Fatal accidents caused by dangerous driving
Fatal accidents involving a motorbike can leave devastating consequences. Many deaths involving a road accident will result in the other party being charged with either death by careless driving or death by reckless driving. Motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to be killed in a road traffic accident than car occupants.
As experienced compensation solicitors we understand that the compensation is of little consequence immediately following the loss of a loved one as a result of a tragic fatal motorbike accident. Getting to the truth of how the fatal accident occurred and how the motorcyclist died is a priority. Once this has been established then the compensation for the claim becomes an important factor to ease the financial burden and to help the bereaved family to come terms with the sudden and tragic loss. To claim for a motorbike accident compensation claim the solicitors will have to prove “negligence” against the other party concerned.
Motorbike fatal accidents can be complex and very demanding factually and in law so specialist solicitors are required. We have set up a dedicated website to help you understand the complex nature and legal paper-work required to bring an action on behalf of a loved one who. The website will guide you and provide information as to the following:
- Who can claim on behalf of the deceased?
- What is a dependency claim?
- Who investigates the motorbike accident claim?
- What is a Coroner?
All this information and more can be obtained by going to our fatal accident claims website.
If one of your family members or friends has passed away as a result of reckless or careless driving, please contact our fatal road traffic accident solicitors for independent expert advice. Our dedicated claims website provides more information or you can call or email us to discuss your specific situation.
As fatal injury solicitors, we are here to help support the family throughout this trying time. We will deal with all aspect of the compensation claim and of course, get to the truth of what happened.