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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Motorbike accident claims

    Examples of motorcycle accident compensation amounts

    ContentsWhat are some average motorcycle accident compensation amounts?Motorcycle accident statisticsCommon motorcycle accident injuriesMotorcycle accident fatalitiesRecovering after your accidentWhat should you do after your accident?When you take your new motorcycle out for a spin, the last thing on your mind is being injured in a motorcycle accident. Yet did you know that statistically you are 38….

    Are there any UK motorcycle accident statistics?

    ContentsWhat can we learn from UK motorcycle accident statistics?Motorcycles have become more popular in recent yearsWhat are the most dangerous points on the roads for motorcyclists?Can you claim for injuries caused in an accident with another road users?UK motorcycle accident statistics give us an idea of how safe it is to ride a motorcycle on….

    What is the number of motorcycle accidents per year?

    Motorcyclists only account for 1% of total road users yet they make up 19% of all fatalities on the road. In 2015, 365 motorcyclists were killed, averaging one a day. If you have been the victim of a motorcycle accident and want to know more about your rights and whether you could be entitled to….

    An Introduction to Motorcycle Accident Compensation Claims

    ContentsWho is to blame for most motorcycle accidents?Claiming personal injury compensation for a motorcycle accident injuryThere’s no doubt about it: riding a motorcycle is far more dangerous than driving a car or other large vehicle. Although motorcycles account for only 1% of traffic on the roads, they account for 19% of all traffic accident deaths…..

    Motorbike accident claims

    Every year, a few individuals find themselves able to make motorbike accident claims. No one assumes they would ever be in a position for this to happen, but we all recognise that road accidents can occur, and sometimes you have little chance to prevent yourself from being hurt. How does a motorbike accident occur? The….

    The long term effects of being involved in a motorbike accident

    The long term effects of being involved in a motorbike accident can be far more devastating than is often realised. Of course, to some extent, it depends on the severity of your injuries, but there is also the emotional impact to consider. It can be months later, as victims come to terms with their injuries,….

    What to do if you’ve been involved in a motorbike accident

    You may be wondering what to do if you’ve been involved in a motorbike accident. Just like any other accident, it really depends on how badly you’ve been injured. If you are able to move around and communicate yourself, you should first of all make sure everyone is okay and call for the relevant emergency….

    Motorbike accident lawyer

    Riding a motorbike is fun as well as being fuel efficient. The sense of exhilaration you get when out on the open road is second to none. However, as a driver on two wheels, you have less contact with the road than if you were in a four-wheeled vehicle and it is important that you….

    Motorcycle Solicitors

    Motorcycle Solicitors Did you know that motorcyclists have no blind spots when driving? Unfortunately drivers of other vehicles do – these include cars and lorries. A blind spot can be abolished or at least reduced if the side mirrors are properly adjusted. However, the driver must use the mirrors correctly, particularly in lane changes, otherwise….

    Motorcycle accident liability

    If there are no witnesses to a road traffic accident, it can be difficult to prove who was at fault. Even if another motorist was clearly to blame, they may try to deny liability if they think they can get away with it. If you are a biker and you have been involved in an….

    No fault motorbike accident injuries

    No fault motorbike accident injuries claims Did you know that specialised skills training can help reduce the number of motorbike riders who are seriously injured or killed on the roads? The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is only one organisation that offers this type of training. As well as helping reduce accident rates,….

    Motorbike injury claims

    Even if you are a very safe biker, there is still a chance that you will be involved in an accident at some time in your life. After all, there are other motorists on the road to deal with and they do not always show the care and concern that they should. There are certain….

    Motorcycle Personal Injury

    Motorcycle Personal Injury Claim Did you know that in around 70% of collisions between cars and motor cycles, wearing a helmet reduces the severity of any head injury sustained by the motor cyclist and in some cases may prevent it all together? In just under 4% of collisions the helmet had no effect on the head injury….

    No fault motorbike accident

    No fault motorbike accident No matter where you live in the UK, if you require no fault motorbike accident solicitors you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. Our specialist team believes that if you have been in a motor bike accident that wasn’t your fault and you have been injured as a result, you should get….

    Motorcycle claims for accidents

    For many people, the thought of making motorcycle claims for accidents would cause a considerable amount of worry and stress. After all, the legal system is not well known for it’s user-friendly environment. It can be a confusing place and there are many potential pitfalls that could lie ahead. In addition, the thoughts of paperwork….

    Motorbike injury compensation

    If you have been involved in a road traffic accident whilst riding a motorbike, you may be entitled to motorbike injury compensation. This is a sum of money awarded to you based on the type of injuries you have suffered as a result of your accident, ensuring you are protected. To be eligible to receive….

    No fault motorcycle injury claims

    No fault motorcycle injury claims for compensation can play a crucial role in helping victims of motorcycle accidents that were caused by someone else. No fault motorcycle injury claims can cover the following: Psychiatric injuries Emotional problems Physical injuries Permanent disability Brain injuries Loss of wages Travelling expenses Costs of childcare Costs of help with….

    Help after a motorbike accident

    Motorcycle accident claim information and advice If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your motorcycle accident claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now, on 0800 689 0500. Have you been in a motorcycle accident? Riding a motorbike can be exhilarating. At the same….

    Motorcycle crash no win no fee claim

    Are you thinking about making a motorcycle crash no win no fee** claim? Riding a motorcycle is not only a mode of transport but more often a passion. Like most motorcyclists, you drive carefully and respect other road users. Unfortunately, motorcycle riders are more likely to suffer serious injuries when involved in an accident. Many road….

    Motorbike personal injury claim

    There’s nothing quite like riding the open road but motorbike accidents can and do happen. The accident may look fairly minor but personal injuries can still be serious. Often your immediate priority is getting back on your feet again and making sure family and work commitments are met. The last thing you might think about….

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