If you are injured in a motorbike accident you are only going to be able to bring a successful claim for compensation or damages and injuries if you can show that the accident was not your fault, and that it was the fault fully or partly of someone else. This is where GLP motorcycle solicitors focus their attention.
At the same time our lawyers at GLP recognise that compensation is important, but we also use established procedures and protocols to secure early access to a variety of forms of Rehabilitation, both physical and vocational. Severe physical injuries are often inevitable following a motorbike or motorcycle accident and GLP motorcycle solicitors strive to get you back on the road to recovery at the earliest opportunity.
If the party guilty of causing the accident can be identified we at GLP set about investigating the claim immediately. Expert evidence can often play a crucial part in this early investigation.
If the guilty party can not be found GLP Solicitors can still try to obtain compensation under a government backed scheme run by the Motor Insurers Bureau.
Responsibility will usually be established when another driver or party has been driving in a negligent manner. In some cases the Highway Authority might be to blame if there is something wrong with the road.
GLP motorbike solicitors have a long established track record in helping the victims of motorcycle accident claims. We understand the dynamics of motorcycling and we know exactly what to look for in a case to give every chance of success.
The lawyers at GLP are used to working with the Biker family. We know and understand the things that are important to motor bike enthusiasts. If a biker is involved in an accident we know what it takes to help you to try to put your life back together.
GLP motorcycle solicitors are able to offer genuine “no win, no fee” arrangements. Our objective is for you to allow us to get on with your claim without worries, knowing that we at GLP are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome in the quickest possible time, and if it is at all feasible, helping you to get back on your bike.