Motorcyclists are statistically more likely to be involved in a road accident
Bikers are one of the most vulnerable groups on the roads, so it stands to reason that they are involved in a higher rate of accidents. According to the RSA, you are three times more likely to be involved in a road traffic collision if you are on a motorbike. One of the most important things to do when you are involved in an accident is to get in touch with your solicitor straight away. At Rogers Solicitors, we can usually tell within one hour if you have a valid case.
One of the most common causes of an accident is when a motorbike tries to overtake a vehicle that is turning right. This means that the biker crashes straight into the car. Another main cause is when a motorcycle tries to overtake a vehicle and collides with oncoming traffic. Many accidents happen when a biker tries to take a corner and loses control. Where there is oncoming traffic, this can mean that the rider crashes right into them. The final most common motorbike accident is when a vehicle is turning onto a junction, does not see the bike and collides.
Whatever the reason for your accident, it is always worth seeing if you have a valid claim. Call Rogers Solicitors today to find out.
While we are here in the event of a motorbike accident, we always feel that prevention is better than cure! There are many things you can do to keep safe on Irish roads and decrease the risk of an accident.
Get professional advice from a specialist motorbike solicitor. We can usually tell within an hour if you have a valid claim.
How to get in touch.
Are you a motorcyclist that has been injured in a road traffic accident? We invite you to get in touch with Rogers Solicitors today to discuss your legal options.
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If you have been injured in a motorbike accident you may be entitled to seek a motorbike accident claim*. Schedule a consultation with Rogers Solicitors today.
Motorcycle Accident Claims FAQ
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