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    Avoid motorbike accidents – injury solicitors Farrington Gurney

    If you have had a motorbike accident and can prove it was not your fault, if you live in Farrington Gurney, you may be looking for the best injury solicitors in Farrington Gurney.

    Although you are more vulnerable on a motorbike than you are in a car, riding a motorcycle does not actually have to be more dangerous. If you are careful and know how best to avoid a motorbike accident then you should be as safe as you can possibly be on the roads and find that riding a bike is a fun and easy way to travel around.

    • Take a motorcycle safety course. Although you will have had to learn properly to pass your test, taking an extra course on motorcycle safety can teach you tips and tricks which will help you to avoid getting into accidents. It will also help you to become more comfortable with your skills and on your bike.
    • Try to avoid rising in adverse weather conditions. Rain can cause low visibility, snow and ice will cause slippery roads, and strong winds will make it difficult to move straight. If the weather is bad then avoid going out on your motorbike at all, at least until you feel confident that you are able to travel in such conditions.
    • Don’t speed. On a motorbike you are able to travel more quickly, and zip around other vehicles in traffic jams. However, just because you can doesn’t mean that you should and sticking to a lower speed will make it easier to react to any unexpected situations which occur.
    • Use your indicators. Just as with a car, you need to indicate your intent before you make a turn or overtake. You should also remember to switch these indicators off after you have made the turn as otherwise drivers may get in your way thinking you are about to make a turn, or overtake.

    Claim compensation through the best injury solicitors in Farrington Gurney- Accident Advice Helpline

    If you do have an accident whilst on a motorbike, and it has been caused by another driver, then you may be able to use our injury solicitors to claim compensation against him or her.

    Contact us from landlines on our freephone number – 0800 689 0500. To call us from a mobile, ring us on 0333 500 0993.

    Should you wish us to call you to discuss your potential claim, send us the text message “claim365” to 88010.

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    For expert claims’ advice and help fro our legal advisors, contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now from the nearest phone.

    Date Published: 18th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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