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All our highly trained Solicitors and Barristers ride motorcycles. We provide professional legal advice, finely tuned with biking expertise - We Ride, We Know
In collisions car drivers are generally at fault with the main cause of the accident being simply that the motorcyclist was not seen
Less specialist solicitors will often advise to accept greater responsibility than they should or even that there is no case at all
We will act on a no win, no fee basis, even if your case has been rejected by other solicitors
all White Dalton lawyers are motorcyclists, so they know the risks faced by motorcyclists on the road
There is much to be said for trying to resolve matters 'between yourselves'. The costs of pursuing matters through the Courts or even getting lawyers involved may well wipe out or even exceed the sum you’re arguing over.
When dealing with the seller, keep a cool head and a civil tongue. Make a note of everything which is said and take the name and role of anybody you speak to in relation to the problem. Don’t make unreasonable demands… have a read here first of what you may be entitled to, but don’t be fobbed off either. If you’re unsure, ask for responses to your complaints to be put in writing.
Be realistic in what you are trying to achieve. If you are made an offer, consider it carefully. You may not get anything more by going to Court.
If you were bought the faulty product as a present, you may have to ask the person who bought you it to complain for you, or at least authorise you in writing to complain on his or her behalf. Only the actual buyer of the goods has the right to complain.
Request a callback from one of our team or text BIKER to 80800
Well handled. Stephen
w/c 24 May 2013
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