Enquire for Free, No Obligation

0800 0747 644

Start Your Claim

Pillion Passenger Accident Claims

If you suffer injuries as a pillion passenger, you may be entitled to financial compensation. This is intended to help you cover medical fees and bills incurred during a period spent out of work.

The team of specialist motorcycle accident lawyers at Grieves Solicitors will be happy to provide legal advice and guidance during a no obligation, initial consultation, helping you decide whether you have a valid claim for compensation.

For more information, or to make initial enquiries, call Grieves Solicitors on 0800 0747 644 or complete the contact form and we will be in touch.

Making a Claim

We regularly help the victims of pillion passenger accidents to claim the compensation they deserve for their injuries. Therefore, we realise that cases of this kind come complete with a unique set of concerns:

Claiming against a friend: If your friend was driving the motorcycle at the time of the accident and their negligent behaviour caused your injuries, it is possible to make a claim against them. This may sound awkward or unpleasant, but when considering whether or not pursue it is worth remembering that it is the insurance company, not your friend, that will cover the cost of compensation. If you have lost earnings and paid expensive medical bills because of the accident, you are entitled to compensation.

Alternatively, another road user may have been responsible for your accident, in which case a compensation claim will be pursued against the individual responsible.

How Grieves Solicitors can help

At Grieves Solicitors, we take all compensation claims on a 'no win, no fee' basis, meaning all our clients receive 100% of the compensation, and our legal fee is paid by the opposing side's insurer.Contact Grieves Solicitors

We are happy to discuss your case during a no obligation, initial consultation. For more information, call Grieves Solicitors on 0800 0747 644 or complete the contact form and we will get in touch you to discuss your potential claim.