Thursday, April 25, 2024


Leading motorcycle accident management specialist McAMS has opened a new state-of-the art HQ facility in Burscough, Lancashire.

To celebrate the launch, guests in attendance included McAMS Yamaha British Superbike Championship competitors Tarran Mackenzie and Jason O’Halloran, with team owner Steve Rodgers. 2021 BSB champion Mackenzie insisted on attending despite recent surgery, after a serious femur fracture at the Oulton Park Bennetts BSB round.

These purpose-built 30,000 sq ft premises have individual and shared workspaces, alongside staff parking, vehicle fleet storage, a reception area and meeting spaces, all designed to support operational efficiencies across the business. From this base, the company operates DAMS, McAMS and CAMS (specialist vehicle, motorcycle and cycling divisions) under a Direct Accident Management parent.

McAMS operations director James Slater said: “It’s essential that we have the facilities to deliver the best possible service that we can, while creating a productive and practical working environment for our people. We’re incredibly pleased with our new head office and are excited to officially welcome in this new chapter.”

DAMS chief executive Ian Jenkins added: “This is a significant milestone in the history of the business, which marked its 25-year anniversary last year. In that time, we have supported thousands of clients, helping them to move forward in their lives following a road accident that wasn’t their fault. This move demonstrates just how far the business has come and is an opportunity to reflect on the achievements, while looking ahead to the future.”


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