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This article was published on March 22nd, 2019
Introducing our brand new app – Motorcycle Assist specially designed for motorcyclists.
As a motorcyclist, there’s nothing quite like the feeling you get when you ride your motorcycle. The connection between rider and motorbike is an experience that is unparalleled if a road user drives another type of vehicle.
However, when a motorcyclist is involved in a motorcycle accident, it can be one of the most traumatic experiences they may ever have, and it can change their life and the lives of their loved ones forever.
There are currently more than 1.3 million registered motorcycles on UK roads and with each passing year, this figure grows.
Whilst motorcyclists form approximately 1 per cent of all road traffic in the UK, they also account for 20 per cent of all fatal and serious injury crash victims.
As a Macclesfield based firm, we have one of the UK’s most dangerous roads for motorcyclists, The Cat and Fiddle, right on our doorstep and we have seen first hand just how catastrophic a motorcycle accident can be for our clients and their loved ones.
As our team also share a passion for motorcycles, we believe it is our duty to provide motorcyclists across England and Wales with a way to protect their interests in the wake of a motorcycle accident, by affording them the means to start their personal injury claim easily and as soon as possible following their accident.
We have harnessed the expertise we have built up by handling motorcycle injury claims over a number of years in order to launch our brand new app.
You can start your personal injury claim within seconds of your accident with our app – Motorcycle Assist.
We know that time is of the essence in the aftermath of a motorcycle accident, that’s why we’ve ensured there’s no need to register to use our app, simply download the app and it’ll be there ready to use when you need it most.
Once you begin your claim our specialist motorcycle solicitors will be with you every step of the way, ensuring both you and your loved ones get the support and treatment you may need following your accident.
Ensure you’re prepared for any type of motorcycle accident by installing Motorcycle Assist today.
Download our app now by scanning the QR code using your camera app.
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