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Cycle accident advice

After being knocked off your bike, we’ll focus on what’s important to you. Cycle Accident Claims will not only ensure you gain the compensation you deserve, we’ll also make sure your injuries, bike and equipment are each given the appropriate and immediate attention to ensure a speedy recovery. We will make sure you’re back on the road as soon as possible.

Cycle law

Cycle law

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It is against the law to cycle on pavements in the UK. It states under the Highway Code Rule 64 that as a cyclist, you must not cycle on the pavement. This is also backed up by law, under the Highway Act 1835, and Roads (Scotland) Act 1984.

Cycle safety

Cycle safety

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Tragically, we understand the potential for life-altering injuries following a cycling accident. Numerous individuals have suffered such injuries due to the absence of a helmet during their cycling mishaps. Among them are both seasoned cyclists and beginners, spanning various age groups and riding environments. Whether navigating a bustling city street or a serene rural pathway, the truth remains: accidents can occur unexpectedly to anyone, regardless of circumstances.

Third Party Insurer

Third Party Insurer

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If you're part of an incident where injury or property damage occurs, and it's believed to be your fault, your insurance coverage might cover legal expenses for defending against a third-party claim and any resulting damages awarded against you.

No win no fee

No win no fee

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Our team of personal injury solicitors have over 26 years of experience successfully settling bicycle accident claims on a no win, no fee basis. We offer free initial, no obligation, legal advice and will be proactive in getting you a quick response from your bicycle accident claim.

Claims process

Claims process

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Our expert team of cycle accident solicitors are on hand to ensure making an accident claim is as smooth as possible. We’ll handle the complex legal process so you don’t have to.