It’s estimated that 80 per cent of UK motorcycle accidents are caused by someone else’s negligence…
When you’re riding your motorbike, as much as you try, you cannot cover every eventuality and incidents occur that can have serious consequences. You could sustain injury and may not be able to work.
PM Law’s specialist bike claims team will ensure you are not invisible and with our no deductions service, you’ll keep 100% of your compensation when we win. Other solicitors may advertise ‘No Win, No Fee’ but that doesn’t mean they won’t take a slice of your compensation money.
Our team provides high quality personal injury services and prides itself on giving outstanding legal representation to all our clients.
We can assist you recover:
- Your helmet and damaged clothing
- Personal items
- Uninsured losses
- Loss of earnings
- Medical expenses
- Rehabilitation treatment
To talk to a member of our expert team today please call Tel: 01245 570 106 or let us call you back simply fill in the call me back form on this page.
“Having used PM Law solicitors myself, I’ve now recommended them to several friends of mine who have recently been involved in bike accidents. I found their legal team to be both professional and knowledgeable and gave me straightforward advice about the claims process. I was very pleased with the speed and outcome of my case and would definitely use them again in the future.”
James Haydon, Former British and World Superbike Championship Rider.
If you are involved in an accident, the following steps can also help you maximise your chances of making a successful compensation claim.
Report to police: It is important that you report the accident to the police as soon as is reasonably practicable. Although the police may not attend the accident, you still need to report it and you should also inform your own insurance company.
Witnesses: Make a note of any drivers, other passengers or passers-by who may have witnessed the accident. Exchange contact details and information such as location, street names, road conditions, date and time of day should also be recorded.
Photographic evidence: Take photographs of the accident scene including any road defects and damage to vehicles. Ensure the pictures show the positions of the vehicles on the road.
Injuries: If you have suffered an injury, you should seek medical attention so you get the correct treatment. You may not notice your injuries straightaway so you should visit your doctor or hospital as soon as you can just to be safe.
Do not admit liability: Do not discuss who is at fault for the accident at the scene even if you feel you may be partly to blame. In an accident situation, liability is often complex and you should not admit any fault before seeking legal advice.
PM Law has the skills and expertise to provide the help you require and manage your specific personal injury claim whatever the injury and circumstances.
Then you can be assured of a bespoke service that will provide you with the compensation you deserve – with no deductions.
We are here to help…
Contact one of our claims handlers for more information:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 01245 570 106