“Thank you for all the hard work, patience and professionalism you showed when dealing with my claim.”
Our experienced personal Injury team at BL Claims Solicitors have immense experience in dealing with claims for motorcyclists and their pillion passengers. We have vast experience of dealing with claims involving serious head injuries and amputation cases.
Motorcyclists come off worst after an accident in so many ways. Not only are they more likely to suffer injuries, and more serious injuries as a result of an accident, they also have to suffer the prejudices that many people have against them. Drivers and witnesses are more likely to accuse them of speeding or overtaking inappropriately.
BL Claims Solicitors deal with a large number of Road Traffic accidents and our lawyers will advise you initially free of charge. Discuss your accident and advise you if we feel you have a claim for compensation.
For injuries suffered in an accident, take a look at our guide to Personal Injury compensation.
A successful compensation claim has to be based on the accident being someone else's fault and we will investigate your accident thoroughly, press for the maximum compensation and help you through the rehabilitation process to get better.
We can also help and advise you if you have suffered a road traffic accident abroad.
Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their motorcycle accident compensation claims because:
- We are acknowledged leaders in the field
- Our legal team has, collectively, many years experience in winning personal injury compensation claims
- We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
- We act quickly so clients get the financial and physical support they need as quickly as possible
- We are members of industry bodies and panels related to personal injury, which means that BL Claims Solicitors is recognised as being a leader in the legal industry
- You will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset
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Related Knowledge & Resources
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