By Daniel Sisko. Last Updated 17th June 2022. Bike accident claims have the potential to be complex. After suffering an injury while out cycling on your bicycle, the last thing you want is to go out gathering evidence and negotiating with the defendant.
But you can get help and support with cycle accident claims.
In this guide, we share bicycle accident claim tips you may find useful, as well as the latest bicycle accident claims payouts guidelines.
Bicycle accident claim tips and guidance
No matter whether you are an avid cyclist or you simply go out on your bike for a bit of exercise now and again, you are putting your faith in other drivers. There is no denying that cyclists are the most vulnerable on the roads. You could have all the protective gear available, but there is no way of telling what damage another vehicle could do if it were to hit you. In the UK cycling accident claims are on the rise for many reasons please see our statistics below.
Could I Make A Bicycle Crash Claim?
If you have been involved in a cycling accident cases that was not your fault, pursuing compensation could be a suitable course of action. Why should you have to suffer due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness? Throughout this guide, we are going to discuss cycling accident claims in greater length. Outlining steps to take, factors to consider, and more importantly, how a personal injury solicitor could be of assistance in ensuring you receive compensation for your injuries.
Get Bicycle Accident Claim Tips From The Professionals
Here at Accident Claims, we could help you to secure the payout you are entitled to. After speaking to our team, one of our advisers could assign you to the best cycling claims solicitors for your case. We have an excellent track record and have worked on many British cycling claims. Read our guide below for more information on the claims process. You will also find our contact information at the end, should you have any further queries. However, if you feel that you are ready to speak with an adviser and begin your case, please call us on 0800 073 8801.
Select a section:
- An introduction to cycling incident and injury claims
- What is a cycling injury?
- If you have been involved in a cycling accident, find out the steps you need to take with Cycle Accident Solicitors
- Starting the cycling accident claiming process with cycle accident solicitors
- Claiming for a cycling accident that has happened while at work
- Statistics regarding cycling accidents
- FAQ: If I have been knocked off my bike by a car, can I claim compensation?
- What damages can I claim for after being involved in a cycling accident that has resulted in an injury?
- The most common causes of cycling accidents cycle accident solicitors could help with
- Bicycle Accident Claim Payouts
- What are 100% No Win No Fee cycling accident claims with cycle accident solicitors?
- Why Accident Claims should be your first port of call when making a claim with cycle accident solicitors
- Call Accident Claims today to start your claim or to get free, no-obligation advice from cycle accident solicitors.
Unfortunately, many different types of injuries could be caused due to a cycling accident. In some cases, a cycling road traffic accident could be a blameless turn of events. However, if you happen to be involved in an accident involving a bicycle due to another’s fault, you could have grounds to seek compensation. You may also have grounds to claim if someone you love has suffered a fatal accident.
Within the guide, you will find all of the details you need regarding claiming, including plenty of direction in making bicycle accident claims, as well as further information on specific accidents, such as securing knocked off bike by car compensation. Throughout this guide, we aim to answer the following questions:
- What is a personal injury claim?
- How can a personal injury solicitor help me?
- Can you give me any bicycle accident claim tips?
- Could a solicitor offer to handle my cycling accident claim?
- I am having issues finding affordable representation. Are there funding options available?
- What is a No Win No Fee agreement?
- Should I begin my case within a specific timeframe?
By the time you have read this guide, you will have the answers to the questions listed above, plus many others. In the meantime, If you have any further queries regarding cycle accident claims, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our cycle accident solicitors are here to help.
Bicycle Accident Claim Tips – Know Your Limitation Period
As we previously mentioned, you must begin your claim within a specified timeframe in order for it to be successful. For cases involving adults, you would have 3-years from the accident date to start your claim and seek compensation. Alternatively, the 3-year time limit would start from the date a delayed diagnosis (caused by a negligent party) is confirmed by a medical professional.
Failing to begin your claim with the allocated timeframe may affect the eligibility of your case. However, please note that there are exceptions to the limitation period. For instance, a litigation friend will be appointed to handle child accident claims involving children under the age of 18 and to act on their behalf. In contrast, under the Mental Capacity Act 2005, those who lack the mental capacity to pursue their own case can have a litigation friend act on their behalf.
If you are unsure where your case meets the criteria listed above, please speak to one of our advisers today.
