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Motorcycle Accident Claims

Motor bike riders and the passengers travel without the protection of a metal case, airbags, seat belts and the other safety equipment that keep other motorists safe. Compared to other drivers, motorcycle riders are 37 times more likely to lose their life and 9 times more likely to be injured in a crash.

Motor cycling accidents, like accidents involving pedestrians and pedal cyclists often cause the most distressing accidents that The Claims Partnership have to handle.

At The Claims Partnership, we are aware that the psychological aspect of a motorcycle accident victim’s injuries are also very important. We routinely arranged for our motorcycle accidents client’s to be examined by a consultant Psychiatrist to investigate this aspect of their injuries and to claim compensation for it.

Common Causes of Motorbike Accidents

  • Speeding. Speed is a factor in the majority of motor bike accidents. Regardless, both low and high speeds can cause accidents and serious injuries for motorcyclists.
  • High motorbike speeds. At a high speed, the front end of the bike sometimes becomes unstable and starts to shake or wobble. This increases the chances of an accident, along with reducing the amount of reaction time.
  • Slow driving. Slow driving by both motorbikes and other motor vehicles sometimes allows a gap to develop in the flow of traffic and increases the likelihood of a vehicle attempting a dangerous overtaking manoeuvre.
  • Motorists not seeing the motorbike. Motorbikes are smaller and less visible. Many car drivers claim that they never saw the motor bike before a collision.
  • Objects in the road. This can cause a motor bike to swerve to avoid a crash, or alternatively hitting the object can seriously injure or kill the motorcyclist.
  • Mechanical issues. A defect in a motorbike’s manufacture, repair or design can cause an accident. In these cases, a Product Liability claim against the manufacturer or repairer is often recommended by The Claims Partnership.
  • Alcohol use. Alcohol is cited as a factor in 50% of all motorbike related deaths.

How can we help?

At The Claims Partnership, we are dedicated to working in your best interests and to providing a great value and high quality motorcycle accident claims service. We treat our clients with integrity and fight their corner. We feel confident enough in our skills and experience to say that if it is legally possible to win your motorbike accident claim – then we will win it for you.

Our Partnership Promise on Costs

At The Claims Partnership, we have three simple rules which apply to our Personal Injury Claims services. They also apply to all the other services we offer.

  1. We never charge our client anything until the day they receive their compensation payment.
  2. We guarantee that all our clients will receive a minimum percentage of the compensation they are awarded.
  3. We will agree that minimum percentage with our clients before we start work on their claim.

For our Personal Injury Claims service, we guarantee that all our clients will receive a minimum of 70% of the compensation we negotiate for them.

We can also help you with any medical or Rehabilitation needs that you have. Please see our Rehabilitation page.

Motorbike Accident Statistics

  • In the USA, in 2008, 25% of the motorbikes involved in fatal crashes collided with a fixed object.
  • Almost 50% of all motorbike fatalities involve another motor vehicle, usually a car.
  • 75% of Motor Vehicle on Motor Vehicle accidents involve motorbikes being hit on the front, by the other vehicle.
  • Motorcyclists are the most vulnerable road users in the UK, accounting for over 20% of all road deaths in 2015.

Contact Us

If you would like to discuss your motorcycle accident claim or how we can help you, please contact us by phone on 01772 562084, by e mail at or by any of the Quick Contact Forms on this page. We don’t charge. We are never in a rush and we’re happy to help you as much as we can.

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