Fatal motorbike crash in Liverpool

Roadside railings claimed the life of a motorbike rider in Liverpool last week.

The crash happened at around 09:40BST and according to police there were a number of motorbikes travelling down Walton Hall Avenue when it happened.

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The man was pronounced dead at the scene after hits motorbike struck railings at the junction with Queens Drive.

The man was 49-years-old. 

A full investigation into the incident has been launched by Merseyside Police.

Compensation for a motorbike accident

Unfortunately motorbike accidents are relatively common right around the UK and whether it’s a car who simply doesn’t sight a motorcyclist or a problem with the road surfacing, these accidents can lead to substantial injuries to anyone who happens to be involved. The main issue with motorbikes is that in general they do no afford the rider the protection that you would commonly come to expect with a road vehicle and as a result you can often suffer from quite serious injuries if you were to fall from a motorbike.

The road back from a motorbike accident is long and hard and in many cases it involves a great deal of resolve on behalf of the victim. If your injuries were sustained through no fault of your own, however, then you shouldn’t be left footing the bill, and if you do find yourself in this situation then you may look to make a compensation claim to cover any costs that you have incurred. 

How can working with Manners Pimblett help me?

The team at Manners Pimblett are industry experts and have a proven track record when it comes to dealing with this type of personal injury claim. We will work around the clock to ensure that you receive the0 compensation that you are entitled to. 

To find out more about how working with Manners Pimblett can help you, contact the team today on 0845 077 0772.

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