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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

    Claiming after a motorcycle accident

    Injuries when you ride a motorcycle aren’t uncommon.  They happen every day, in fact. However, when you are in an accident on a motorcycle, there are things that you can do to avoid ever having to consider claiming after a motorcycle accident. Below are some tips that you can use to help reduce the risk of having an injury after an accident on your motorcycle.

    Always wear your helmet

    One of the things that you should do when you’re riding a motorcycle is wear a helmet. Even though you may not be required by the law to do so, it’s going to protect your head and help save you from having a serious injury if you are in an accident. A lot of people who have died in motorcycle accidents were not wearing helmets. If they had been wearing a helmet, their chances of surviving would have been better. Not only that, but wearing a helmet will give you a better chance of walking away from the accident without serious injury.

    Have a valid licence

    The second thing that you do when you are riding on a motorcycle is to have a valid driver’s licence. Usually you won’t be able to get this licence unless you know about running a motorcycle and what to do in certain situations. If you don’t know how to react or how to drive the bike, how can you expect to safely ride on your motorcycle and avoid accidents? So make sure that you have a licence before you have a motorcycle. It will help you with avoiding accidents.

    Get professional training

    Although this isn’t required, it just makes good sense. Those who have been trained professionally rather than learning from their friends or their family members have a better chance of knowing what to do in case an emergency comes up. Besides, friends and family may be doing something wrong and by them teaching you, they are passing on their bad habits.

    When you get training from someone who has experience in teaching others and who knows what is right to do, you will be getting the right information. You will have a reduced risk of having an accident since you’ll know how to react.

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    These are some of the things that you can do to reduce your risk of having an accident when riding a motorcycle.  If you do have an accident and you want to learn more about claiming after a motorcycle accident, you should contact a solicitor for expert advice.

    Ask Accident Advice Helpline about claiming after a motorcycle accident

    Give Accident Advice Helpline a call and we’ll be glad to talk with you and see how we can help you with claiming after a motorcycle accident. We are one of the top law firms in the UK and we are always happy to assist you. You can give our team a call on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 689 0993 from a mobile phone.

    Date Published: 30th August 2013

    Author: sharon.hendricks

    Category: Motorbike accident claims

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