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Unfortunately my bike was involved in accident and has been written off (category N) . I've tried my best to highlight the damage caused in the pictures. The engine runs and only has 905miles on the clock. I bought the bike in September 18plate, brand new. The bike was hit travelling at 26/27mph. I would be looking at trying to sell the bike but am clueless where to start and what I should be asking for it. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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I assume you are OK and not injured?

Where are you located?

If the bike was hit... i.e. the accident was not your fault... then the insurance company of the other person should pay out and then they will own the bike....

If the accident was your fault and you had full insurance.. then your insurance company should pay out and then they own the bike....

Is that fork tube snapped..... never see that before... just bend normally...
 

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Hi

I assume you are OK and not injured?

Where are you located?

If the bike was hit... i.e. the accident was not your fault... then the insurance company of the other person should pay out and then they will own the bike....

If the accident was your fault and you had full insurance.. then your insurance company should pay out and then they own the bike....

Is that fork tube snapped..... never see that before... just bend normally...
Hi Simon

I'm OK thanks apart from a broken leg & arm.

I'm located in Bath

I wasnt at fault however their insurance arnt paying out just yet despite having cctc & 2 witness statements. This is because the 3rd party hasn't given a statement of their events as they cannot remember what happened...

The forks snapped.

Cheers
 

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Then you can not sell it... you need to wait on them and your insurance company... because if they pay out... then they will own it....

Normally if you had comprehensive cover.. your insurance will settle the bike quickly... and reclaim from them..

Also you should be able to claim for Injury and Lost pay (not holidays or if you get paid sick pay) and also any other damaged helmet or gear.


I am in process of my claim from being rear ended on my Multistrada last year.. my insurance paid out on my bike within 2 weeks.. they will recover from other side... but injury and other losses is direct with other insurance... via legal cover.
 

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Welcome to the forum, Napes. Hope you'll soon have compensation without too much hassle, and hope the arm and leg are already on the mend.

Sarah
 

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Then you can not sell it... you need to wait on them and your insurance company... because if they pay out... then they will own it....

Normally if you had comprehensive cover.. your insurance will settle the bike quickly... and reclaim from them..

Also you should be able to claim for Injury and Lost pay (not holidays or if you get paid sick pay) and also any other damaged helmet or gear.


I am in process of my claim from being rear ended on my Multistrada last year.. my insurance paid out on my bike within 2 weeks.. they will recover from other side... but injury and other losses is direct with other insurance... via legal cover.
Thanks for the heads up
I will call my insurance again as they said I was free to do what I like with the bike as its being dealt with separately via a solicitor.

Cheers
 
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