Motorcycle Accident Claims
Being involved in a motorbike accident can be a very traumatic experience, especially where you have suffered a painful injury. However, if you have suffered an injury as a result of a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, our dedicated team of motorbike accident lawyers are here to help.
Motorcycle accidents in the UK are becoming increasingly common. As a result, our expert team of personal injury lawyers have specialist knowledge about making motorbike accident personal injury claims.
Injuries sustained from motorbike accident can vary greatly from minor bruising and muscle strain, up to the most serious life changing injuries such as spinal injuries or head and brain injuries. Although some may believe that riding a motorcycle is inherently dangerous, all road users are under an obligation not endanger other road users. To this end, motorcyclists are entitled to expect that other drivers will avoid doing anything that could result in their injury. Where another road user has acted negligently, or not taken appropriate care on the road, causing you injury, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim for compensation.
No Win, No Fee Motorbike Accident Claims Aberdeen
There are many reasons why motorbike accidents occur. Often they are the result of other road users failing to notice motorbike users on the road, failing to give motorcyclists adequate space, or failing to acknowledge that motorcyclists are not as well protected as other road users. If you have suffered a motorcycle accident as a result of another driver’s negligence, you may be entitled to make a no win, no fee* compensation claim. Our dedicated team of personal injury solicitors are based in the Aberdeen area, and can help you claim the compensation you deserve. We will never use legal jargon to confuse you and will make sure you are kept up to date on the progress of your claim. Contact us today to find out how we can help.
What do I need to make a motorbike accident claim?
If you have been involved in a motorbike accident, it is firstly important to note the time limit for bringing a claim. Personal injury compensation claims are bound by very strict deadlines, and if you have been injured in an accident, you must bring your claim within three years of sustaining your injury. For this reason, it is very important that you contact a specialist motorbike accident claims solicitor** as soon as possible.
After you have contacted a solicitor, they will ask some questions about your accident to build your case. The questions your solicitor** may ask you include:
- What caused the motorbike accident?
- Who was involved in the motorbike accident?
- What kind of damage did your bike suffer?
- Did you suffer any injuries as a result of the accident?
- How were your injuries treated?
- Do you have the details of the other party?
- Do you have details of any witnesses to the accident?
- Is there a medical record of your injuries?
If you have the details of the person who caused your accident, or the details of any witnesses to your accident, you should provide these details to your solicitor. Furthermore, if you have suffered any injuries and received medical treatment, you should obtain copies of your medical reports to assist in building evidence to support your claim.
When you contact our team, we will be able to tell you quickly whether your claim has a good chance of success. We can also give you an idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to, based on the exact circumstances surrounding your accident and injury. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, making a claim with our Aberdeen team couldn’t be easier. We will begin processing your claim immediately, taking all of the circumstances of your case into account to ensure you are compensated for every aspect of your loss, pain and suffering.
Motorcycle Accident Injury solicitors Aberdeen
Our specialist team of motorcycle accident injury experts will handle every aspect of your claim. They will assist you in gathering evidence to build your case, negotiate with the other side on your behalf and represent you in court if necessary. Contact our team today to find out how much compensation you could claim.
Call us on 01224 980 625. Alternatively, you can contact us online to find out more.