Motorbike Accident Claim* Legal Advice
If you have been involved in a motorbike accident you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.
In cases where you have suffered a serious injury, you will be taken to the hospital directly by ambulance.
Even if the injury you have a sustained seems quite minor, it is still important to visit your local medical facility as soon as possible. Even minor injuries can lead to serious complications if not attended to by a medical professional.
Shock after an accident can have a numbing effect, making it seem as though injuries aren’t as serious as they actually are.
In cases, where the motorbike accident is serious, the Gardai will appear on the scene to assess the accident, take statements from the individuals involved, and take statements from any witnesses.
After a Motorbike Accident, you should Report the Accident to the Gardai.
Even if the motorbike accident seems fairly minor it is extremely important to report the accident to the Gardai.
Oftentimes – following a minor accident – the Gardai will not visit the scene. Therefore it is important that you gather the appropriate information from the other party involved in the accident.
Once this information is taken you should visit your nearest Gardai Station. You should request that they take the details about the accident and take your statement. This information may be important if you decide to pursue a motorbike accident claim.*
Gather and record all information concerned with the Motorbike accident
Before discussing the motorbike accident with a solicitor, you must have a clear version of the events pieced together.