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Can a English solicitor bring a claim for somebody who lives in Northern Ireland against a French driver, for an accident in France?

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I was involved in a nasty motorcycle accident. A car failed to give way, pulled out in front of me and I sustained serious fractures to both of my wrists.

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I was involved in a no-fault accident in France. The Insurance company transported my six-month-old bike back to the UK, then scrapped it and offered me a settlement figure for it.

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I was riding a local green lane that is a byway open to all traffic (there are signs at each end confirming it) as two horses came down it towards me. I stopped and killed the engine but, rather than

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I recently saw a video on social media of a scooterist riding along a pavement, and I was told that the rider wasn’t prosecuted. Is It ever actually legal to ride on the pavement? There must be some grey areas.

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I was hit by a car that made a U-turn as I was attempting to pass it in a slow-moving queue of traffic. So far, so easy – but I’m being told that I am equally to blame for this

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I was riding along a four-lane stretch of motorway, two-up in the second lane, when I was smacked in the fairing by a chunk of tyre. To my right I could see a Ford Focus grinding along the central reservation.

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I fell off my bike at about 50mph when a car in the opposite lane turned right in front of my bike. We did not make contact, but I grabbed a handful of non-ABS brake, my front end washed out

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I was riding with a friend along a wide and well-maintained country B-road. My friend was leading on his on his KTM 1190 Adventure, and I was following on my Suzuki GSX-R1000.

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I was riding with a group of friends, all of whom are better at taking corners than I am. I was in the middle of a group of five. the lead rider is very quick, but waits for me and

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