12 Jun 2014
Charlie’s loss can be your gain if you read what to do – and what not to do – if you find yourself on a speeding charge. Top solicitor Andrew Dalton explains all…
12 Feb 2014
I was riding along my local high street when a chihuahua dog (yes, the really small type) called Twinkle jumped out of her owner’s handbag and ran straight out in front of me, causing me to swerve, crash into a massive pile of rubbish outside the local kebab shop and fall off. Not my coolest […]
23 Oct 2013
Honesty is the best policy. I received one of those lovely calls telling me that as a result of my entirely non-existent road traffic accident and my even less real whiplash injury that I was entitled to £3300, and all I needed to do was sign a few pieces of paper and be seen by […]
17 May 2013
When a thief knocks you off your bike, how do you go about getting compensation?
01 Nov 2012
I have been involved in a long running personal injury action — liability is not in dispute. I was heading one way up a street and there was solid traffic backed up in the opposite lane. A car driver decided that he wasn’t going to wait anymore and chucked a u-turn alongside me, causing me […]
06 Apr 2012
Taking a new bike on a test ride? Then you’d best be aware of its massive potential
28 Feb 2011
I’ve had a bike accident, a proper nasty one. My right arm has been amputated, one of my ankles has been fused and I had some pelvis and lower back injuries, which have healed up well enough.
25 Nov 2010
Will getting caught with your knee down result in a visit to court for ‘without due care’
27 May 2010
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.
The key about evidence is to get the best evidence you can from the scene of the motorcycle accident.