Andrew Dalton

Do I have to pay for a hire bike I didn't even want?

Do I have to pay for a hire bike I didn’t even want?

19 May 2022

I was knocked off my bike at a roundabout, whilst stationary in the summer of 2019.

What the 'new' Highway Code means to us...

What the ‘new’ Highway Code means to us…

31 Mar 2022

People have worked themselves up into a state of self-righteous fury about the new rights accorded to, in particular cyclists. The changes also incorporate we motorcyclists, pedestrians, and equestrians. So, do they make a difference?

Mud Slide

Mud Slide

17 Mar 2022

What legal recourse do you have if you injure yourself, or damage your bike, after sliding on mud left in the road?

My Irish cousin used my bike. Police say he had no insurance. What can I do?

My Irish cousin used my bike. Police say he had no insurance. What can I do?

10 Mar 2022

I lent my spare bike – a tough old Fazer 1000 winter hack – to my cousin who came over from Ireland in May.

Wrong side of the track (day)

Wrong side of the track (day)

24 Feb 2022

As a starting point every track day provider will ask any rider to complete a form which will set out how they would like you not to crash. But if you do, it is on you.

Can I put my bike in a van or on a trailer and travel to France?

Can I put my bike in a van or on a trailer and travel to France?

17 Feb 2022

I am planning on taking my bike into France later this year – it’s a street-legal trackday bike.

Question: all the gear all the time?

Question: all the gear all the time?

10 Feb 2022

Among other things summer riding triggers the annual debate between the All The Gear All The Time (ATGATT) advocates and riders taken by a more relaxed approach, who will moderate their riding to account for the reduction in their kit.

Ifs and Buts

Ifs and Buts

03 Feb 2022

Legal cases are seldom straightforward and outcomes can be hard to predict, especially when there’s an injury involved.

The Perils of Countryside Riding

The Perils of Countryside Riding

28 Jan 2022

Riding on country lanes requires a whole different set of skills, and offers different dangers for obvious reasons…

What Police really do at an accident

What Police really do at an accident

20 Jan 2022

If you find yourself pinned under your motorcycle or involuntarily parted from it, the emergency services will promptly arrive.

Brexit and reasons not to crash in EU

Brexit and reasons not to crash in EU

13 Jan 2022

It is safe to say Brexit hasn’t been the Armageddon some pessimistic commentators anticipated, at least so far as travel to the EU by motorcycle is concemed. Yet there’s one very large change in the law which needs addressing before we flock to Dover. And it is this…

Buying bike gear from EU countries

Buying bike gear from EU countries

06 Jan 2022

Does Brexit mean the days of buying discounted motorcycle gear from EU countries is over?

You wait for a bus...

You wait for a bus…

30 Dec 2021

I was riding my supermoto along a Cornish single-lane road which had high hedges on both sides. I am Cornish, and I know how the roads work.

Follow the leader

Follow the leader

23 Dec 2021

If you ride outside of your limits, don’t be so quick to blame others for crashing.

The farm trailer I hit had illegal tyres - can I claim?

The farm trailer I hit had illegal tyres – can I claim?

09 Dec 2021

I was riding my old dual-sport bike along a narrow single-track road. Ahead of me was a farmer on a quad towing a big livestock trailer.

Cycle of Life

Cycle of Life

02 Dec 2021

On a relatively straight stretch of road I could see a small pack of cyclists cycling two abreast.

Can I claim from a central fund instead of my own insurance?

Can I claim from a central fund instead of my own insurance?

11 Nov 2021

I was riding along a busy road in North Devon. Just as all the campers and caravanners were heading to the seaside.

The Blame Game

The Blame Game

28 Oct 2021

We all make mistakes. Sometimes the right and decent thing is to hold your hands up and accept that you were to blame.

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Professional, exemplary, without fault, excellent. Clare Franklin is a great asset to the company. Clear, concise helpful informed.

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We Ride, We Know...

White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors are Britain’s most specialist motorbike accident compensation claims solicitors, dealing with all legal aspects of motorcycle accident compensation claims.

Every one of our motorbike solicitors rides and we have total motorbike experience. We have years of experience in successfully gaining compensation for motorcyclists injured on the road.