Claim for personal injury compensation following your motorbike accident
Need a professional personal injury claims service to secure compensation for your motorbike accident?
Looking for a motorbike personal injury specialist specialising in No Win No Fee claims?
Look no further – Aim Accident Management – are motorbike accident claim specialists. We can put you in touch with one of our personal injury solicitors with a successful track record of achieving fast and successful compensation outcomes for clients who have suffered injury due to a motorbike accident or collision.
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Aim Accident Management
Motorbike Accident Compensation Specialists
Sadly motorbike accidents are routine and motorcyclists can experience serious injuries in the event of a Road Traffic Accident (RTA). Around 600 motorbike accidents end in fatalities for bikers every year on UK roads with around 7,000 serious motorbike injuries. It’s an alarming statistic and one that is rising. As a biker you are 40 times more likely to be killed than a car driver or passenger; and because of the exposed nature of riding a motorbike, even with today’s superior safety helmets and clothing motorbike riders and pillion passengers do suffer horrendous injuries, often due to the fault of other road users who commonly fail to see motorcyclists, especially at junctions or during lane changes.
As well as collisions motorbike riders and pillion passengers can be thrown from their bikes into serious danger, get crashed into or crushed by other vehicles, resulting in very serious fractures, internal injuries, severe cuts, brain injuries, etc. The list is horrific and endless.
The resulting pain and suffering, loss of earnings, medical treatments and other expenses can lead to substantial motorbike accident compensation payouts.
If you are a motorcyclist or have experienced an accident involving a motorbike in the last three years and it was not your fault you could be eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim, and under one of our No Win No Fee agreements it will not cost you anything.
Dependent on the severity of your motorbike injury you could be looking at a considerable sum.
Motorbike Injuries Explained
Types of Bike Injury Resulting In Accident Claims
Department of Transport research has repeatedly shown that there seems to be a problem involving other road users’ perception of motorcyclists, particularly at junctions.
Motorbike accidents often seem to involve older motorists with relatively high levels of driving experience who nonetheless seem to have problems detecting approaching motorcycles.
These ‘look but failed to see’ accidents make up a high proportion of motorbike injures. In multiple vehicle accidents, Department of Transport research shows the driver of the other vehicle violated the motorcyclist’s right of way and caused the accident in two thirds of such accidents.
Some of the most common types of motorbike accident injuries include head injuries which can be severe. Whiplash injuries similar to car accidents, due to sudden impact and the motorcyclist’s head being thrown back are also a common feature of motorbike accident claims.
The list of serious injuries affecting motorcyclists during vehicle accident collisions or being thrown from their bike due to obstacles or poor road conditions is a long one.
Aim has a successful history of delivering compensation following motorbike accident claims, for all types of motorbike accidents including:
- Motorbike Collisions with Objects
- Motorbike Accidents Involving Pedestrians
- Bike Accidents Due to Road Conditions
- Accidents and Injuries Involving Other Vehicles
- Scooter Compensation Claims
- Pillion Rider Motorbike Accident Claims
- On or Off Road Bike Accidents
- Moped Accident Claims
- Adventure Sport Bike Accidents
- Sport/Touring Motorbike Accident Claims
- Mini Bike Accident Claims
- Fatal Motorbike Injury Claims
No matter what the situation if you have suffered a motorbike related injury in the last three years as a result of the negligence of others and would like to make a compensation claim we can help.
Why not fill out our online claims form?