Bicycle accident claims
Each year over 22,000 bicycle riders suffer injury on UK roads including serious injuries, a large percentage of these suffer from head injuries. If you have been injured through no fault of your own then you have every right to claim compensation for injuries, damage to your bike, potential loss of earnings and other consequential losses.
Shires Law solicitors are specialists in bicycle accident claims and have many years of experience securing maximum compensation for our clients. We operate on a No Win No Fee basis, you will not be out of pocket whether you win or lose.
Bicycle accidents pose a wide variety of potential injuries, some of the most common include:
- Traumatic Head Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
Bicycle accidents can also lead to you being off work or suffering financial loss (the value of your bike), we ensure that we take everything into account whilst working to make sure you get the compensation you deserve for your car accident.
If your accident is not mentioned here it does not mean you do not qualify for compensation, our motorcycle accident lawyers can help you to decide whether you have a valid claim.
HOW MUCH COULD YOU CLAIM?
Claim awards are largely dependent on the circumstance and severity of the injury. As a guide, severe injuries, such as severe head injuries (seriously disabled) can be potentially worth £265,000 compensation. For less severe injuries such as a ankle fracture you could be entitled up to £9,000 compensation.
LENGTH OF CLAIM
The length of a claim is again widely dependent on the situation and the injury, although rest assured that our car accident lawyers will deal with your case in the most time efficient manner. Claims for less severe injuries can typically be resolved within a few months, whereas a more severe injury could potentially take up to a few years.
HOW DO YOU MAKE A CLAIM?
We can help with your claim; our advisors are on hand to talk to you by calling 0800 285 266 or via our Live Chat facility.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOUR CLAIM
If you have been involved in a car crash, it is important to get as much information as possible. This will assist your claim and help your insurance company obtain the best outcome at a later date.
Useful information to collect (if possible)
- Time and date
- Contact details of drivers, passengers, witnesses
- Vehicle details (name, make, model, colour, registration number)
- Insurance details of other person
- The weather, light conditions
- The collar number of the attending police officer
- Identify the damage to the vehicles
- Identify any injuries sustained