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Cyclists are the forgotten minority when it comes to road traffic accidents, but more often than not, they come off worse than motorists.

Statistics show that fewer than 10% of road accidents involve cyclists but, despite this, there are more than 15,000 cyclists killed or injured on the road each year.

A bike accident can leave you injured, leave your bike in serious need of repair, you could miss extended periods of work, you may need to have your bike repaired or completely replaced, and you may have to pay for medical treatment.  Call one of our Specialist Solicitors for advice about how to claim today on 0800 310 2222.

Cycle accident claims can be made for injuries sustained in a variety of accidents, such as;

• You're struck or knocked off by a vehicle
• You're hit by the door of a vehicle as you attempt to cycle past it
• You fall off your bike after hitting a defect in the road surface
• You collide with a pedestrian and it wasn't your fault
• You slip or collide with a substance or object that should not be in the road

If you have suffered one of these accidents, then it’s likely that you will want to make a claim against the party that was responsible for your accident.

How to make a cycle accident claim

Cycle accident claims are very similar to other types of road accident claims. If you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries.

Our team of solicitors deal with compensation claims from cyclists everyday who have been injured in road traffic accidents that were not their fault. We do our part by efficiently evaluating each claim before taking you through every aspect of it, whilst providing all the help and support you need to help you recover from your injuries. We are here to help you get back on the bike saddle and back on the road as quickly and as painlessly as possible.