Our client was badly injured in a motorcycle accident in Fife, Scotland. With help from our motorcycle accident lawyers, they sucessfully pursued a compensation claim for his injuries and lost income..
Injured motorcyclist came to Digby Brown for help after being told by another law firm that they couldn't take on his personal injury claim.
Graeme Cowan was injured when a driver failed to see him and collided into his bike. “I would definitely advise others who have been in an accident to go to Digby Brown."
Our specialist motorcycle lawyers in Inverness secured over £10,000 more compensation in just 1 month for Mr D’s motorcycle accident claim – including recovering the cost of his bike.
Mr R. was involved in a motorcycle accident in Scotland when a car attempted to turn right, and went directly in front of Mr R.’s path causing a collision and knocking him off his bike.
Digby Brown's motorcycle lawyers helped Mr M after he suffered significant injuries from a motorcycle accident in Scotland, raising a claim against the other driver.
When Rob Stevenson lost control of his bike as a result of his front tyre sliding on a strip of defective overbanding, his bike ended up in pieces and he was lucky to escape with only a broken ankle, wrist and collarbone.
Digby Brown’s personal injury solicitors in Dundee help a 17-year old secure over 11 times the initial compensation offer after he was involved in a serious and life changing motorcycle accident.
Mr R was riding his BMW motorcycle on the A79 at Tams Brig in Ayr when the motorcycle accident happened.
Our client came off his bike on a roundabout near Motherwell. The other driver denied this and the police supported him over the biker.
Christopher Woodward-Clark lost his leg in a motorcycle accident in Ayrshire. Our solicitors were able to guide Christopher through the claim process and help him move on from the accident.
Mr F. was out riding his motorcycle with a group of friends near Dundee when a car driver drove straight across a give-way junction.
Mr Spiers lost control of his motorcycle at a junction because there were two sunken manhole covers which the local council had failed to inspect or repair.