Scooter accident claims often arise because the accident has been caused by high speeds or because of other vehicles. Scooter accidents are not always the fault of the rider and there may be scope to make a claim if you have been injured because of a third party.
Scooter accidents can often lead to serious injuries because, like motorcycles, there is no protection like a windscreen or metal bonnet like most other vehicles.
If you have experienced an injury which has rendered you unable to work or enjoy your life in the same way as you did prior to the accident then it is worth considering whether or not to begin a scooter accident claim.
Can I Claim For A Scooter Accident?
If you ride a scooter then you are protected by law, like all other road users. This duty of care is shared by local authorities and other road users including pedestrians.
If you have been unable to work because of the accident it is possible to pursue a loss of earnings within your claim. Other expenses you have paid out in relation to your scooter accident, for example, the purchase of a wheelchair, can also be recovered.
Making Your Scooter Accident Claim With Motorcycle Injury Lawyers
If you have been injured in a scooter accident then you may be able to claim if you can prove the accident was the fault of a third party.
Please call our specialist motorbike personal injury team today on 0800 808 9733.