win, no fee agreement, which means you don’t have to pay anything upfront or if your claim is unsuccessful.*

* Subject to entering into a No Win No Fee agreement in conjunction with an After the Event insurance policy and complying with your responsibilities under its terms.

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