If you have been involved in a cycling accident, find out the steps you need to take with Cycle Accident Solicitors
While the fate of your case will primarily lie in your solicitor’s hands, there are some actions that can be taken to strengthen cycle accident claims. A prime step you could consider is collecting evidence. Gathering the necessary evidence is critical for a successful outcome. Here are some of the steps to take:
- Get the details of the person who owns the vehicle if you are making a cyclist claim against a motorist that hit you, as well as noting the make, model and registration number.
- Get the contact details of any witnesses.
- Take photographs of the scene.
- Take photographs of your injuries if they are visible.
- Keep a record and proof of any expenses that you have been subject to because of your accident.
- Make a note of everything that has occurred.
- See a doctor – This is vital for your health and your chances of securing compensation.
If you’ve suffered from injury or damage to your bike, you should report the accident to the police within 24 hours. If your accident involved other road users, then you should get their insurance details, but don’t discuss details of the accident or liability until you’ve sought legal advice.
Naturally, you may be feeling unsure where to start with cycling accident claims. We can assist you with that. It is as simple as giving us a call, and we will handle the rest so that you have nothing to worry about.
When you call our team, we will provide a free consultation, which gives us both the chance to ask each other some questions. This is nothing for you to get anxious about. We are only going to ask queries so that we can fully understand what has happened and advise you in the best possible manner. If you’d like to know more about cycle accident claims, or to start your claim for cycle accident compensation, don’t hesitate to contact our team today.
Fatal Cycling Accident Claims With Cycle Accident Solicitors
While it is true that money could never compensate for a loved one’s loss, compensation from fatal cycling accident claims could help lower the financial burden of a fatal accident.
According to the Fatal Accidents Act 1976, dependants (spouse, children, parents, siblings etc) are allowed to seek damages if the accident was caused by somebody else’s negligence. Additionally, the deceased estate can claim compensation for any pain and suffering if their death wasn’t immediate.
As a dependent, you could be eligible to seek compensation if you relied on the deceased income. This could also include other benefits like pensions, the use of a company car or healthcare options.
Another payment that is claimable by the spouse or parent of the deceased is a bereavement damages award of £15,120 (last updated on 1st May 2020).
As you can see, there is a lot to consider in fatal cycling accident claims. If you would like us to make the claims process easier, please get in touch. We offer a free initial consultation in personal injury cases as well as free legal advice. If you proceed to make a claim with us, we’ll act on a No Win No Fee basis. We do understand how difficult claiming will be as you’ll need to discuss the accident once again. On that basis, we won’t put any pressure on you to proceed and will work at a pace that suits you.
Not all cycling accidents happen during an individual’s personal time; some people cycle because it is part of their job. Delivery men and women often cycle when handing out leaflets and small postage items. If you have suffered a cycling accident while working, determining who to claim against depends on the type of accident that has happened. A collision with another car will result in cycling accident claims against the other driver.
In contrast, if the accident has happened because you were given a faulty bike or insufficient training from your employer, they will be responsible for what has happened. You may be nervous about making a claim against your employer, but there is no need to be. All employers are required, by law, to have insurance in place to cover such incidents. So there’s no reason not to claim the cycle accident compensation you deserve. If you have suffered due to your employer’s negligence, please contact our team today.
Cyclists and motorbike users are inherently at a disadvantage on the road, as they do not have access to various safety features found in other vehicles, such as seat belts, airbags, and the vehicle’s shell soften the impact. Therefore, when accidents involving cyclist occur, the outcome can be devastating. Cycle accident claims can help in the aftermath of an accident where there’s been serious injury.
2019 statistics published by the Department for Transport (DFT) state that 100 cyclists died on British roads, and 4,333 individuals were seriously injured. These are the most current statistics provided by the DFT.
Some other statistics you may be interested in are as follows:
- Three-quarters of fatal cycling incidents involve major head injuries.
- Men make up 80 per cent of cyclist casualties.
- 80 per cent of cycling incidents happen during the day.
- Three-quarters of cycling accidents happen at or near a road junction.
- Rural roads are where half of the fatal cycling accidents happen.
- Three-quarters of severe or fatal cycling incidents happen in built-up and urban areas.
Read on for answers to some of our most common questions regarding cycling accident claims.
If another driver has knocked you off your bike due to carelessness or dangerous driving, you would have considerable grounds to make a compensation claim. To successfully secure a payout, you will need to show that the driver was at fault and that you did not cause the accident. Perhaps the driver was not paying attention? Or, maybe they were driving too fast and too recklessly? Our cycle accident solicitors have years of experience handling cycle accident compensation claims, and we can help you to get the full amount of compensation.
If you’d like to know more about what could be included in cycle accident claims. then the next section in our guide will be helpful to you.
What damages can I claim for after being involved in a cycling accident that has resulted in an injury?
Understandably, you may consider taking legal action if you have been involved in a cyclist accident that wasn’t your fault. You may also question what damages you could claim for and whether a personal injury solicitor could assist you. When seeking compensation, it is crucial to outline that damages are often broken down into two categories:
General Damages – often awarded to those who endure physical or psychological trauma.
Special Damages – often awarded to those who endure a financial loss. Special damages can take into account:
- Medical costs – including any counselling expenses
- The cost of travel – can cover the cost of public transit if you are unable to drive your car and need to take public transit.
- Loss of earnings – your potential earning has been significantly reduced or affected by your accident.
- Care costs – If someone has had to assist around the house while you recover, they will be able to file a claim for care. This includes friends and family members.
With a personal injury solicitor by your side, they’ll use their wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure you receive an accurate amount of compensation for the damages you’ve endured. Why not reach out and speak to one of our advisers to discuss your potential case and to determine whether a solicitor could take on your claim?
Get in touch with us today for more information about cycling accident claims; we look forward to speaking with you.
You may be wondering what kinds of circumstances might lead to cycle accident claims. There are many different reasons why a cycling accident could happen. Here are some of the most common:
- A cyclist could ride into the path of a vehicle.
- Motorists could turn across the path of a cyclist.
- A driver emerging into the path of a cyclist.
- A pedestrian walking in front of a cyclist.
The Department for Transport (DFT) outlined in their 2019 report that the number of cyclists who were killed or seriously injured in Great Britain had increased by 8% from 2009. The report also outlined that numerous factors could cause a collision of this nature; here are some examples:
- Travelling too fast for the conditions.
- Driving carelessly.
- Drivers being impaired by alcohol.
- Poor manoeuvres and turns.
The road surface itself may also be a contributing factor for cyclist accidents. For instance, potholes, obstructing debris, or uneven road surfaces could cause an oncoming cyclist to fall and injure themselves. The city council would be responsible for maintaining public pathways and roads (unless it falls onto private land). The chart below shows the rate of contributory factors relating to the road or road surface to cycling accidents in 2019.
Therefore, it is a city council’s duty to ensure public roads and pathways meet the required safety standards. Failing to adhere to these standards could cause hazardous conditions, such as potholes, to go unnoticed. In return, this could cause a cyclist to crash or fall, and the council could be held responsible.
A No Win No Fee solicitor could offer to handle your cycling accident claim, so long as you can provide evidence. Within the sections that follow, we look at various forms of evidence you could provide and answer critical questions, including what a cycle accident claims payout could consist of.
Various circumstances affect bicycle accident claim payouts. For instance, more severe injuries typically tend to be worth more in compensation than injuries that are deemed more minor.
The figures in the table below have been taken from a publication called the Judicial College Guidelines (JCG). The JCG was last updated in 2022. It’s just one of the resources used by professionals in the legal field who are responsible for valuing your injuries. The figure is known as general damages and is awarded in relation to how much pain and suffering you have endured due to the injuries you have sustained.
The amounts shown are merely guidance that relates to the general damages portion of your cycle accident compensation. For a more bespoke evaluation, get in touch with our advisors. Once we are more aware of your circumstances, the guidance that we can offer will be more accurate.
