For a free consultation on how to claim compensation for a cycling accident, call our freephone on 08000 488 884 or request a call back.
If you have suffered an injury in a cycling accident due to somebody else’s fault, we can offer professional, expert advice and help in pursuing a claim.
No Win, No Fee Solicitors
Our solicitors will help you on a ‘no win, no fee‘ basis, which means that there is no financial risk for you in making a claim. We will provide full support during the claim process.
We will seek the maximum compensation possible in the circumstances, in order to adequately reflect your pain and suffering.
We will also recover all your financial losses, including loss of earnings.
Call us today on freephone 08000 488 884 or request a call back.
Home and hospital visits can be arranged for people who cannot attend one of our offices and do not wish to deal with their claim over the phone.
About cycling accidents
The number of cyclists on British roads is continuously growing, and so is sadly the number of accidents involving cyclists. In 2017, there were more than 4,000 fatal or serious casualties, with almost 19,000 injuries suffered altogether.
Unfortunately, as a cyclist you don’t have much chance against a car (or even a motorcycle) in case of any collision. Cyclists are vulnerable road users who can suffer serious injuries if hit by a car.
How to claim compensation for a cycling accident?
First, we need to know some basic details about your accident (such as when, where and how it happened) and the injuries you have suffered. We will also ask you about medical treatment you have already received.
One of our solicitors specialising in cycling accidents will review your case based on the details received from you, in order to assess how successful your claim is likely to be.
If you require further medical treatment and/or rehabilitation, it is vital to contact a solicitor as soon as possible, so that the best possible care (e.g. private surgery or rehabilitation) could be arranged at the earliest opportunity.