Redress acts for bikers who have been injured on the roads as a result of another's fault.
Motorcycle riders are much more vulnerable and accidents that can result in debilitating personal injuries and even death.
Whatever the type of motorcycle accident - or injury - you are legally entitled to claim No Win No Fee compensation if somebody else caused it.
Bikers can claim for accidents caused by defects in the road surface such as road damage, mud, oil, or other spillages on the road. In such cases a may be made against the party responsible for the spillage (e.g. haulage contractor) or the local authority responsible for maintaining the road.
Redress specialist have helped hundreds of people make successful motorcycle accident claims. From minor cuts and bruising to accidents of a catastrophic nature, we will ensure you receive the maximum amount of motorcycle accident compensation.
It can be difficult for motorcyclists to claim for compensation.
That’s why you need the expertise of Redress our skilled motorcycle accident lawyers have helped thousands of bikers claim the compensation they deserve.
1. Damages include compensation for the injury itself, including the pain and suffering caused by the motorcycle accident.
2. Expenses and loss of earnings, mileage costs, cost of medical treatment, personal possessions damaged in the accident, such as leathers and crash helmet, and the excess on a motorcycle insurance policy.
3. Future losses - losses and expenses that you will incur in the future as a consequence of your motorcycle accident - including any loss of future earnings and the cost of any on-going medical care that may be needed if you have suffered more serious personal injuries.
2. Report the any injury to your doctor because it could become more serious. You should do this even if your personal injury seems minor. If you subsequently go to court to get compensation for the injury, the doctor will be asked to provide a medical report.
3. Gather evidence about the accident and injuries. For example, it may be useful to take photographs of the scene of an accident and of what caused the injury. You should also, if possible, write an account of the incident while details are still fresh in your mind. If there are witnesses, you should make a note of their names and addresses.
4. Contact your insurers and report the accident.
5. Contact Redress specialist motorcycle personal injury solicitors we also handle motorcycle accidents abroad . Contact us as soon as possible after the accident.