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Our Commitment to Motorcycle Accident Victims

At Motorcycle Law Scotland, we’re committed to doing everything we can to reduce the number of motorcycle accidents on the roads. However, we’re only too aware that, no matter how many motorcycle road safety initiatives we support, accidents will happen.

As keen motorcyclists ourselves, we know first-hand the risks involved in riding a motorcycle and, with over thirty years of experience representing injured motorcyclists and their families in accident compensation claims, we are only too aware that motorcyclists are more vulnerable to serious injury than other road users.

Changing Solicitors

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, it’s vital to seek expert legal advice, preferably from a lawyer with a specialist knowledge of motorcycle accident law. At Motorcycle Law Scotland, we have a "no win, no fee" policy and will begin by arranging a no obligation initial meeting for you. At this meeting in our offices (or, if you are unable to travel as a result of your injuries, at your home or in hospital), we will review your case and advise you on the potential value of any motorbike injury compensation claim for the injuries you or your loved one sustained.

At Motorcycle Law Scotland, we work closely with our clients and backed up by a team of expert witnesses, highly qualified lawyers, Advocates and top accident & emergency, medical and surgical consultants. We aim to ensure your compensation claim results in the best possible outcome for you and your family.

Types of Motorcycle Injuries

Motorcycle Law Scotland can provide you with all the help you need in dealing with your claim for injuries including:

Our Recent Case Studies

Andy Seaton and motorcycle

U-turn causes motorcycle collision

U-turn in stationary traffic causes motorcycle collision because driver fails to look.

VW collides with motorcyclist

An old VW campervan turns towards a layby and collides with an overtaking motorcyclist.

Fighting for Justice

James and his son were thrown off his motorcycle when a car pulled out from a side road as they were overtaking.

Justice prevails for injured motorcyclist

Justice prevails for motorcyclist who is charged for excess speed while car pulls across his path just after the brow of a hill.

What our clients say.

"Excellent and caring service. Very professional but also very friendly and efficient with the client's interests at the forefront of all interactions. Special thanks to Zara and her team."
Dave Naismith
"Incredibly helpful company in a situation where I was otherwise unable to fight my case. Having been injured, and also becoming stressed about the whole thing, they were very reassuring! Could not have done it without them. Knowledgeable team, and very patient with me, which was needed at times. Thank goodness they were brought to my attention."
Carl Siveyer
"I would highly recommend Cycle Law Scotland. My case was handled by Thomas Mitchell who provided advice and updates from the beginning to end. Cycle Law Scotland have access to numerous professionals who can provide expert opinions."
Damien Scott

Latest News

Going back to basics

Motorcycle Law News
May 1, 2024

Marketing Executive Euan goes back to basics as he begins his motorcycle journey.

Douglas Homan

Picking up the pieces after a motorcyclist fatality

Motorcycle Law News
April 2, 2024

With news of yet another motorcyclist fatality on Scotland’s roads, after the tragic shock of such an event, thoughts inevitably turn to the family of that motorcyclist.

Campaign to reduce motorcyclist deaths

Motorcycle Law News
March 18, 2024

Over the five years up to 2022, motorcyclists accounted for 17% of all fatalities but less than 1% of traffic. In 2022, according to Scottish Government figures, 467 motorcyclists were

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