As an alternative to employing a Redcar and Cleveland law firm, local residents and workers in this neck of the woods here in the UK often turn to the expertise of online specialist injury claim solicitors Accident Advice Helpline.
AAH is one of the nation’s leading injury claim specialists
The fact that we’ve now been trading for 14 years, and that we employ a team of 200 dedicated, fully qualified, injury claim lawyers, means that we are one of the most experienced compensation claim lawyers in England, and given the simplicity of our industry leading no win no fee service, that comes unreservedly recommended by the famous people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen, we are also one of the nation’s favourites.
One of our specialist areas of injury compensation, are injuries sustained by people involved in motorbike accidents.
Motorbike accident statistics for the year 2012
Motorbike accidents form of a substantial proportion of the road traffic accident injuries that take place every year. The statistics for the year 2012 are as follows:
- Total number of motorbike accident fatalities– 360
- Total number of motorbike riders seriously injured – 5104
- Total number of motorbike accident injuries of all severities – 18,618
The statistics shown above relate to motorbike riders. In terms of motorbike passenges (pillion and sidecar), the following statistics apply:
- Total number of motorbike accident fatalities – 12
- Total number of motorbike passengers seriously injured – 224
- Total number of motorbike passenger injuries of all severities – 692
The rusty skills of “the silver motorcyclist” often cause injury
In the same way that senior surfers (as far as age is concerned) have been christened “silver surfers”, senior motorbike riders (those in the age group 45 to 55) are similarly named “silver motorcyclists”, and it is this age group that are most at risk in terms of injury.
It’s basically because many men renew their acquaintanceship with riding motorbikes later in life. They often buy more powerful motorcycles, which, given their rusty motorcycling skills, prove more difficult to control than they would like.
AAH – the online equivalent to a Redcar and Cleveland law firm
Because motorbike riders and passengers are more vulnerable than most other road users, (apart from pedal cyclists), their injuries are often quite severe, which is when we here at AAH are often employed as the online equivalent of a Redcar and Cleveland law firm.
Using AAH’s online, interactive, HOW MUCH calculator
If you’ve been involved in a serious motorbike accident that was not your fault, and you’ve suffered a serious injury, Accident Advice Helpline can help you to obtain appropriate financial compensation. You can find out approximately how much you might expect to be awarded by visiting our website and making use of our 30 second, interactive, HOW MUCH calculator.
Accessing our helpline
Anyone in need of help or advice can use the free helpline that we’ve set up expressly for that purpose; call 0800 180 4123 from any landline, or 0333 500 0992 from any mobile.