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As owners of both road and mountain bikes, our team fully understand the dangers that their fellow cyclists face each time they ride and that a cycling accident can happen without warning.
We understand that cyclists are some of the most vulnerable road users in the UK and a collision with a vehicle, an accident involving a pothole or any other type of cycling accident can leave a cyclist with potentially life-changing injuries.
As no-win-no-fee cycling accident claims specialists, we can ensure you receive the support you may need following your cycling accident as well as the compensation you deserve, including remuneration for lost earnings, damage to your bicycle and your cycling equipment as well as any medical costs you may incur as a result of your injuries.
Thousands of people are getting back the money they have lost through being involved in a cycling accident each year and you could join them if you contact us today. If a cycling accident has left you injured, unable to work and it wasn’t your fault then there is a very good chance that you will be able to make a cycling compensation claim.
Don’t worry if you are unsure if your case qualifies or not, our cycling claim solicitors are happy to offer you a free, no-obligation assessment and will provide you the very best legal advice for your individual case.
If you have been injured in a cycling accident and it wasn’t your fault, we can help you make a claim so that you receive the full cycling accident compensation you deserve.
We offer a free initial interview in order to review your specific circumstances and assess the viability of your personal injury claim.
To speak to one of our specialist team call us now on FREEPHONE 0800 1979 345, or complete our simple enquiry form and we can call you back at a time to suit you.
With offices located in the heart of Cheshire and the Peak District, we are surrounded by some of the best cycling routes in the UK and as a team, we are passionate cyclists ourselves, however, we have seen first-hand the devastation that can be caused if someone is involved in a serious cycling accident. If you have been seriously injured as a result of someone else’s negligence whilst riding your bike our team will not only help you secure the compensation you deserve, but we work alongside leading charities to secure the best rehabilitative care that can help improve your chances of recovery in addition to providing support for you and your loved ones, no matter how you sustained your injuries.
If you have recently suffered a cycling injury and you don’t feel it was your fault you could be entitled to cycling injury compensation. If you are thinking about making a claim you are in the right place.
Claim compensation for cycling accidents where you have broken or injured your collar bone. The Collar Bone (Clavicle) is the bone which joins the shoulder bone (Scapula) to the breast bone (Sternum) and is one of the most common bones broken in a cycling accident.
Shoulder fractures (Clavicle) are the most common type of injury suffered by Cyclists. Caused by an impact injury (fall or blow to the shoulder) there may be a total or partial break to the Clavicle (Collar Bone) or the neck of the Humerus (Upper Arm).
Typically caused by a blow to the skull which temporarily disturbs functioning within the brain. Wearing a helmet could significantly reduce the likelihood of suffering from concussion.
We have huge experience in dealing with all manner of fractures, from simple fractures which heal without surgery to more complex compound fractures which require surgical intervention.
Back injuries and serious spinal injuries are common amongst cyclists. However severe your back injury, we will ensure that you have early access to appropriate rehabilitation and support.
If you have had a cycling accident, there is a good chance that you suffered facial or dental injuries. Unfortunately these types of injuries are all to common, however the good news is that if the accident wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to compensation.
Whilst most commonly seen following car accidents, it is not unusual for such injuries to be sustained in cycling and bicycle accidents. Thorneycroft Solicitors will ensure you obtain appropriate Physiotherapy treatment /rehabilitation to treat your whiplash injury.
The elbow is a hinge joint that is made up of three bones; the Humerus, which is the upper arm and the paired Radius and the Ulna, which make up the forearm.
This is a medically recognised condition in which characteristic symptoms are displayed following a psychologically distressing event which causes intense fear, helplessness and depression.