Cycling Accident Claim
Cycling Accident Claim

What Can I Claim For After A Cycling Accident?

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The Judicial College guidelines on the amount of compensation you can claim can vary substantially depending on the severity of your injury.

For example, a wrist injury can be valued between £2,300 and £39,300 – so the skill and experience of our solicitors in negotiating the best settlement ensures you receive the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.

Equally important is claiming the correct amount of special damages, both already incurred and what you may incur in the future. As long as such costs are related to your accident, you could claim for;

  • Loss of income due to the time you and your family took off work if they needed to take care of you
  • Cost for repairs or the replacement of your bike and equipment
  • Cost of any medical services required, such as physiotherapy, rehabilitation, or counselling
  • Costs of adaptations at home and change of vehicle if required
  • In some instances, we can provide an interim payment to cover costs you have incurred because of the injury.

For very serious injuries, we also recover compensation to cover additional costs from your accident, including; loss of future earnings, a lifetime of care and treatment, help with chores, medication, state-of-the-art prosthetic limbs and custom-built accommodation.

We take pride in securing the maximum possible compensation for you with a successful track record in recovering millions of pounds over the last 25 years.

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

Yes, you can. Our legal services are offered on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning you are not at any financial risk if your claim is unsuccessful.

Like every firm, we will deduct a fee if your claim is successful. However, we offer reduced fees depending on the specifics of the accident and will never deduct any fees from the compensation you’ll receive for your bike or equipment.

Because of these two significant differences, the compensation payout you receive from us could be thousands of pounds more than with another firm.

Is There A Time Limit To Claim Compensation For A Cycling Accident?

You will have up to three years from the date of the accident or the date you discovered your injuries to make a claim.

We recommend that you start your claim as soon after your accident as possible, as it makes it easier to gather evidence and speak with potential witnesses while events are still fresh in everyone’s mind.

You can claim on behalf of a child any time before their 18th birthday or up to three years after their 18th birthday.

There is no specific time limit for claiming on behalf of someone who does not have the mental capacity to make their own claim.

If your loved one has sadly passed away, you have three years from the date of passing or from receiving their post mortem results to start your claim.

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See Why You’ll Claim More With Us

We are happy to negotiate our fees

Unlike many firms, which will take 25% of the total amount of compensation, based on the specifics of your accident, we are happy to discuss our fees.

We won’t deduct any fees from the compensation you’ll receive for your bike and equipment

Apart from making sure your bicycle and equipment aren’t undervalued, we will never take any fees from the compensation recovered. 100% of your compensation can go towards getting a replacement.

We won’t deduct any fees from the compensation you’ll receive for your loss of earnings or other expenses

Likewise, we don’t think it’s right that firms deduct from this part of the compensation, so we don’t. Combined with our approach to all of our fees, you could claim significantly more with us.

We can arrange for an interim payment

In many cases, we can secure part of your compensation in advance to help with the expenses you have incurred, help you replace the loss of earnings and help to cover medical costs or essential bills.



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