Motorcycling is known to be exciting and exhilarating. However, it can also be extremely dangerous.

Being involved in a motorcycle accident can have a major impact on your life. Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable on the road to injury when an accident happens.

A common misconception is that motorcyclists are at fault for a large proportion of accidents they are involved in. Statistically, a significant portion of accidents are actually caused by car drivers who simply didn’t see a motorbike coming – particularly at a junction.

If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, our expert lawyers can help you to establish the circumstances of your accident, and focus on securing a settlement which reflects the impact the injury has had on your life.

Apart from the short-term injuries sustained, there can be ongoing physical, psychological or physiological consequences which can cause longer-term problems. It is important to ensure that you obtain expert advice from a motorbike or cycle injury lawyer to claim the maximum compensation.

At Mendelsons, our Personal Injury specialists have a wealth of experience in pursuing motorcycle accident compensation claims. This ranges from accidents where injuries were relatively trivial to those claims involving more serious injuries or even fatal accidents.

We can provide practical support to help you get back on the road at the earliest opportunity.

Our priority is to quickly establish the facts of your case and secure the best medical evidence to support your claim as efficiently as possible. Your claim will be given the priority it requires, allowing you to concentrate on your recovery.






Many people have painstakingly saved up for their pension so they will have what to live off in their twilight years. Recently it has come to light that many pension schemes and financial advisers have mis-sold pension investments whether due to negligence  or otherwise. If you have been mis-sold an investment or pension,

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