Sorrymate.com sets record straight on compensation fee shake-up

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Sorrymate.com, the UK's leading specialist in two-wheel accident claims, has guaranteed its clients will continue to receive 100 per cent of any compensation awarded, following a shake-up of insurance rules.

Sorrymate.com, the UK's leading specialist in two-wheel accident claims, has guaranteed its clients will continue to receive 100 per cent of any compensation awarded, following a shake-up of insurance rules.

From April 1, new laws affecting the personal injury claims sector were introduced in Britain. The changes included a reduction in the amount of money solicitors get per claim pursued, along with the opportunity for solicitors to claim up to 25 per cent of the compensation received by the victim of a road traffic accident.

However, despite legislative changes, and the fact solicitors firms are now able to charge clients a success fee equivalent to a quarter of the compensation received, Sorrymate.com has insisted it will continue to pass on 100 per cent of any compensation to victims of motorbike and cycle accidents.

The company has urged anyone who has suffered an accident while on their bike or motorcycle to ensure they don't accept anything less.

Fergus Dalgarno, the founder and owner of Sorrymate.com, said: "Your damages are your damages, it is as simple as that! Because we're bikers first and solicitors second, we understand what it is like to be in your position. Like you, we do not believe anyone else should get your compensation and that's the way it will stay.

"Over the coming months, and maybe longer, there will be many articles written about compensation claims and what everyone should and should not do. The fact remains that everyone has the right to choose their own solicitor, and here at Sorrymate we are bikers, we are solicitors, we are independent and we guarantee you 100 per cent of the compensation you are entitled to. It is that simple."

Sorrymate.com helps victims of bike crashes and accidents throughout the UK to get the bike accident claims they are entitled to. Anyone interested in discovering more about how changes to the law could affect their claim can contact Sorrymate.com now on 01925 643 688 or by emailing enquiry(at)sorrymate(dot)com.

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