Road traffic accident claims
Cycling accident claims solicitors
On Britain's busy roads, cyclists are incredibly vulnerable. Not only can drivers often fail to leave room or pay sufficient attention, potholes pose an ever-increasing risk of injury. So if you have been injured while cycling, you may be entitled to make a cycling accident compensation claim.
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What are the most common causes of cycling accidents?
There are many causes of cycling accidents which Slater and Gordon's cycling experts deal with on a regular basis. The most common we deal with include:
- Road traffic collisions
- Defective equipment
- Potholes and road defects
- Car door collisions
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) figures indicate that some 18,500 cyclists are injured in road traffic accidents every year. While many of these are never reported, some lead to serious injuries and even fatalities.
Where you've been injured in a cycling accident as a result of someone else's negligence, you may have the right to compensation. Even if no one else is involved and you have been injured by a dangerous pothole or other road defect; if we could get you the compensation you deserve.
How long does a cycling accident compensation claim take?
There's no hard and fast rule here, as every case depends on the seriousness of your injuries and whether or not a third party accepts liability.
Can cyclists claim compensation for a cycling accident?
You can claim compensation for any injuries you sustain if you’re injured in a cycling collision where someone else was either fully or partially to blame for the accident.
Additionally, you can also claim for any damages to your bicycle or property as part of your injury claim.
How much compensation can I claim for a cycling accident?
Naturally, this depends on . You should also bear in mind that you may be able to claim for the cost of damage to your bike or other equipment, as well as additional travel expenses and loss of earnings.
What are Cycling UK Incident claims?
, 'The Cyclist' Champions'. We are proud to have represented Cycling UK members since 2002. In 2018 alone, Slater and Gordon provided personal injury advice to almost 1000 Cycling UK members and have settled a total of £4.3 million in compensation.
Cycling UK members are automatically enrolled onto our Legal Advice Scheme, which is totally free to Cycling UK members, regardless of whether you win or lose your case.
No win no fee cycling accident compensation claims
Personal injury cases arising from cycling accidents are conducted on a basis which means if your case isn't successful, you don't need to pay anything. This means there is no financial risk to you when making a claim for compensation.
If you're a Cycling UK member, you will have access to Slater and Gordon's Cycling UK Incident Line which offers a number of benefits to Cycling UK members. This includes a guarantee that Slater and Gordon will not charge you anything if you win your case, meaning that you'll keep 100% of your compensation.
Contact our cycling accident solicitors
Slater and Gordon will provide a sympathetic, professional and honest approach to people who come to us with cycling accident injuries.
We handle more cycle accident claims than most other UK law firms and have many years' experience dealing with cycling accident claims caused by other motorists, potholes, buses, animals, faulty equipment and road defects.
What do other cyclists say about Slater and Gordon? - Watch Ian's story.
Watch Ian's video to see how we helped him recover both physically and financially when an unsuspecting driver pulled out causing a collision. Ian was left with life-changing injuries.
Really helpful and always on the other side of the phone if needed. Quick and easy service. Ashley
Everything is moving along quickly and smoothly. Good professional service I'm glad I chose slater and gordon Kenny Jackson
Excellent communication, in constant contact with the latest info regarding your case. David