No Win No Fee Motorbike accident claims.
Along with pedestrians, cyclists, and those on horseback, motorcyclists are classed as vulnerable road users.
If you are a motorcyclist, and have sustained a personal injury as a result of the negligence of another road user, MG Legal specialise in motorbike accident claims, on a No Win No Fee basis, with no financial risk to you. Contact us today, for a no nonsense chat about how we can help you.
What does it mean to be involved in a road traffic accident while stationary?
Whether you are stopped at traffic lights, waiting to turn at a junction, or simply parked up at the side of the highway, road traffic accidents can occur at any time. Drivers can fail to focus on the road ahead properly, and can even fail to see an upcoming stationary vehicle. This is particularly the case for motorcyclists, as they are much smaller and more discreet on the roads than, say, a large car or a van.
Being hit by another vehicle while stationary can be particularly traumatic, as for many drivers and motorcyclists alike it can catch them completely off-guard. It can also be even more frustrating to many victims than being involved in a standard collision, as it has happened to them at a time when they believe that they were doing nothing wrong, and were not even in motion at the time.
When a vehicle is stationary and is not moving, the injuries obtained by any impact can be worse for the driver and passenger than if the car or motorcycle had been moving at the time of the collision, as the stationary vehicle will absorb the entirity of the impact. Over the years, our expert team of personal injury solicitors have represented, and won compensation on behalf of, numeorus motorcyclists who have been hit while stationary and have obtained injuries as a result of the road traffic accident.
How do I make a personal injury claim for a road traffic accident that occured while I was stationary?
Making a personal injury claim for a motorcycle road traffic accident that has occured while the rider was stationary can be confusing. it is not always easy to tell who