Motorbike Accident Compensation Claims

Motorbike Accident Compensation Claims

“Sorry mate, I didn’t see you.”

The words you are likely to hear after an accident involving a motorcycle.

Motorcyclists can often be categorised as rebels with scant regard for the law, travelling at excessive speeds with no consideration for other road users. However, the realities are completely different, with statistics confirming that in 2/3 of collisions between cars and motorbikes, car drivers are at fault.

Claims National help thousands of people every year claim compensation following a motorbike accident. Call our 24 Hour Accident Support Line NOW on 0844 854 5090.

Did you know you can also make a motorcycle accident claim if your accident was related to one of these common causes?
  • A defective road surface
  • A spillage on the road
  • Filtering through traffic
  • Speeding
  • Undertaking
  • Untraced Or Uninsured Driver

We will work hard to ensure you receive 100% compensation without paying a penny in legal fees. As well as claiming compensation for your injuries and repairs, we may also be able to claim for loss of earnings, any medical treatment required and any damage caused to your helmet, clothing or personal possessions.

If you have been involved in a motorbike accident and found not to be at fault then call our Claims Helpline NOW on 0808 168 5385.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

The figures displayed are for guidance, for more assistance please call on: 0808 168 5385

24 hr Claims Helpline 0808 168 5385

A defective road surface is a common cause of motorbike accidents. Defective road surfaces can include bumps and cracks in the road, potholes in the road etc. which put the council at fault for your accident. A defective road surface shows the negligence of the community’s council, and therefore if you have experienced a motorbike accident due to this circumstance, you may be entitled to claim for compensation.

A spillage on the road can be a serious matter, which can cause motorbike and other road accidents. Spillages make the surface become dangerous, as your wheels slip and slide across the liquid.

Filtering through traffic is dangerous driving and can easily cause accidents f another vehicle was to move at the same time as you. An accident caused by somebody else carelessly filtering through traffic could enable you to make a claim for compensation.