Serious motorbike injuries

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Unfortunately when a motorbike rider is involved in a collision, unless the speeds are relatively slow, injuries are common. The most commonly fractured bones are the shoulder and pelvis. Concussion and brain damage may occur if the head is injured, however wearing a helmet reduces the risk of death as a consequence by almost 40%. There is also a condition called bikers arm, which is caused by nerve damage and can lead to paralysis.

These accidents are often caused by careless drivers who do not give motorcyclists the respect that they deserve on the road. They might overtake too closely or even pull out in front of them without warning. Motorbikes are more difficult to see than larger vehicles, and some motorists simply don’t look properly before carrying out a manoeuvre.

Serious motorbike injuries

If you have sustained serious motorbike injuries through no fault of your own, then you could be entitled to claim compensation for your suffering. You can claim for your injuries, (both physical and psychological), as well as any out-of-pocket expenses that you incurred as a result of your accident. For example, if you had to pay for taxis to and from hospital appointments, or if you were unable to work due to your injuries, then you can have this taken into account in your claim.

Accident Advice Helpline

Now all you need to do is call Accident Advice Helpline. We are a specialist law firm, and we want to help you get the compensation you deserve.

At Accident Advice Helpline, we only handle personal injury claims, so you can be sure that we are experts in the field. So why would you trust your claim to anyone else?

What can Accident Advice Helpline offer me?

When you get in touch, you will realise why Accident Advice Helpline has a reputation for delivering total satisfaction. As well, as our gold-standard customer service, we offer:

  • Free initial advice
  • 24/7 access to our free telephone helpline
  • 100% no win no fee* compensation promise
  • No cash to pay up-front to get your claim started

At Accident Advice Helpline, we adhere to the principles of integrity, reliability, dependability and accountability. So you can have complete confidence that we will always wok hard on your behalf.

How can you contact Accident Advice Helpline?

You can choose to either:

  • Call our free helpline from your landline on 0800 689 0500 or
  • Call us from your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993

You can even text the phrase, ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we will call you back as soon as possible.

At Accident Advice Helpline, we are on your side. Chat to us about your serious motorbike injuries today.

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