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Bicycle Accident Claims 

Cyclists are known to be vulnerable road users and are most likely to be involved in accidents more than any other road user that can lead to serious injuries with long lasting consequences. Cyclists who are injured in a non-fault accident may be entitled to make a personal injury claim.

Cyclists who have been involved in an accident are usually involved with motor vehicles such as a Cars, Vans or Motorbikes, but cyclists can also be involved in having accidents by poor road conditions such as potholes. Cyclists who have been involved in a hit and run situation may also be entitled to peruse their personal injury claim.

How To Claim For A Bicycle Accident

In order to make a Bicycle accident claim we will have to go through a free initial assessment of the claim. Once you have spoken to our expert claim advisors, they will let you know if you have a potential claim to make and proceed in making a personal injury claim for you.

 Once you have decided if you would like us to proceed with your personal injury claim, we can than put you through to one of our panel of solicitors who will be more than happy to assist in getting your personal injury claim started.

How Long Do I Have to Claim for A Bicycle Accident?

In making a claim for your accident, you normally have 3 years to make a claim, unless you are representing a minor or a close friend or relative who are not able proceed for themselves.

  • You can claim for a minor under the age of 18 at any time, after which they will have three years to claim

  • Anyone who wishes to claim on behalf of a friend or relative that has not got the mental capacity can do so without any time limit.

  • If you are wanting to claim for a loved one who has passed away due to their accident, you will have 3 years to make the claim or from obtaining their post mortem report.

How Much Can I Claim For A Bicycle Accident?

There is no set amount you can receive from having a Bicycle accident. Your compensation depends on how seriously you have been injured for and what financial implications your accident has caused you. Once all the information has been gathered along with you attending an independent medical assessment only than you can expect a valuation on what you can get for your claim.

Can I Make A No Win No Fee Bicycle Accident Claim?

Our panel of solicitors all work on a financial agreement known as No Win No Fee agreement. If your claim is successful your opponent will pay all legal costs, with the rest taken from the final settlement. If the claim is not successful than you will not be liable to pay anything.

If you have had an accident then contact our friendly team today on 0203 813 9654  or simply fill out our contact form and we will call you back as soon as possible

Call us 0203 813 9654 today and see how we can help you.
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