Whatever your injury, great or small, if someone else was at fault, you can claim compensation for your injuries, however, the following injuries are common:
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Head and brain injuries
- Spinal Injuries
- Multiple limb fractures
- Damage to internal organs
Accidents involving motorcycles generally happen because of:
- Collisions with other vehicles
- Slippery road
- Other road defects
Who can I claim from?
- Where you have been in collision with another vehicle who was at fault, the driver’s insurance company will pay out. If they were uninsured, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau will step into the breach.
- In the case of slippery roads, potholes and other road defects, a claim can be made against the local authority where they have failed reasonably to maintain the condition of the road surface.
- In some instances an adjacent land owner may be at fault, for instance, where a farm has caused spillage across a road causing hazardous conditions.
- If possible, take photographs of the accident scene as soon as possible, including any other vehicles involved, the state of the road/cause of accident, weather conditions and light/time of day.
- Take the name of any witnesses present at the scene
- Seek medical attention as quickly as possible
See the advice of a specialist solicitor as early as possible as assistance can be given for:
- interim payment of damages to help you survive financially while your claim continues
- payment for or towards medical treatment/rehabilitation
- practical advice
- to ensure evidence is gathered in time
MILLGATE WOODBRIDGE SOLICITORS WILL HELP YOU TO MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU. YOU CAN CALL US FOR A FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION ON 01525 864820