Motorcycle Accident Isle of Wight

If you have had a motorcycle accident in the Isle of Wight call our Motorcycle Accident Solicitors now for your no cost, confidential consultation with a skilled Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Isle of Wight.

White Dalton Motorbike Solicitors is a firm of specialist Motorcycle Accident Solicitors that deal with Motorcycle accidents nationwide and in Isle of Wight including the towns of East Cowes, Brading, Cowes, Shanklin, Sandown, Ryde, Newport, Ventnor, Yarmouth.

Hertfordshire Motorcycle Accident Solicitors

What should I do if I want to start a motorcycle accident injury claim?

Contact us either on 0800 783 6191, email or we can call you at a time convenient for you. You will spend a couple of minutes with one of our admin team to obtain some basic details and then transferred to one of our Solicitors where they will discuss the events that led up to the accident and any damages to kit, bike and injuries to you. We do this free of any charge.

0800 783 6191 is the only number you need

  • no win, no fee
  • real trial experience at court
  • established specialists in Motorcycle accident claims
  • total Motorcycle experience; we ride, we know
  • all our solicitors ride Motorcycles
  • the best service totally dedicated to bikers
  • qualified solicitors and barristers
  • take over claims from other solicitors
  • approved by the Law Society and the BMF
  • contact us on 0800 783 6191

Don't my motorcycle insurers sort everything out?

Either your motorcycle insurers or the insurers representing the motorist responsible will quite often use pressure tactics to make you use their own appointed solicitors. They will make it seem like you have no choice but to let their solicitors handle your motorcycle accident claim.

This simply isn't the case. You have a legal right to choose a motorcycle accident solicitor. We are a totally indepenent and specialist firm of motorcycle solicitors with years of experience in advising you on what is best for your motorcycle claim and not what is best for the insurance companies.

Call our Isle of Wight Motorcycle Accident Solicitor now for your no cost, confidential consultation with a skilled Motorcycle Accident Solicitor Isle of Wight.

Feedback from our clients

"I am very grateful for the work Andrew has done to resolve this issue" LH

"A+++++++ First Class. Dealt with professionalism, but always with a friendly attitude" LS

"Very pleased on how my case was dealt with. I was kept up-to-date and every part of the case was explained to me. Thank you to Martyn Dey for all his help" DD

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I already have solicitors, but want to change to you, can I do this?

We frequently take over Motorcycle accident claims from existing solicitors where motorcyclists feel that their current solicitor doesn't have their best interest at heart or isn't interested in obtaining the maximum and fair level of compensation for a Motorcycle accident. The process of transferring your claim from one solicitor to another is easy - call us today to discuss your options.

If you transfer your case to White Dalton we will allocate a solicitor to you and they will stay with you throughout your case so you know who to talk to - other law firms may give you three or four different solicitors throughout your case.

We will look at your case in detail, give you a proper valuation and do whatever it takes to get you fair and proper compensation for your Motorcycle accident - some firms of solicitors only want to push your case through as quickly as possible and at whatever cost to your compensation.

Call our Isle of Wight Motorcycle Accident Solicitors now for a free consultation with our experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Isle of Wight.

Isn't it easier just to use the insurer's motorcycle solicitors?

At first glance that may sound like the easiest option - just let them get on with your motorcycle claim. More often than not your insurers solicitors are paying a referral fee for your motorcycle claim, usually hundreds of pounds, to your insurance company.

This may mean that the firm of solicitors dealing with your claim may not have the necessary experience of motorcycle accident claims to properly deal with your motorcycle claim.

We often take over claims from other solicitors who have sometimes let unqualified people deal with a claim and are unable to provide a personal service as their caseload is too high. To ensure these solicitors get paid motorcycle claims are sometimes rushed through - to the detriment of you, the client, and your compensation.

What are some examples of motorcycle accident injury claims?

Although the circumstances aurrounding a motorcycle accident claim can vary widely, typical situations for these motorcycle claims include (but are not limited to):

  • Accidents when filtering, overtaking or undertaking lines of traffic
  • Untraced or uninsured drivers
  • Other vehicles & drivers
  • Defective road surface e.g. potholes
  • Highway spills, e.g. diesel or gravel on the road

What makes White Dalton different from other Motorcycle Solicitors?

All our Motorcycle Accident Solicitors are all bikers and ride, so we know of the ins and outs of motorcycling and have a very unique perspective where other solicitors may not have the real world experience to properly deal with a Motorcycle accident claim.

Don't take our word for it, read through the many testimonials we receive from our clients.

Call our Isle of Wight Motorcycle Accident Solicitors now on 0800 783 6191 for your no cost, private assessment with a fully qualified Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Isle of Wight.

We are a national firm of Motorcycle Accident Solicitors able to start your Motorcycle accident claim in Isle of Wight and the following areas

We'll call you...

Request a callback from one of our team or text BIKER to 80800 and we'll call you

Change to us...

If you are unhappy with your current solicitor, change. Changing is easy and we'll take you through it step-by-step

The rules are simple. How they apply is not. For expert help call us on 0800 783 6191

Accreditation and Regulation

  • The Legal 500
  • Chambers UK
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
  • The Law Society
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
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