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Motorbike accidents are common, in fact many kinds of accidents are common, but that does not mean you are any less entitled to claim compensation. If you are involved in a motor bike accident which was not your fault you can enter into a motorbike accident claim against the negligent third party. Commonly motorbike accidents are caused by a driver not observing the road properly. 

With a wave of adverts calling for ‘check, check and check again’ at junction one would have expected this error to be on the decline. 

However, we are all aware of this issue, here at Freeman Harris more than most. With two of our legal team being motorcyclists themselves we are well aware of the risks of being a motorcyclist on the UK’s road and specifically on London’s roads.

 

Our Legal Team

Choy Chan

With over 10 years experience in dealing with personal injury claims, I am well versed in assisting you with your claim. I have worked on a range of cases with varying complexities and needs. 

John Holtom

John is an expert in dealing with complex personal injury claims and has a history of settling high value cases for clients who have suffered serious injuries.

With over 10 years’ experience in personal injury law I am well placed to head up our specialist department in this field. I have worked for both insurance companies and on private cases.

Simon Simon is a senior litigator who has worked on a range of claims throughout his career representing a variety of clients.
Frankie Frankie has been working in the personal injury department for over 5 years and has worked on a variety of claims which includes complex injury claims.
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Common Personal Injury Questions

What can you make a claim for?

Your motorbike accident claim compensation amount will take into account financial losses such as medical bills and loss of earnings as well as assessing a compensation amount on the basis of your psychological and physical injuries following the motorbike accident.

How long will the personal Injury claim take?

All cases are different, and the more complicated the matter, the longer it takes to settle a claim.

Generally, a road traffic accident claim can take between 4 to 9 months, while accident at work  claims can take 6 to 9 months.

Medical negligence are more complicated so the claims can 12 to 36 months, if not more.

Once you discuss the matter with us, we will inform you about the length of your matter.

Do you work on a 'no win, no fee' basis for a personal injury claim?

Yes, we offer a 'no win, no fee' personal injury service.

How do I choose a personal injury solicitor?

In choosing a Personal Injury Solicitors, you do not need to choose a firm close to where you live, and it is always best to search for a firm that is established within a field of personal injury you are looking for. The firm should  be active for many years as making a claim for personal injury is specialist area of law and your case would be best served by a firm well versed in the rules and procedure governing personal injury matter – You should also look out for client reviews and testimonials, ideally from an independent source, as this would give you insight into the level of service provided.

How much of the claim do you keep?

When deciding to begin your claim with us, you will be given a copy of the Conditional Fee Agreement to read and sign. As you will notice, our fees will never be more than 25% of the total compensation.

Additionally, you will be asked to purchase ATE (After the Event Insurance), which will cover your legal fees if your case goes to trial.

What is an interim payment?

An interim payment is an advance payment payed by the defendant to the claimant, which will be deducted from the total compensation. You can receive an interim payment before your claim has been settled when it is needed urgently.

How do I prove I was injured? Will I have to attend a medical appointment?

There are numerous ways to prove that you have suffered injuries from a road traffic accident. Firstly, your solicitor will request your medical records, which can show that you have visited your GP after the accident to seek medical assistance. Similarly, hospital records can show that your injuries required urgent medical care.
Additionally, your solicitor will arrange an appointment with a medical expert who will assess your injuries and draft a medical report. The findings of this report will be essential to show the extend and severity of your injuries.

Can I claim against an uninsured or untraced driver?

It is possible to claim against an uninsured or untraced driver via the MIB or Motor Insurers’ Bureau. After the claim has been submitted, the MIB will investigate the circumstances of your accident and if they decide that you were not at fault you will receive compensation. Those funds are raised from insured drivers’ contributions.

Can I receive help with treatment costs?

Any necessary treatment, such as physiotherapy, will be arranged by us and discussed with the defendant’s insurers who will cover the costs, as long as the price for the service offered is reasonable.

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