Any motorbike accident in Enfield, or another other town, village or city here in the UK for that matter, is best handled on a no win no fee basis. It saves you worrying about having to pay your solicitor’s legal fees if your claim is unsuccessful. It’s a service that we here at Accident Advice Helpline operate, as do many of our competitors.
Check your claim with the Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test for a motorbike accident in Enfield
Accident Advice Helpline also operates another very useful service, which is our 30-second test. It’s a way of validating any personal injury claim in theory, before it actually gets launched. It means that if your claim passes this test, it will be highly unlikely to be unsuccessful further down the line.
As well as validating a claim, the HOW MUCH compensation calculator (which is what you use to take the test) will also provide you with an estimate of how much your claim could win for you.
A tip for your motorbike accident in Enfield claim
If you’re involved in a road traffic accident (RTA) in Enfield in which someone is hurt, you must call the police to the scene. Not only is this the law, but it can also help the processing of a motorbike accident in Enfield claim. This is because of the fact that in your compensation claim application.you can make a note of, and use, the incident report number that the police allocated to the investigation.
Uninsured and/or untraced drivers
Some of the personal injury claims relating to RTAs that we, here at Accident Advice Helpline have handled, involve untraced or uninsured drivers. So if a driver has fled the scene before anyone managed to get any details, or it was subsequently found that a driver’s insurance is invalid, all is not lost. We can still obtain compensation for injury victims via the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB).
The MIB is an organisation that all motor insurers here in the UK must belong to. The membership fees that the member companies pay covers the compensation payouts for these sorts of incidents.
Most claims are settled out of court
The whole compensation claim process is generally quite simple and straightforward. Over 90% of claimants never have to attend a meeting or go to court. It’s all handled remotely as a matter of routine.
But if you do need any help, you can make use of the free 24/7 helpline service that we provide. All you have to do is call 0800 689 0500 from any landline and chat to our customer support team. You can also use your mobile, in which case you call 0333 500 0993. It may make things easier if you launch your claim sooner rather than later, so why not contact us today?
Date Published: 29th March 2015
Author: David Brown