The Craven Collection & Parking Tickets for Bikes

This is another blog for the bikers out there. A couple of Sunday’s ago I had a fantastic ride out to view the Craven Collection but before talking about the Craven Collection the journey to it is worthy of mention. … Continue reading

Claims Culture? What Claims Culture?

Over the many years that I have been a specialist personal injury claims solicitor I have lost track of the number of times I have been asked “are we becoming more like America where the first thought anyone has is … Continue reading

Time Limits for Industrial Disease Claims

Generally in British law there is a three year limitation period that applies to claims for damages for personal injury. This means that if a claim has not been settled or court proceedings commenced by the third anniversary of an … Continue reading

Evidence in Accident Claims

This handy guide discusses the importance of evidence in a road traffic accident claim. Find out how and what evidence you should make sure you collect in the unfortunate event you have an accident. There are two aspects to any … Continue reading

Bikewise 2014

When I got up on the morning of Bikewise 2014, the weather was bad with heavy rain. However, by the time the show opened the rain had cleared, for the most part we had a lovely sunny day which certainly … Continue reading

Car and Bike Claims – Always looking to do more!

Here at DMA Law we are always looking for ways to do more to help our client’s. We currently handle a large number of claims for client’s involved in accidents in cars and on motorcycles. Whilst a personal injury claim … Continue reading

Meet us at BikeWise Durham – 20th July 2014

If you are a regular reader of my blogs you will know that I have a passion for all things motorcycling. It is great to be in a position to be able to help my fellow motorcyclists who have unfortunately … Continue reading

Lorry design changes to help prevent bicycle accidents

Whilst we are all aware of the many benefits of cycling it is an unfortunate fact that cyclists are amongst the most vulnerable users of our roads. Whilst there are many hazards for cyclists from poor road surfaces to other … Continue reading

Close Encounters of the Pheasant kind

This is one for the bikers out there. Last Sunday morning held the promise of a lovely day weather wise so I set off bright and early for a ride up into the wilds of Northumberland. It was indeed a … Continue reading

Bad-Landers Motorcycle Club Armed Forces Day 2014

The Bad – Landers Motorcycle Club have organised the Armed Forces Day at Bents Park in South Shields on Sunday the 22nd of June. The event celebrates the work of our armed forces but is also a fun day for … Continue reading