Motorcycle Accident Solicitors in Liverpool

In many cases after impact, it will be necessary for the victim to go to a hospital to have some extensive checks to ensure the injuries are treated appropriately. At the very least, it will be necessary for the victim to take some time off work to recover from the shock of the accident. This is when a motorcycle accident compensation claim becomes a necessity. Taking time off work will mean loss of income. If compensation is not received, then this will have a detrimental effect on budgeting into the future. There will also be the extra expenses of staying at home including the ever-increasing power costs of running the heating for your home while you are convalescing.

Once you have been treated for your injuries, you should call our Motorcycle Accident Solicitors in Liverpool at Lamb Legal to discuss your claim with one of our experienced personal injury solicitors. If you are incapacitated, we can arrange a free national home visit at your convenience. As long as the injury was not your fault and happened within the last three years, then you have nothing to worry about. We will however have to access witness accounts and health reports before the motorcycle accident compensation claim can be put through.

There is no need to worry as we have thousands of successful claims like yours to our credit and we never offer false hope by putting in claims that we are not sure to win. The bonus to you is our service will not cost you anything as you are covered by our ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement. On top of that, once the motorcycle accident compensation claim package has been processed, we guarantee that we will never advise you to accept an offer which is less than the maximum possible compensation payable to you for your injuries and financial losses following the accident taking place.

We are aware of the increase in some highly inappropriate and unethical tactics being adopted by insurance companies. An insurer may seek to settle your claim with you directly by offering a figure which can only be described as being plucked from the air. No insurer, or indeed lawyer is able to properly assess your claim without obtaining independent medical evidence.

As such, we are aware of a number of accident victims being grossly undercompensated for their injuries after accepting the offer from the insurer shortly after the accident. Insurers have a responsibility to their shareholders to keep the outlay of a claim to a minimum, which is why many people are being significantly undercompensated for their claim with no redress after acceptance. We would strongly urge any of our readers to obtain honest and independent advice from a reputable firm of solicitors such as our own. We act solely for the victims of negligence as opposed to others who may profit or save money from your claim.