Motorcyclists know there is a risk of accident and injury every time they’re out on the road.
The number of motorcyclists injured or killed on Britain’s roads has fallen over time, but they are still 38 times more likely to be killed in a road traffic accident than car passengers. Nearly every rider has, or will have, an accident or near-miss whilst on their bike.
There are lots of types of motorbike accidents. Injuries range from minor cuts and scrapes to serious or long-term injuries.
Common motorbike accidents include:
If you’ve been injured in a motorbike accident you will know how traumatic it can be. You might need time off work, or if you have a more serious injury you may not be able to work for a long time. Loss of earnings can put a strain on your finances and add to your worries.
If the accident happened in the last three years and it wasn’t your fault, you might be entitled to compensation which can help get you back on your feet and tide you over financially. It can be used to cover the costs of long-term treatment you might have, like physiotherapy. Having this safety net can put your mind at ease so you can focus on getting better.
PHC Law will guide you through the claims process and recover the maximum compensation for your accident.
This depends on the circumstances of your motorbike accident. Usually, it will be covered by insurance.
Each case will be assessed independently; your solicitor can give you more information when they have the details of your case.
To get your claim started, simply complete this form or call PHC Law free on 0800 612 7 612.
We’ll take some details about your accident, discuss the claims process and assess whether you could have a claim.
This assessment is confidential and totally free – we won’t ask for any payment – and there is no obligation to proceed if you don’t want to. We’ll simply give you the information you need to make a decision about whether to claim compensation for your motorbike accident.