Bike broker BeMoto chooses Minster Law for personal injury claims services


Minster Law has entered into a new, six-year partnership with motorcycle insurance broker BeMoto, to provide personal injury claims services to its growing UK customer base.

BeMoto has grown rapidly since it was founded in 2015 and now services more than 30,000 motorbike policies, with a five-year plan in place to grow its book further still.

As its personal injury claims partner, Minster Law, a personal injury law firm that already typically settles 4,000 cases every month, believes it can directly support BeMoto’s ambitious growth plans.

Shirley Woolham, chief executive officer at Minster Law, said: “This is a partnership that brings together two organisations that are steeped in experience of the biking market. We’re delighted to be working with and supporting BeMoto as they embark on the next phase of their growth agenda.”

“Our partnership model in bike has proved to be the ideal means for brokers to get the very best in claims expertise for their biking customers, and by leveraging our assets and expertise we can directly support BeMoto’s ambitious growth plans.”

The partnership follows Minster Law’s recent announcement of a five-year deal extension with fellow bike broker Principal Insurance.

Woolham said that Minster Law intends to continue investing in its specialist bike proposition with a view to further increasing its own market share: “We currently serve around a third of the UK bike market and can see significant opportunity in this and the wider mobility market. We are keen to identify more specialist brokers where we can leverage our significant assets and vast experience to support their growth.”

Mathew Long, managing director of BeMoto, said: “In our first five years we have established a strong and trusted brand, independently owned and run by bikers, that treats other riders fairly and understand the needs of our community.”

“As BeMoto rides full throttle into our ambitious next phase of growth, we have sought a partner that can not only match our customer centric approach, but also deliver a high-quality claims service when our clients need us most.”

“With Minster Law, we envisage much more than a simple transactional relationship and I am confident our new partnership will give us a better chance of successfully meeting our long-term growth plans.”


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