Motorcyclists and Road Traffic Accidents
Motorcyclists And Road Traffic Accidents
Of all road users, motorcyclists are the most susceptible to being involved in a serious accident and the most likely to be killed in one. Indeed, according to the Department for Transport, in 2006, 599 motorcyclists were killed and 5901 seriously injured. Furthermore, for every kilometre travelled, motorcyclists are 51 times more likely to be killed or seriously injured than those travelling by car, and twice as likely compared with pedal cyclists. Hence, given the very serious nature of the injuries suffered by motorcyclists, it is imperative that motorcyclists get the very best legal advice. This is where we come in, as we have solicitors who specialise in handling claims on behalf of motorcyclists.
Please note that solicitors in our specialist motorcycle claims unit have extensive experience in helping the families of motorcyclists who have been tragically killed as a result of a road traffic accident, and they will assist the family in bringing a claim against the responsible party.
We also have considerable experience in assisting motorcyclists who have suffered extremely serious injuries as a result of a road traffic accident. This includes ensuring that the motorcyclist obtains all of the compensation they require in order to fund rehabilitative treatment, and future medical care and assistance.
How To Contact Us
To contact The Accident Solicitors about a personal injury claim, please either telephone us on 0333 3010 700 or complete the short questionnaire above. Simply click the 'Send Now' button to submit the questionnaire once you have completed it. Upon receipt, it will be assessed by a solicitor who will then contact you to discuss the matter. The solicitor appointed to contact you, will be a specialist in your type of accident. The Accident Solicitors handle cases on behalf of clients throughout the country. Our head office is based in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and we also have offices in Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Chester, Stoke-on-Trent, Leeds, Sheffield, Preston, Nottingham, London, Exeter, Bristol, and Birmingham.
This initial consultation is completely free of charge.