Motorcycle Accident Compensation
There is no such thing as an accident on a road, as there is always somebody at fault. The road user that collides with you might have taken a bend too quickly, fallen asleep while driving, or been under the influence of drugs or alcohol. You, as a motorcycle user, are far more vulnerable than if you had been in a car.
If you have been the victim in a motorcycle accident, even if you were just a passenger, and it was not your fault, you can make a motorcycle accident compensation claim through your local personal injury solicitors at Lamb & Co. Our dedicated team of personal injury solicitors have thousands of successful motorcycle accident compensation claims to our credit. We know if your claim will be successful with our years of experience dealing with them so you can rest assured that none of our solicitors will attempt to win motorcycle accident compensation if we do not have a strong case.
The first thing you must do now is contact a reputable Law Firm in order for your case to be assessed. This procedure will only take a few minutes with one of our friendly and honest solicitors. The process will now be in our hands and we will progress the case as quickly as possible ensuring that you receive the appropriate care and medical treatment necessary. We are aware of an increasing amount of Insurers attempting to ‘buy off’ claims with the victim direct. We would not, under any circumstances, suggest that these ‘offers’ are accepted as to do so will result in you bringing your claim to a settlement without the necessary medical evidence which will reflect the real value of your case. We will seek to recover the absolute maximum compensation payable to you and act for you independently. Insurers are responsible to their Shareholders and as such, the offer they may propose is likely to be significantly less than your claim is actually worth. If in the unlikely event we fail to get the compensation asked for, you will still pay no fees as you will be covered by our “no win no fee” arrangement.