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Come and see the team from Sorrymate.com at this week's Motorcycle News show in London, and grab your free SMIDSY card







Released on: January 28, 2012, 2:12 am
Author: sorrymate.com
Industry: Automotive

The keen bikers from motorcycle accident claims specialist Sorrymate.com are hitting the road again this week, taking a stand at the big Motorcycle News show at London's ExCeL arena.

"The greatest bike show on earth" will feature the hottest new bikes of 2012, and promises massive savings on all sorts of bike kit and accessories.

But one of the hottest tickets in town will be the dinky SMIDSY cards which the Sorrymate.com people will be handing out, explaining how bikers can take advantage of free legal expenses cover in the event of them having to make an insurance claim for an accident which wasn't their fault.

All keen bikers themselves, the people from Sorrymate.com make up a team of specialist solicitors who every year advise many motorcyclists who have been involved in a non-fault accident.

Paul Dutton from Sorrymate.com explained that the firm has a stand at all the major bike shows across the UK, and over the past year has handed out thousands of SMIDSY– an acronym for "Sorry mate, I didn't see you" – cards detailing the services he and his colleagues offer.

This includes understanding and professional handling of all motorbike accident compensation claims, when a rider has been involved in an accident which isn't their fault.

"We love the excitement of the big shows such as Motorcycle News Live, but we also realise that, away from all the high-revving action, when bikers are out on the road, they encounter risks on the road, day in, day out," said Paul.

"We want them to know that, if they ever need to make a motorcycle accident claim, we offer them free advice to make the process as smooth and hassle-free as possible.

"As bikers ourselves, we get just as much excitement from being at these shows as they do," he added. "But on their way home, or just while they're riding around, they could be the victim of an accident which isn't their fault.

"Besides the physical injuries they might have to deal with, we want to show them that they don't have to worry about getting advice and recompense for the damage to their bikes and any loss of income that might result.

"All they need to do is enlist our help, and we'll make sure they know what help they're entitled to – including the right to appoint a solicitor of their choice to handle their case."

Sorrymate.com's 'smidsy' card holders know that, if they need to make a claim, their case won't be sold on to just any other company, but will be handled by experts.

So grab a bit of this little peace of mind by visiting the Sorrymate.com team on stand N320 at the Motorcycle Live show, taking place from 10am to 5pm on Thursday and Friday, February 2 and 3, and between 9am and 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, February 4 and 5.

About sorrymate.com:
Sorrymate.com deals with all manner of motorcycle accident claims, road traffic accident claims and smidsy claims. If a motorbike accident wasn't your fault, the company will try to ensure you receive 100 per cent compensation without paying a penny. The people behind the company are bikers too, so they understand such situations.

For further information contact Paul Dutton:
Email: marketing@sorrymate.com
Website: http://www.sorrymate.com/
Phone: 0800 6 300 301
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