We are all vulnerable during a road traffic accident. Human bodies are made of flesh, blood and bone and during a road traffic accident these delicate structures collide with things that are much harder. The interior of your car, the windscreen and the road outside the car can all inflict great damage on the human body. Imagine, then, how vulnerable a motorcycle rider is. Sadly, when a motorcycle rider starts a road traffic accident claim, it is usually because they have been badly injured in motorcycle accidents in Byfleet that were not their own fault.
Motorcycle accidents in Byfleet
Some motorcycle accidents in Byfleet do not involve any other vehicles. It is possible for a motorcyclist to lose control of their bike and spin off the road into stationary objects such as carriageway barriers and walls.
Motorbikes are more sensitive to imperfections on the road surface than cars because they have two wheels instead of four. Things like potholes, raised inspection chamber covers and patches of oil and mud can cause a motorcyclist more serious problems than a car driver.
Other motorcycle accidents are caused by another vehicle driver. This could be a car driver, van driver or the driver of a heavy goods vehicle. The accident is often caused by another driver failing to spot a motorcyclist in time and so they pull out in front of them.
Accident Advice Helpline: Advice when you need it most
If you are a motorcyclist and you have been injured in an accident in the Byfleet area that was not your own fault then we can help you. We, at Accident Advice Helpline, have been guiding motorcyclists through road traffic accident claims for more than 15 years.
We can explain how our expert motorcycle accident lawyers can set about proving that another driver caused your accident and then negotiate a sum of money as compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline: Claim now
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we understand that motorcyclists can suffer very serious injuries in road traffic accidents. We know that those injuries can prevent the injured person from working – perhaps for several months.
We also know that there are additional costs associated with motorcycle injuries. You may be paying for extra childcare because you are too injured to look after young children. You may even be paying for household help or personal care with things like washing and dressing.
If you need help with a claim in Byfleet, give Accident Advice Helpline a try! You can reach us for free on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or dial us on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.