Motorcycle accident claims specialist Sorrymate.com will again be roaring into Birmingham’s NEC for the annual Motorcycle Live show, and repeating a competition it first staged last year which attracted hundreds of entries.
A daily prize will be offered to the person who wins the company’s ‘Guess the mileage on the rear tyre’ competition, with the winner each day going forward to a grand draw for a top prize of a weekend away at the British Superbikes round of their choice for the 2012 season.
Meet the Sorrymate.com team on Stand G451 at Motorcycle Live, where you can find out about how this specialist firm of solicitors – and keen bikers – helps many motorcyclists every year who are involved in accidents which were not their fault.
“We’re really looking forward to being back at Motorcycle Live, and promise that, along with the exciting arena shows and other attractions, we can offer people who come to see us sound advice should they ever need to make a motorbike accident claim,” said Sorrymate.com’s Paul Dutton.
“Even when they’re on their way to the NEC, some of those who attend may well experience someone pulling out of a junction or changing lanes in front of them, knowing that it could easily result in an accident,” he added.
“So while they’re here, they can come and talk to us about their experiences, and find out how we can help them in the event of them needing to make an accident claim.”
Sorrymate.com wants to make sure that every biker knows about their right to appoint a solicitor of their choice to represent them, with specialist knowledge of bikers’ needs. So the company will be giving away its valuable ‘smidsy’ cards, explaining this, which means that, should they need to make a claim, their case won’t be sold on to just any other company, but will be handled by experts.
Collect your free ‘smidsy’ card on stand G451 at Motorcycle Live telling you how you could save money, and at the same time get your name entered into the free draw to win tickets to one of the biggest get-togethers in the British biking calendar. It’s just another great reason not to miss the biggest bike show of the year.