Do you need help after a motorbike accident? Motorbike accident claims can range from what appear to be relatively minor claims to catastrophic injuries. The nature of motorcycle accidents is that, even without an actual collision with another vehicle, injuries are likely. If you have been unfortunate enough to experience an accident or injury on your motorbike, or you know anyone who has, read on.
Accident Advice Helpline may well be able to provide help after a motorbike accident. With over 16 years’ experience in assisting people with their motorcycle accident claims, we can have an informal chat with you over the phone, provide an initial assessment, and, if your case appears to be valid, provide you with access to some of the best personal injury solicitors available.
Take our easy 30-second qualifier test
Accident Advice Helpline, whose patron is the UK consumer rights champion, Dame Esther Rantzen, is dedicated to providing honest, no-obligation advice, no matter how apparently minor your injuries may be. Our website also has a very easy 30-second online test, so if you like, before you call, you can see if your claim may be valid, and even how much you might be entitled to.
Some of the criteria which will be assessed when we provide help after a motorbike accident
- the accident should have occurred within the last three years (although there may be exceptions)
- you believe the accident was caused by someone else
- the injuries from which you are suffering you believe were caused by the motorcycle accident
Don’t worry if you aren’t able to provide extensive information at the outset; our dedicated staff will be able to provide advice, information, and to answer questions you may have at this stage.
How motorbike accident claims proceed
Motorcycle accident claims, when they are taken on, will be dealt with by one of our expert personal injury solicitors. In the vast majority of cases, all aspects of the claim can be carried out by telephone; most claimants would not need to attend court (many claims are settled beforehand). A medical assessment may be required, especially in motorcycle accident claims, where there may be injuries scattered throughout the body. This would be used in calculating compensation.
Claims are dealt with on a no-win, no-fee basis so there are no up-front fees to pay.
Call us now to discuss your claim
If any of the points above affect you, and you would like a chat with our friendly, knowledgeable advisers to receive help after a motorbike accident, give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim.