Cycling Accident Claims
Cycling is rapidly increasing in popularity in the UK. Its a relatively fast, environmentally friendly way to travel around, and it saves money on fuel at a time when petrol prices continue to rise.
Unfortunately, as more cyclists saddle up and use busy roads, bike related accidents are increasing, many of which are not the fault of the cyclist.
In 2010 it was estimated that around 17,200 people were involved in a cycling accident, with 111 of those killed and over 2000 seriously injured.
What to do if you've have a cycling accident
Having a cycling accident can be a traumatic experience, particularly if you are badly injured. The best thing you can do is collect as much information together about the accident as you can. Specific details are important so note down information such as where and when the accident happened.
If you have the details of anyone else involved in the accident collect them together too. Make sure you also collect any medical notes that you may have received if you were injured, and bills you may have received for repairs to you bike.
Once you are happy that you have as much information about your cycling accident as you can find, contact a cycling accident solicitor such as Claimant Law.
How we can help you claim compensation
Claimant Law are a leading personal injury team that can help you make a cycling compensation claim to get back any money that you may have lost as a direct result of the accident.
If you have fallen victim to a cycling accident in the last three years and you don't feel that it was your fault, then call us today for professional advice and assistance.
Our friendly and experienced team will help you to understand the strength of your claim and assist you with pursuing compensation where appropriate.
We offer all customers a free no-obligtaion assessment and in most cases we will be able to represent you on a no-win-no-fee basis.
Start Free No-obligation Assessment
If you would like to have your cycling accident assessed free of charge, please use the button below to start, or contact us on 0800 089 4444.