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Thorneycroft Solicitors has a team of specialist cycling accident compensation claims solicitors within the Personal Injury team. Our solicitors provide specialist advice on all compensation cases on a no win – no fee basis. For more details on our specialist website for cyclists click here.
Cycling accidents and injuries are increasing in the UK and these unfortunate accidents can vary in their cause and severity. A bike accident can leave you injured and your bicycle in serious need of repair. At Thorneycroft, our cycling accident claims solicitors pride themselves on a sympathetic, professional and honest approach to all the clients who come to them with their cycling accident claims and the main aim is to get them back on the road as quickly and as painlessly as possible.
At Thorneycroft our cycling claim solicitors have seen a sharp rise in the amount of cyclists involved in accidents and collisions in recent years, with the number of pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in Great Britain increasing by 21% from 2008 to 2018.
Government statistics also show that 17,550 cyclists were injured in a reported cycling accident, including 99 fatalities and 4,106 potentially life-changing serious injuries.
In The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) most recent it was revealed that almost 75% of the cycling accidents that happen in the UK are in urban areas where roads are much busier and therefore more dangerous and that 80% of cycling accidents last year happened in daylight hours.
It is also estimated that 75% of cyclists involved in a cycling accident will suffer major head trauma.
You can view ROSPA’s full cycling accident report by clicking here.
Cycling is quickly increasing in popularity in the UK. It’s a relatively fast, environmentally friendly way to travel around and it saves money on fuel at a time when petrol prices continue to rise.
Throughout the UK, local governments and councils are working hard to make cycling safe and improve cycle infrastructure in their regions. They are encouraging people to cycle to work or for recreational reasons, as a way of keeping fit, reducing pollution and easing congestion.
With an increasing number of two and four-wheeled vehicles on our roads each year, the risks are obvious. Our specialist cycling claims solicitors keep abreast of all the latest developments within the cycling community and can provide specialist knowledge on all cycling safety requirements.
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.
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