Slater and Gordon Lawyers have secured £44 million in compensation for Cycling UK Members injured in cycling accidents since 2002. For expert legal advice or immediate representation anywhere in the UK, call 0844 736 8452 or contact us online.

On these pages Cycling UK Members can find details of the Cycling UK Incident Line and details on what they should do after a cycling accident. Not a Cycling UK member? Please click here.

Full details of the services and the terms and conditions that apply for members are available in our terms and conditions.

Personal Injury Claims with Slater and Gordon

Slater and Gordon Lawyers provide support to Cycling UK members throughout the UK. Offices in London, Manchester, Watford, Liverpool, Chester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Preston, Wakefield and Wrexham allows us to offer high quality services to more members nationwide than other law practices can.

We have a specialist cycling accident injury team, many of whom are cyclists themselves, so we fully understand the issues that cyclists face.

Cycling UK Incident Line has the highest reputation for handling injury compensation cases, and our latest satisfaction survey carried out amongst Cycling UK members showed that 100% of members are satisfied with the service they receive. We have helped thousands of Cycling UK members to get back on the road.

Call the Cycling UK Incident Line about:

  • Personal injury claims for members
  • Personal injury claims for non-members
  • Injury caused by road traffic incidents and poor road conditions, such as potholes
  • Injuries whilst commuting, off road cycling or even on holiday overseas.

See Cycling UK Incident Line for more information or call anytime on 0844 736 8452

Slater and Gordon Lawyers are Proud to Sponsor the:

Cycling UK Road Justice Campaign Sponsors

Road casualties can and should be prevented, yet the justice system is failing to ensure safety on our roads by not taking road crime seriously. The Road Justice campaign’s aim is to make the roads safer by making the justice system take a tougher approach to bad driving. For complete details please visit Road Justice or to support the campaign by petitioning the Police click here.