Cycling Accident Compensation

Cycling Accident Compensation

Bicycle Accident Lawyers at Claims Direct deal with compensation claims on a No Win No Fee basis.

Claims Direct can provide you with immediate legal representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in England, Scotland & Wales.

You can claim bicycle accident compensation for personal injuries, and damages to your bike if the accident was caused by someone else’s fault or negligence. You can claim compensation for your pain and suffering, lost earnings, expenses, rehabilitation costs, and treatments needed for your recovery.

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How to Claim Compensation for a Cycling Accident

Contact our Lawyers are well versed in dealing with victims of cycling accidents and getting them the compensation. You will need to provide the details about your bicycle accident and the injuries you sustained. We will then review your claim on a No Win No Fee basis. We can also tell you how successful your compensation claim is expected to be.

If your cycling accident caused injuries it's vital that you get the appropriate medical and rehabilitation support as soon as possible. Claims Direct can support you through this process, ensuring you get the treatment you need quickly; while our Bicycle Accident Lawyers work to get you all the compensation you are entitled to.

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Bicycle Accidents Caused by Potholes

If your cycling accident was caused by a pothole in the road you should:

  1. Get the names, phone numbers and addresses of at least two witnesses if possible
  2. Take photos of the accident scene, including the pothole and your personal injuries
  3. See a doctor if you were injured.

Some of our Personal Injury Lawyers ride bikes to work so we understand the everyday dangers that cyclists face, such as motorists and potholes. Pothole injury claims have increased in the last two years as Councils and the Highways Agency struggle to maintain our roads. To report a pothole that needs repairing, please visit Highways Agency pothole reporting and repair.

Bicycle Accident Caused by Vehicles

If you were involved in an accident with a vehicle you must report it to the police. If possible you should:

  1. Never admit that the accident was your fault (because you could actually be wrong)
  2. Get the driver's name, address, vehicle registration number and insurance details
  3. Get the names, phone numbers and addresses of at least two witnesses
  4. Take photos of the accident scene and of all your personal injuries
  5. See a doctor if you were injured
  6. Keep damaged clothing and bike parts; get a written estimate to repair/replace damaged items
  7. Keep a record of expenses and keep the receipts to include these costs in your claim

Don't worry if you don't have these because we will help you when you contact us for a free consultation on freephone {{freephoneNumber}} or start your claim online.

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