Motorbike accidents are a regular occurrence all over the country, and most of us know someone who has been involved in one at some time. Many of them are minor bumps that do not result in any injuries, but some of them have life changing effects for the victims, and some cause in deaths.
Whether you are involved in motorbike accidents in Stafford, or anywhere else in the country, you may be able to claim compensation if:
- You were in an accident that was caused by someone else
- You were injured in the accident
- Your injuries were bad enough to need medical attention
- The motorbike accident happened within the last three years
The only exception for motorbike accidents in Stafford is if the injured party was a child. It is best a parent or guardian makes a claim for them at the time, but if no one does, they have three years from their 18th birthday to pursue their compensation.
The injuries that are bad enough to claim for after motorbike accidents in Stafford
Some victims do not claim the compensation they are entitled to because they are under the impression that injuries have to be really serious to make a claim. But this is not the case. If you suffer from something like whiplash or a broken arm, your life can still be put in turmoil until you have recovered. You may lose time from work, as well as have unexpected extra expenses.
You will still be in pain and laid low for a while, and you should still be compensated. Of course the more severe your injury is, the more compensation you would expect to be awarded, but the majority of claims are for injuries that you would not think of as being really serious.
Making your claim the easy way with Accident Advice Helpline
To try and make a claim on your own can be stressful and time consuming, and research shows that even if the victim is successful, their award is likely to be lower than if they used experts to help them.
The easy way to make a claim is to get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline and let us shoulder the burden of the hard work. A simple call to us, and if you qualify to make a claim, it can be started while you are on the phone.
Of course we will keep you updated with your claims progress, but other than that you will probably hear very little from us, until an amount had been offered.
Life is hard enough these days, and even more so if you have to cope with injuries. So take the easy way and call our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 today. If you prefer to use your mobile call 0333 500 0993.