If you have suffered an injury following a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault either as the rider or passenger, you may be entitled to claim injury compensation. With the help of personal injury lawyers Jefferies Solicitors, you’ll be able to secure the compensation you deserve.
Motorbike Accident Claims Case Study
One accident victim our lawyers helped was a man from Cheshire who was in collision with a car whilst he was riding his motorbike. Jefferies Solicitors secured over £10,000 in motorbike accident compensation for this man who sustained leg injuries in the accident. Responsibility for the incident was initially disputed by the car driver, however, we were successful in obtaining an admission of liability and claimed for:
- Loss of earnings
- Loss of vehicle
- Recovery of vehicle
- Storage charge for vehicle
- Travel expenses
- Care and Assistance
- Loan of wheelchair
- Medication charges
- Damage to clothing/helmet etc
- Items being carried on the vehicle at the time of the accident.
What Can You Claim Compensation For?
If you have had a motorcycle accident or suffered an injury you may wish to consider claiming compensation for the injury expenses and other losses. There are numerous types of injury, damage or loss for which compensation might be obtained. Jefferies’ Accident Solicitors have negotiated hundreds of personal injury claims and have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for clients.
Making A Motorbike Accident Claim
To pursue a claim following a motorbike accident, you will need supporting evidence. You should keep a note of:
- Names, addresses and telephone numbers of any witnesses
- What was said by any parties at the time of the accident
- Any symptoms you have suffered following the accident
- The treatment you have received, together with details of the treating doctors
- Things you were unable to do as a result of your injury
- Care/assistance given by members of your family or for which you have had to pay.
Keep details of all expenditure you have had to make as a result of the motorcycle accident and retain receipts where these are available. Also keep a note of any losses you have suffered, for example, loss of earnings, and be able to prove these by producing salary slips etc.
Providing as much relevant information as possible will help in pursuing your bike accident claim.
Call Jefferies Solicitors
Call Jefferies Accident Solicitors on 0800 342 3206 or make an online enquiry, for free motorbike accident compensation advice, with no obligation.
*Please note – In limited circumstances, fees may be charged when your compensation claim is not successful. These limited circumstances are explained in our No Win No Fee Agreement. In addition, if you fail to attend a medical appointment arranged for you, the doctor may charge a non-attendance fee.