Motorcycle Accidents – Bike Repairs
Almost all motorcycles involved in road accidents go through repairs. Some may need minor repairs, and some may need major repairs. when the cost to repair the vehicle is higher than the actual cash value of the vehicle. A motorbike may, however, become an ‘economic total loss. In any situation, most of the motorcycles on the road are insured and accidental expenses would be covered by the insurance company of the driver at fault. However, there are some useful steps that one might need to know in order to have the best services in town.
What Happens When I Need Bike to be Repaired or Total Loss?
SHC Accident Helpline Ltd. will reach out to you on your first call. Our motorcycle claim specialist will make necessary arrangements to collect any needed details from you and to take care of the whole of your claim including the damaged motorcycle.
We have trusted and verified repairer partners on board with us and we will get an evaluation of expenses from one of these trusted repairers.
The necessary legal proceedings will be shared with you through the most feasible mode of communication as we really do not want you to go to the repair shop with all your personal injuries.
The evaluation from the repairer would clarify if the bike falls under repair and maintenance, or does it have to be written off due to the irreversible amount of damage done to critical parts.
Our trusted and verified repairers would fix any repairs and will be using guaranteed genuine parts in case of replacements. During the period of repairs, SHC Accident Helpline Ltd. will arrange a replacement motorcycle from a wide range of vehicles from or own fleet, on credit hire if you need one.
You would be entitled to cash in lieu of compensation of the current motorcycle’s market value if your motorcycle is declared a total loss.
All you need to do is to call our 24/7 emergency Helpline on 0330 999 0 111 to speak with our Motorcycle Accident Specialist Team. Our expert team is able to take care of the entire procedure of your accident claim.