Motorcycle accident claims group Sorrymate.com is set to return to the Motorcycle Live event this year, with an industry stand available for the duration of the show at the Birmingham NEC.
Motorcycle Live is an annual event that has taken place since 1981 and continues to draw in thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts every year. The show is set to run from 19-27 November 2011 and has something for everyone. You will be able to see some death defying motorcycle stunts performed by trained professionals at the Ramp’d Up show and get some hands on training at the Get On area if you are just taking up motorcycling or returning to it after a long while. Those interested in purchasing new bikes can try before they buy in the Test Ride Zone, and anyone wanting to have a go at off-road motorcycling can sign up for a Yamaha or Suzuki Off Road Experience.
The Sorrymate.com team will be available at the company’s exhibition stand in hall four during Motorcycle Live to answer any questions about motorbike accident claims.
Paul Dutton at Sorrymate.com said: “Motorcycle Live is going to be an amazing event, one of the best in 2011 for motorcycle enthusiasts in fact. While everyone is having a good time though, we just want to be there to lend a helping hand to anyone who has ever been involved in a bike crash accident claim with an unobservant car driver, which is still a huge problem on the UK’s roads.
“You can guarantee that many of the motorcyclists coming to Motorcycle Live will have had some experience of a car driver pulling out of a junction or changing lanes without looking, and all too often that can result in an accident. We want to help them with their accident claims, because we know how difficult it can be out on the roads – a lot of us at Sorrymate.com are motorcyclists ourselves.”
Sorrymate.com also represents motorcyclists involved in no collision accidents – crashes caused by diesel spills or pot holes- as well as industrial accidents in the workplace. To find out more about the services offered, go to the official website now.