When motorcyclists have accidents, it is often the motorcyclist that is considered blameworthy simply because to the non-riding public the rider often appears to be aggressive, fast and, perhaps to a certain degree, arrogant, which in some cases may actually be quite true.

On this basis, the third-party insurers will often, whatever the circumstances, try and hold the motorcyclist 100% liable for the cause of the crash, simply so they can contest liability and mitigate their losses and, therefore, hopefully reduce the overall costs to their shareholders.

To find out more about how McMillan Williams can help you, call us on 020 3551 8200 or us at bikes@mwsolicitors.co.uk for a free, no obligation consultation.

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