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Legal advice: Choose your own solicitor

Chris Dabbs, 09 September 2010 14:30

If you’ve been unlucky enough to be in an accident, but you have got legal cover, it makes life easier to have your legal expenses paid when you claim against the other party. Your insurance company has already got an arrangement with solicitors and may insist that you use them, otherwise they won’t fund the claim. However, you do not ...

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Putting an old bike back on the road

MCN, 12 May 2010 10:00

Many of us have got one of our old bikes lurking at the back of the garage as a project to rebuild. But they have been off the road for so long that they predate Statutory Off Road Notification regulations, so what happens if you rebuild it and put it back on the road? Will the old numberplate still be ...

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Legal advice: It's you versus the Highways Agency

Marc Abbott, 12 January 2010 15:30

"I was travelling home at night on a minor country road. Next thing I knew, I was spinning around like a top as I came around the corner and had to let go of the bike. I haven't injured myself (thankfully) but when I picked the bike up there was mud all over it. I checked the road and there ...

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Legal advice: What to do if the mileage doesn't match the advert

Chris Dabbs, 02 October 2009 18:30

If you’ve just come home with your latest purchase, a used bike from a dealer, and you discover that the mileage isn’t as it was advertised, what can you do about it? Assuming that you no longer want the motorcycle you can return it to the dealer stating that you wish to reject the motorcycle as the mileage is not ...

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Legal advice: placing a deposit on a bike

Chris Dabbs, 11 September 2009 11:00

When you place a deposit to secure a bike that needs to be ordered months ahead and negotiate added incentives like an alarm, a dealer cannot pull out of the deal because the bike has gained in popularity. Your contract was for the bike with an alarm fitted, not one without it. It is irrelevant that the bike has gained ...

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Legal claims: 'No win, no fee' vs 'contingency fee'

Chris Dabbs, 28 August 2009 13:13

If you have to go to Law for an accident claim you may be offered a "no win, no fee" agreement or even a contingency fee agreement, but what's the difference? A Conditional Fee Agreement is what is commonly referred to as a no-win, no-fee agreement. This means that if a claim fails you don't pay your solicitor but if ...

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