Can you claim for personal injury in a Cycling Accident?
The injuries sustained in a cycling accident can range from minor scrapes, and concussion to serious head and brain injuries. If you’ve had an accident at the hands of a negligent driver or as a result of a defect in the road such as a pothole, in both cases you may be able to claim for compensation.
If you’re not sure if you have a legal right to make a claim for a cycling accident, our team offer a free first advice promise. Contact our personal injury solicitors today to discuss your case and find out if you might be entitled to claim for compensation.
How long does the claims process take after a cycling accident?
The claims process for a cycling accident can be a lengthy one, for lower value claims, the claims process may be shorter than 6 months. However, for more complexes cases where injuries are more severe it can take years to settle since it can take time to establish the long-term prognosis of the victim and therefore the long-term financial, physical and emotional impact on the victim. Our expert cycling accident solicitors will be able to support you throughout the duration of your claim whether that be ensuring you receive the care you require, or obtaining interim financial support.
How much cycling accident compensation will you receive?
If you’ve been impacted by a cycling accident, you may require financial support to cover lost earnings, rehabilitation and medical treatment, and even costs to cover adaptations to your home to deal with more severe injuries. We recommend keeping track, and evidence of all costs incurred, this will increase the chances of us being able to recover the full amount.
If you’d like to speak to one of our expert solicitors today about what level of compensation you could expect and whether it’s worth making a claim, please contact us as soon as possible after your accident. We offer our legal services on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis, so there is no risk to you.