No matter what stage your motorcycle accident compensation claim is at, it’s always possible to change Solicitors – and you don’t need to remain with the Solicitor appointed by your insurance company. Changing Solicitors is a straightforward process as Scott Jones found out.
There are many reasons for considering changing Solicitors, but perhaps the most common is a breakdown in communication. Perhaps they’re not returning your calls or keeping you up to date with developments concerning your case? Or perhaps you feel their lack of knowledge of motorcycling and motorcycles is hampering your case? Or maybe you’re concerned about their level of experience in handling motorcycle accident cases?
If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, it helps to have a highly experienced motorcycle accident lawyer on your side. To ensure you have the best possible legal representation, before appointing a solicitor to represent you, or changing to a new Solicitor, ask a few questions:
- Who will be representing you?
- How much experience do they have of personal injury and, in particular, motorcycle accident cases?
- What experience do they have of riding motorcycles?
- Do they understand motorcycle dynamics and control?
- At Motorcycle Law Scotland, we specialise in representing motorcyclists who have been injured in an accident through no fault of their own.
If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, call Scotland's motorcycle accident lawyer Brenda Mitchell for an immediate, no obligation, free legal consultation on 0333 555 7782