If you have suffered injury due to a motorbike accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to make a motorbike injury claim. At Hampson Hughes Solicitors our team of motorbike accident solicitors have represented many clients around the UK and secured them the maximum compensation possible aid their recovery and to provide ongoing support.
Our expert lawyers will discuss your possible motorbike accident claim with you in understandable terms, as we know that these claims can often seem like complex processes to work through. Each motorbike injury claim is unique, with specific accident circumstances, specific injuries and a unique recovery and rehabilitation journey.
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These are guide amounts, as the more severe your injuries, the more compensation you are likely to be awarded. When bringing a motorcycle accident claim, our expert team will be at hand to guide you through the claims process and will ensure to gather the medical evidence, witness accounts and any other pieces of information that will help us to seek maximum compensation for you.
How Does the Motorbike Injury Compensation Process Work?
As your motorbike accident solicitors, we will send a letter of claim to the insurance company of the other party involved in the incident, informing them that you are making a claim against their insured. The amount of compensation that you can claim will depend upon the level of liability and injuries.
Compensation is awarded for pain, suffering and loss of amenity. You may also be awarded damages to cover medical costs, travel expenses relating to the treatment of the injury and for any other financial losses you have suffered directly due to the motorbike accident. Our team will talk you through the things you can claim compensation to cover, including bike repairs, loss of earnings, the cost of care and any amendments to your home or vehicle that have been required due to the severity of your injuries.
What Medical Evidence Will be Collected About My Case?
Before we can move forward with motorbike accident claims for compensation, we will need to show the severity of your injuries. This will involve setting up an appointment with an independent medical specialist, who will create a report about your injuries, including the severity of the injuries. An orthopaedic surgeon is usually the first expert instructed, with other specialists called in to consult if required.
Motorbike riders will often suffer nerve injuries after accidents, so neurological experts may be required. Once we receive the medical evidence, we can put together a clearer case in support of your compensation claim. Even when motorcycle accident claims are disputed by the insurer of the defendant, it may be possible to secure payment for private rehabilitation in order to help you secure your recovery from the outset, rather than having to wait for a case to be processed.
The longer that you have to wait for rehabilitation to begin, the more likely you are to suffer further damage that could have been prevented, so we always look to help our clients obtain the necessary rehabilitation as soon as possible.
Will I Have to go to Trial?
In many cases, you will not have to go to trial in order to reach a settlement in motorbike injury claims, but we cannot definitively rule this out. We bring the same thorough approach and dedication from the outset, building a clear case that includes features such as police incident reports, medical examinations and any other relevant evidence. The better prepared your legal expert is, the more likely they will be successful in securing the compensation that you deserve.
How Much Will the Motorbike Injury Claim Process Cost Me?
For some people, the cost involved with making a motorbike injury compensation claim may appear to be prohibitive, but Hampson Hughes can ensure you have the help you require. If you contact our legal team, we’ll be able to talk through your available funding options, such as any relevant insurance policy that could cover your legal costs. In most cases, we are able to act on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis through a CFA (Conditional Fee Agreement). This CFA method makes sure that, in the event your claim for whiplash compensation is unsuccessful, you don’t pay anything towards the associated legal costs.
How Do I Find the Right Motorbike Accident Solicitors?
If you are looking to speak to an expert motorbike accident solicitor about a claim for compensation, you are in the right place. Our team at Hampson Hughes has a wealth of experience in representing claims related to road traffic accidents, including those who have suffered motorbike accident injuries. We have offered expert legal advice and guidance to many clients in Liverpool, Manchester, London and around the UK. For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0151 236 1222 today and we’ll discuss your claim in greater detail.
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