The key about evidence is to get the best evidence you can from the scene of the motorcycle accident.

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Over the years, since I first specialised in 1993 in motorcycle accident personal injury claims, I have seen good claims struggle because of lack of evidence gathered from the scene.

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It’s always the little things that make a big difference, but often it takes someone else to point it out. Had my bike died a death beyond saving when it mysteriously conked out last weekend in my garage? No, a

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May 17, 2010


It was my turn for another road trip in the Great White Whale over the weekend for the BMF Show in Peterborough.

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Lots of updates to see on my site – pics, points table and results sheets. I’m working hard on my bike and my fitness too. Yesterday I spent a few hours going over the bike, checking everything and preparing for

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I have come off my bike because of a pothole in the road that is about 1.5″ deep. I have contacted the Council but they have said that they’re not liable. Is there anything that I can do?

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I was riding in a 60mph zone with two mates, probably doing a bit over 60, when an old git pulls out of a side road. I hit the front of the car and have been left with damage to

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I was riding with a mate, both of us were on hyper sports bikes, and we gained on a Nissan Skyline.

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I fancied getting my motorcycle licence and paid £420 to a local motorcycle school for direct access. I spent one day in the compound with cones etc, and returned on another day for continuation training.

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May 7, 2010


Paul Henry, Managing Partner here at White Dalton, joins Andrew Dalton as members of the elite Law Society Personal Injury Panel.

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