Had a motorbike accident that wasn't your fault? You may be entitled to compensation.

Too many riders are seriously injured every day, and whilst we cannot always prevent accidents, we can support you and your family in securing successful claims whilst you carry on with your lives.

Claim Your Motorbike Accident

We want to help you recover from your motorbike accident

As a motorcyclist you are much more exposed than other drivers, so the risk of serious injury increases in the event of a collision.

Even the smallest, and slowest accidents can cause life changing injuries that will impact your everyday life. We’re here to help you on the road to recovery and claim the compensation that you deserve.

Claim Your Motorbike Accident

Who are we?

At Claim Your Motorbike Accident, we specialise in supporting and helping riders who have had serious or life changing injuries as a result of a motorbike accident. We have a specialist team in our law firm who only deal motorbike claims, and they’re ready to help you too.

If you are a rider who has been injured by a motorbike accident, it is important to us that you have the right level of care to help rehabilitate you back into your everyday life whilst working hard to maximise financial stability for you.

Serious accidents and life changing injuries that often result can have a massive impact on you and your family life, and that’s why we’re here to support your rehabilitation. You may have had to take time off work, spend money on additional care and treatment or adapt your day to day life or the way you return to work. We’re dedicated to whole of life focus and support, We go beyond what your insurance covers in fixing bikes and replacing leathers and lids.


At Claim Your Motorbike Accident, we are 100% supportive and will always put you, the client, first.

Our expert team here at Claim Your Motorbike Accident will assess your case thoroughly and work with you and your family on a No Win No Fee basis.

Essentially this means if your case is unsuccessful you will not have to pay anything (as long as you’ve adhered to the simple terms of the funding agreement, which we’ll explain to you if you choose to work with us).

 

 

 

The Claim Process

Our team will take as much time as you need to fully understand the circumstances and impact the accident has had on you. Once we’ve discussed how your injures have affected you, we will give you clear advice about your claim and will then take you through the claims journey and ensure you get the best result.

You might feel uncomfortable making a claim, but if the accident is not your fault you are entitled to compensation for the injury and out of pocket expenses that you have experienced as a result of your accident. In addition, other costs are often incurred as a result of your injuries and these can also be recovered.

Remember, our personal injury claims are funded on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning there is no financial risk for you or your family. So, we are here to help and support you, start your claim today.

 

 

 

What is Personal Injury

Personal Injury is a term that means you have suffered a physical or psychological injury as a result of someone else’s negligence or mistake. A personal injury can severely affect an individual, their family, and may also result in death.

Even if the injury you have suffered does not lead to a claim for compensation, by talking to the solicitors at Pure Legal, we can help direct you to the best course of action, referring you to government bodies, support and counselling services or your nearest Citizens Advice Bureau for help and assistance.

Claim Your Motorbike Accident Frequently asked questions

Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions around personal injury. Please call our expert solicitors today for an informal chat 01904 556 687 or start your claim today.

Claim Your Motorbike Accident

Will I have to go to court?

It is quite rare for personal injury cases to go to court. The legal system uses a very established process to negotiate compensation and legal costs on these types of cases without the oversight of a judge. However, there are some more complex cases which must go to court, particularly those involving injured children or serious injury. You must start legal proceedings in any event within 3 years of sustaining a personal injury, so it is always advisable to speak to a legal advisor as early as possible.

Do I need a solicitor?

Claims are often complex and involve detailed negotiations on liability and the value of your claim, so seeking professional legal representation on a personal injury case is recommended. The insurers who deal with these claims are very familiar with the legal system and are adept at handling such cases – sometimes at the expense of the injured party. Using a firm of solicitors who has expertise in personal injury claims is a good way to ensure that your interests are fully protected throughout the process and that you will receive the fairest settlement possible.

How much compensation can I claim for an injury?

The process for assessing the value of a personal injury is well established within the legal industry, but it can be very difficult for legal experts to provide an accurate estimate without investigating the claim in detail. A fractured vertebra to the neck is likely to be valued very differently, for example, to a soft tissue whiplash injury. How much compensation you can claim will depend on many different variables, such as the type of injury, the level of pain and suffering, how long it takes you to recover from the effects of the injury and the impact this has had on your life. Once your legal expert has been able to evaluate any adequate medical evidence you have, they should then be able to give you an idea of how much compensation may be payable to you.

What is a No Win No Fee agreement?

“No win no fee” representation came into place in 2000 to replace legal aid, which was abolished for personal injury cases. A “No win No fee” agreement is an arrangement whereby the legal expert you have instructed handles your claim without receiving payment for their work unless your claim is actually successful. If the case is successful, the legal expert is paid in part from the other party or their insurers, with a further agreed amount to be paid from your compensation award – but this latter portion is limited to 25% of your compensation for your injury and out of pocket expenses. If the case is not successful, the legal expert doesn’t charge at all. A “No win no fee” arrangement of this type may also be referred to as a “Conditional Fee Agreement” or CFA.

What are the time limits for making a personal injury claim?

In general, most personal injury claims have a time limit of 3 years. This means that the court proceedings must be issued within 3 years of the injury occurring, or you first being aware that you suffered an injury. If the person injured is under the age of 18 at the time of injury, the 3-year time limit does not come into place until after they turn 18. In some cases, this can be extended, but it is always best to speak to a legal expert as soon as possible, to get the best advice possible from the outset.

How do I make a personal injury claim?

If you’re thinking of making a personal injury claim, get in touch with us to start the process. We will put you in touch with a firm of solicitors who will guide you through the whole process. As there are strict time limits in place and you must start legal proceedings in any event within 3 years of sustaining a personal injury, it is always advisable to speak to a legal advisor as early as possible. Call us on 01904 556 687 or start your claim today.

What if the other driver didn’t stop after the accident?

Unfortunately, there are occasions when you might not know the details of the other drivers involved in the accident, for example ‘hit and run’, untraced, uninsured or foreign drivers. We have a specialist team of legal experts who will investigate these to try and identify the driver, but if they cannot be found you can still claim under the Motor Insurers’ Bureau scheme (MIB). Let us know as many details as you can, and we’ll take it from there.

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