In 2009, there were over 21,000 accidents on UK roads involving motorcyclist who were hurt. Some of these collisions and road traffic accidents may not have been the fault of the motorcyclist but because of their chosen mode of transport, they may have faced serious injury.
Broken limbs, head trauma and spinal injuries are common injuries from motorbike collisions. If you’ve been in this position, then you need the help of a motorcycle accident lawyer who may be able to help you win compensation.
Take the ’30 second’ test!
This is a test that we have designed for use with customers who are unsure if they have an eligible compensation claim. The test revolves around these three key aspects:
- the accident must have happened within the last 3 years
- you must have received treatment for your injuries, no matter how minor they were
- you were NOT at fault in the accident
Depending on your answers to the ’30 second’ test questions, you may then be referred to a specialist motorcycle accident lawyer.
What can I expect from my motorcycle accident lawyer?
You can be confident you‘ll be getting the best legal service around! Here at Accident Advice helpline, we only select the best compensation claims lawyers. We do this by having a set of strict selection criteria.Open Claim Calculator
In terms of a motorcycle accident lawyer and their team, they must demonstrate successful legal practice as well as ongoing success in terms of making motorbike injury compensation claims.
Our carefully selected lawyers are based throughout the UK and they also work on a ‘no win no fee*’ basis. This means you do NOT pay upfront fees or deposits.
Motorcycle compensation injury – how much can I claim?
This will be dependent on your injuries and the impact they have had on your life. Don’t be put off making a compensation claim because you don’t think that your injuries are ‘severe’ enough.
In our experience, if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident your injuries will be significant enough to have an impact on everyday life, even if it’s just in the short term.
Your expert motorcycle accident lawyer will be able to guide you through these details but making a compensation claim falls into two parts:
- The first part addresses your actual injuries which obviously differ from case to case.
- The second part looks to reclaim any additional costs you have faced as a result of your injuries. People often think that this part of their compensation claim won’t be significant but if you’ve had medication to ‘buy’ on prescription, for example, the costs soon add up.
Why use Accident Advice Helpline?
You need a knowledgeable, expert motorcycle accident lawyer and here at Accident Advice Helpline we work with some of the very best. Making a compensation claim is a form of legal action and you need all the right information to make an informed choice.
Why not call one of our friendly advisers now and see how we could help you?
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.