Rainham is a suburban town in East London, England and in common with many other parts of London it can get a little congested with cars at peak times of the day. For this reason some people choose to travel around this area by motorbike rather than by car. In fact, you may be reading this because you have been in a motorbike accident and are looking for a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee’ in Rainham motorbike cases. These are specialist lawyers who will not charge big up front legal fees and who will handle claims arising from motorbike accidents in the Rainham area. There are a team of these highly trained lawyers at the law firm, Accident Advice Helpline. Some tips for safe motorcycle riding are given here.
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ in Rainham cases– safe driving tips
- Hazard awareness – the chief way of avoiding having to search for a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee’ on Rainham motorcycle cases is to be very aware of hazards. So what exactly is a hazard? Basically, it is anything that could put a motorcyclist at risk such as another vehicle, an animal, a pothole or another object. Motorcyclists need to choose a position in the road that allows them to see well ahead and spot any hazards that may be there. The second step in hazard awareness is selection of the appropriate speed – travelling too fast results in the motorcyclist being unable to react to a hazard quickly. Motorbike collisions occur most often close to the rider’s home because the roads are familiar and familiarity reduces concentration.
- Overtaking – many people end up having to hunt for a lawyer who handles ‘no win, no fee’ on Rainham cases because they have been in an accident involving unsafe overtaking. Many motorbikes are hit by car drivers who have not checked the road properly before overtaking. However, motorcyclists also have to overtake safely. A motorcyclist has to weigh up many factors in a short period of time before they overtake including speeds and positions of other vehicles.
- Cornering – a motorcyclist must be able to corner safely. They cannot correct poor cornering when they are half way around by braking because this will result in them losing control. If there are warning signs then they need to be heeded – there could be added hazards like a wet road, a drain cover or leaves.
- Filtering – this is the process of overtaking slow moving vehicles in a traffic jam. It is perfectly legal as long as it is undertaken with care. However it is not legal where there is a no overtaking sign or double white lines in the middle of the road and you have to cross a solid one closest to you.
- Junctions – many motorbike accidents at junctions and motorcyclists can help themselves to be seen by wearing bright clothing, using lights and using their horn.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.