Serious injury compensation with the Major Trauma Group

BBRF has joined forces with Major Trauma Group, a UK-wide network of legal and rehabilitation experts, to provide legal support and assistance for bikers and the families of bikers who have been involved in a road traffic collision or accident.

Comprising eight nationwide law firms and almost 50 UK offices, Major Trauma Group solicitors are experts in compensation claims for motorbike accidents or collisions. As solicitors experienced in cases involving complex injuries, Major Trauma group ensure early rehabilitation is a priority to get the best possible outcome for their clients.

Through the connection, BBRF and Major Trauma Group hope to be able to provide charitable assistance and legal support for injured bikers and their families throughout the UK.



Why Major Trauma Group should be your first call

Just as your insurers are experienced in what they do, we’re the experienced experts at dealing with serious injury compensation claims and ensuring access to all important rehabilitation as soon as possible.

We understand your passion and want you to experience being back in the saddle again as soon as you can, be it on a new bike, an adapted vehicle or some other way.

By contacting Major Trauma Group as soon as possible after the incident, you can ensure you have the best chance at getting the best possible rehabilitation outcome as well as the best chance of compensation and the best chance of getting you back on your bike and out on the roads again.

We are on your side, and we are your first call and first step to getting back to what you love.

If you or a loved one has been injured, contact Major Trauma Group on 0330 311 2578 or view their page for legal support for a compensation claim for motorcyclists.


Case study - John's multiple serious injuries after coming off his motorbike

As a result of an accident, John (names have been changed for privacy reasons) sustained multiple serious injuries, referred to as polytrauma. These injuries together, come within the definition of major trauma.

In particular, he sustained a closed head injury (from being knocked unconscious) defined as a mild traumatic brain injury. This resulted in post-traumatic amnesia for 2–3 weeks, post-concussion syndrome and neuropsychological difficulties including:

  • forgetfulness,
  • reduced ability to reason and make decisions,
  • rigidity of thinking,
  • difficulty with numbers,
  • reduced attention and concentration,
  • frustration and anger.


In addition to the head injury, John also suffered a fractured eye socket resulting in associated vision difficulties, a fractured nose, a knee injury requiring three arthroscopies with a likelihood of developing post-traumatic arthritis and requiring a knee replacement in the future, a shoulder injury, rib fractures and a soft tissue back injury.

All of these injuries together had and will continue to have an impact on John’s life.


A compensation claim for the injuries helps support his future

Major Trauma Group member firm, Enable Law were asked to act for John to pursue a claim for damages. This action will compensate him for the injuries sustained as well as fund the support he needs now and going forward.

Due to the significance of John’s injuries, Enable Law sought to put in place provisions to assist with his rehabilitation. This involved utilising the support of a case manager to support him in the things he now found challenging. As he was unable to return to work in his pre-accident capacity, support included vocational rehabilitation as well as physical therapy which will provide him with physiotherapy and the cost for a gym membership with personal trainer.


Access to early rehabilitation is vital

It is crucial in major trauma cases that a person gets access to rehabilitation and support as soon as possible to enable them to make the best recovery and learn how to manage their injuries.

How the Major Trauma Group can help

The types of injuries sustained in motorcycle collisions or accidents tend to be significant and often complex with multiple breaks or trauma. With their vast experience of working for clients who have suffered serious injuries, Major Trauma Group have solicitors throughout England, Scotland and Wales who know what it takes to be successful with a compensation claim following a motorcycle incident.

Supported by one of the UK’s leading rehabilitation specialists, their emphasis is on early rehabilitation as they know that is key to getting the best outcome for their clients.

To have a free, no-obligation chat with Major Trauma Group about the possibility of a compensation claim contact them through:

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