Accidents that involve motorbikes do often lead to fatalities, that leave the motorcyclists dependants left behind. In these cases the dependants of the victim need to make the claim for compensation and deal with us rather than the rider themselves.
Sorrymate.com have handled many cases such as these and aim to make the process as smooth as possible taking into account the loss and trauma you will be suffering.
No win, no fee service
Sympathetic and practical legal advice
One to one meetings
Solicitors experienced in fatality cases
Personalised case management
Assistance with probate through our Wills and Probate team
What should you do if your loved one has been involved in an accident?
Get in touch with us and our solicitors will guide you through the process. We have both male and female solicitors who are all bikers, so if you would feel more comfortable talking to a man or a woman, that’s no problem, just ask. We will take initial details and take it at your pace. Moving the case on to the next stage as you feel you are ready to deal with it.
Our solicitors are all parents, partners, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, friends and fellow bikers and will show the upmost sympathy with your situation.
We’ll explain everything clearly and deal with as much as we are able to directly, leaving you with the time and space to deal with the terrible loss you have suffered.
We can deal with practicalities such as coroner enquiries, any claim you may have for bereavement damages, funeral expenses and a dependency award for those left behind.
All of our team are legally qualified ranging from Solicitors to Legal Executives, and all are also bikers. Some of our team are also APIL members https://www.apil.org.uk/ which helps to ensure that we are all up to date with leading case law on personal injury and compensation awards.
There are support organisations that work with those bereaved by motorbike accidents. We can put you in touch with those organisations and also arrange counselling for you to assist you with your own recovery.