Motorbike Personal Injury Claim


There’s nothing quite like riding the open road but motorbike accidents can and do happen. The accident may look fairly minor but personal injuries can still be serious. Often your immediate priority is getting back on your feet again and making sure family and work commitments are met. The last thing you might think about is making a motorbike personal injury claim.

How can your motorbike personal injury claim help you both now and in the future?

When accidents occur, it’s not just the damage to the bike that needs repairing. Motorbike riders can suffer significant injuries such as broken limbs, whiplash and head traumas, many of which can cause problems long into the future for the rider. Days off work can impact on income, you may need physiotherapy both immediately and potentially for some time into the future and it’s possible you may need other specialist help such as chiropractor support. As well as all this, you may need help with your day-to-day chores and will certainly not be riding your bike again for a while. All of this can impact on your quality of life as well as having significant financial implications for both you and your family.

Did you know you can claim for more than just your personal injuries?

Motorbike personal injury claim amounts cannot be guaranteed but can be anything from a couple of hundred pounds to thousands, depending on the severity of your injuries. In addition to this, quite often you can also recoup some of the money you are out of pocket as a result of an accident. For example, taxi costs to and from medical appointments whilst you cannot drive or ride can add up, as can prescription charges and other expenses. For this reason it is very important you keep receipts for anything you pay out for that is connected to your accident, because further down the line your motorbike personal injury claims specialist may be able to get all this back for you.

Starting the ball rolling couldn’t be easier!

Having been in business for over 10 years, Accident Advice Helpline have the experience to work for you and can put you in touch with specialist legal motorbike personal injury claim teams to claim the compensation due to you. The sooner you contact Accident Advice Helpline, the sooner you can start to benefit from our assistance and advice. You’ll be taken through a very quick ‘test’ to see if you have a case so there’ll be no wasting time or energy over letters and phone calls for weeks. So if you’ve had a motorbike accident in the last 3 years that wasn’t your fault then contact us today!

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