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A Brief History of The Motorbike Helmet – Infographic

Riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience and something that thousands upon thousands of people across the UK love to do on a daily basis. Unfortunately, however, there are hundreds of motorcycle accident fatalities on our roads each and every year, with thousands of others seriously injured. However, many serious head injuries could be avoided if riders and their passengers simply put on a helmet. Here at Jefferies Solicitors, we know just how important helmets are when it comes to riding a motorcycle, as studies show that riders have a 29% chance of surviving a crash if they are involved in an accident. So in aid of promoting motorbike safety, we’ve put together this fun infographic highlighting the life of the motorcycle helmet. From its inception to the stats on how many lives it could save, you’ll be surprised just how important a crash helmet has been in the world of cycling and motorcycle sports. Read on:

If you or someone you love is involved in a motorcycle accident, the life changing effects from injuries sustained can have severe consequences, both physically and financially. With this in mind, any time our team of motorcycle injury compensation claim solicitors are instructed to handle a case, we fight for the maximum amount of compensation to ensure your best chances of receiving the treatments and rehabilitation services you or your loved ones need to make a speedy recovery.

For more information or to speak to a solicitor about your no win, no fee motorcycle compensation claim, call our solicitors on 0800 342 3206 and get the compensation you deserve today. We have the experience you need to ensure your best interests and the best interest of your loved ones are upheld after a road traffic or motorcycle injury. Let us help you today.

Published on 27th May 2015.