Without motorcycle accidents, there will be no such claim. Statistics show that…
The number of motorcycle accidents keeps rising each year. Some of the primary reasons/excuses given for these accidents are rider’s negligence, poor road conditions, bad weather, and some other unavoidable circumstances. Motorcycle accidents are quite different from an automobile accident; automobiles have fender bender that protects the driver from accidents. But motorcycles have no fender bender, which makes them more prone to accident. This means that whenever a motorcycle is involved in an accident, the rider will have sustained some type of injury that needs to be attended to.
So, you’ve taken all the required tests for a full motorcycle licence, kept up on training, know the rules of the road, and even have proper riding gear, but the near-unthinkable still happens: you’re involved in a crash with your bike.
What would the world look like if nobody on the road had accidents, or at least did their part consciously to greatly reduce them? There would be fewer accident claims, of course, and the solicitors put in charge of handling personal injury cases would have to find another area of law to work in.