Explaining how to get compensation and private medical treatment
after a motorcycle accident
The freedom and exhilaration that motorcycles bring means riders and pillion passengers are among the most vulnerable of all road users. Seat belts, airbags and a whole host of other safety devices that have dramatically reduced the severity of injuries sustained in car accidents aren't standard features on the average two-wheeled machine.
As a result, few riders walk away from a motorbike accident without at least suffering cuts and bruises, and lives are often tragically shattered by more serious injuries. No amount of money can truly compensate you for being involved in a devastating motorcycle crash, but it can make a significant difference and can help you to move on with your life.
Making a compensation claim
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, we can help. Here at BP365 we work with the country's very best and most competent motorcycle and road traffic accident solicitors who can help you make a successful claim for personal injury compensation. They're hugely experienced in their field and are among the best people to help you make a claim.
They're also bike fanatics themselves, and so are in the perfect position to understand what you're going through. They'll explain everything in no-nonsense English and won't use complicated legal jargon. They'll also keep you updated of how your compensation claim is proceeding and will be totally honest and open at all times.
No win, no fee
In addition to offering you an exemplary service, our personal injury solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis. This means that you are completely financially protected from making a claim because, if your case is not successful, our lawyers will claim their fees from the party against whom you're making a claim. It means you won't be lumbered with any costs, any charges or any loans, and it means that making a claim is completely risk-free, no matter what your financial circumstances are.
Private treatment and rehabilitation
If you have been injured in a motorbike accident your first priority is likely to be making as quick a recovery as possible, both physically and mentally. Here at BP365 we can arrange private health care, treatment and rehabilitation services that may not be immediately available through the NHS. This could include physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic therapy or psychotherapy, as well as diagnostic imaging services such as MRI, PET and CT.
We have access to some of the country's leading medical experts and so can ensure that you receive the best possible care and attention, without delay, following a motorcycle accident. The cost of any treatment we arrange will be included as part of your claim. You will not be asked to pay for these treatments up front. Our aim is to focus on getting you better, and securing you the compensation you deserve. We want you to be able to get back onto the road again as quickly as possible and at all times, provide you with a straightforward service that lets you do just that.
Call us today
So if you've found yourself injured as the result of a motorbike accident and wish to make a compensation claim using our expert personal injury solicitors, or if you need some help with treatment and rehabilitation, we're here to give you a hand. We've got years of experience at helping clients with their personal injury claims and we will do all we can to get you back on your bike as soon as possible.
For more information, free legal advice or to make a claim for compensation, just pick up the phone and dial 0800 0925 365 any time of the day or night. We're experts at doing what we do, and we're waiting to help you today.
*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.
* A temporary replacement hire motorcycle or scooter can usually be provided within 24 hours where hire costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. If this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, it may not be possible to provide a replacement bike. Please do still call us though, as we will always do everything we can to help.
* If the leathers you are replacing are old or worn the insurance company may require you to make a contribution towards the cost of the new leathers. This is called betterment value and our experienced legal team will advise you on the reasonableness of any offers.