No fault motorcycle injury claims for compensation can play a crucial role in helping victims of motorcycle accidents that were caused by someone else. No fault motorcycle injury claims can cover the following:
- Psychiatric injuries
- Emotional problems
- Physical injuries
- Permanent disability
- Brain injuries
- Loss of wages
- Travelling expenses
- Costs of childcare
- Costs of help with personal care
- Costs of help with household tasks
No fault motorcycle injury claims – stage 1
Contact a specialist law firm like Accident Advice Helpline as soon as you realise that you want to make a claim. You can call their advice helpline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For some people, this is straight after the accident has happened. For others, it may be weeks, months or even years later.
Even if you were injured a while ago it is likely that you can still claim. You can claim for motorcycle accidents that occurred up to three years ago. The friendly, professional advisers will use a unique 30 second test to help them to work out whether your claim is likely to be successful. You are under no obligation though; you do not have to pursue the claim unless you want to, the choice is yours.
It is important that you feel assured that your chosen law firm is working in your best interests. Accident Advice Helpline has been helping people make claims for injury for over 14 years. They have the full backing of consumer champion and TV personality Dame Esther Rantzen.
Motorcycle injury claims – stage 2
Accident Advice Helpline will connect you with an expert solicitor to handle your claim. You will not be asked to pay upfront for this expertise. This is because of a legal system called no win no fee*. In the no win, no fee* system, you do not need to worry about expensive legal fees. If your claim for compensation is not successful (i.e. if you do not win) you do not pay your solicitor’s fees!
At this stage of your claim, you may be asked to provide some details about your accident, your injuries, hospital and outpatient visits and details of money that you lost as a result of the injury. This can include loss of earnings and details of any extra costs that you have had such as paying for extra childcare or for travelling to medical appointments. You may need to attend one appointment locally with a doctor to have a medical assessment of your injuries.
Motorcycle injury claims – stage 3
It is usually possible for a psychiatric injury claim to be dealt with over the telephone and very few cases actually end up in court so you can relax and let your solicitor handle it for you. The exact amount of compensation that you will get cannot be guaranteed as it varies from case to case.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.