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This article was published on November 18th, 2019
Do you know what to do if you’re the first on the scene of a motorcycle accident? This bike smart quiz will test your knowledge and educate you as to what steps you should take if you come across an injured motorcyclist.
Whether you are a motorcyclist yourself or you are another road user, ensuring you know what to do in the event of an emergency could potentially save a life.
Our aim as a firm is to ensure the safety of all motorcyclists, no matter their ability level. We work with leading charities including Brake and IAM Roadsmart in order to try and educate those who ride a motorcycle, helping them bike smart and enjoy riding a motorcycle without compromising their safety.
Take our Bike Smart quiz below and share with your friends to see how they do.
If you have been involved in a motorcycle and are considering pursuing a compensation claim, it’s essential you are represented by a legal professional that has experience within the sector.
Our specialist motorcycle solicitors have a wealth of experience as well as a passion for riding motorcycles.
We have seen first-hand just how damaging a motorcycle accident can be both mentally and physically, which is why our team ensure you get the support and rehabilitation you need as soon as possible following your accident.
We also ensure that our clients receive the treatment they need and have a support network to help with their recovery, even when the claim has been settled.
The period following an accident can also be difficult financially, which is why we offer a free initial consultation.
During this consultation, our specialist legal team will assess the viability of your claim and advise you on the steps you should take next.
To speak to a member of our team, please call 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form by clicking here.
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