Below the table, you will also find some other potential figures that could be included in cycle accident claims.
|Why are you claiming compensation?||Some extra notes||The typical payout for this sort of injury|
|Severe Brain Damage||This is for the most severe brain / head injuries. Individuals in this case will typically be unresponsive.||£282,010 to £403,990|
|Moderate Brain Damage||Some side effects of injuries like this include a change in personality, mental disability, and loss of feeling in certain limbs.||£150,110 to £219,070|
|Leg Injury (Amputation of both legs)||This refers to an amputation of one or both legs. Where the amputation occurs, i.e. whether it is below or above the knee, is also considered when determining the payout amount.||£240,790 to £282,010|
|Moderate Leg Injury||Such injuries to the leg result in movement being restricted and disability. The level of an award within the bracket will be influenced by the extent of treatment undertaken; impact on employment; the presence or risk of degenerative changes and/or future surgery. The individual may have a life-long prognosis.||£27,760 to £39,200|
|Less Serious Leg Injuries||This refers to soft tissue damage, a brake or a fracture to the leg, which has caused a lot of discomfort and pain.||Up to £11,840
|Severe wrist injury||This refers to cases whereby there is no function in the damaged wrist. The amount you receive depends on how long it takes you to make a full recovery.||£47,620 to £59,860|
|Severe shoulder injury||The individual will also have some tissue damage to the neck for their injury to fall into this category. As a consequence, elbow and arm movement may also be limited.||£19,200 to £48,030|
|Serious Shoulder Injury||Some common symptoms for these injuries include paralysis, limb numbness, and movement being restricted, with both the neck and shoulder being affected.||£12,770 to £19,200|
|Moderate Shoulder Injury||Most individuals will have moderate pain due to soft tissue damage or a frozen shoulder with limited movement.||£7,890 to £12,770|
|Moderate Back Injury||The individual is likely to be in constant discomfort and/or pain due to soft tissue or ligament damage to the back.||£27,760 to £38,780|
|Severe Back Injury||This refers to injuries that relate to the organs or have caused paralysis.||£91,090 to £160,980|
|Mild head injury||The individual may suffer lasting effects due to their injury, but they will not have any brain damage.||£2,210 to £12,770|
|Minor Back Injury||This amount of compensation is likely for muscle pain, a slipped disc, or a soft tissue injury. A full recovery is made within three months.||Up to £2,450|
Bicycle Accident Claim – Special Damages
Within the table above, it discusses general damages in greater length. However, as we previously mentioned, any financial loss you have endured could be factored into your case, such as damage to your bike or loss of earnings. Losses of this nature are referred to as Special Damages, and you would be required to provide evidence to support your claim. Thankfully, you can provide various forms of financial documentation to support your case, such as bank statements, credit scores, and receipts. You will also be required to provide evidence to support any physical or psychological trauma you’ve endured, which can be achieved by attending a medical assessment.
If your cycling accident injury doesn’t appear in the table above, don’t worry as this isn’t an exhaustive list. Just get in touch with our cycle accident solicitors today to discuss your claim for compensation in more detail.
Bicycle Accident Claim Tips – The Medical Assessment
Here at Accident Claims, we can help organise a medical assessment with an impartial professional. By attending a medical examination, you will be asked numerous questions relating to your injury. The professional will also examine the severity of your injury and determine whether there are any future implications. The information collected from the assessment will be placed in a report that can value and support your claim.
To receive an estimated figure that takes into account the inquire characteristics of your case, please reach out and speak to our team. By clicking the live chat feature on the right side of the page, you can speak to one of our advisers in real-time. Not only can our personal injury claims team offer free legal advice, but once they have listened to the factors that make your case, they could offer an estimated figure and connect you to a No Win No Fee solicitor.
Give us a call using the number at the top of the page to see how we could help you claim cycle accident compensation.
Not all solicitors operate to the same payment structure. For instance, some solicitors will charge per hour, while others operate to a No Win No Fee scheme. With a solicitor that charges per hour, you will be billed based on their time, no matter the case’s outcome. However, countless experts acknowledge the benefits of a No Win No Fee agreement. Most importantly, No Win No Fee agreements alleviate the financial burden associated with the claims process, allowing people to focus on what matters, seeking justice and recovery. So, there should be no financial risk.
A No Win No Fee agreement may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA).
Thankfully, our solicitors operate on a No Win No Fee basis. Therefore, if a solicitor offers to handle your case, you would have access to the following benefits:
- If the solicitor does not win your case, then you are not obligated to pay anything in the form of legal success fees.
- At no point while the cycle accident claims are ongoing would you be required to pay a surprise fee.
- There are no start-up costs. Allowing you to begin your case as soon as possible.
- No Win No Fee means you will pay the solicitor an agreed percentage of your compensation. Therefore, you only pay if compensation is secured, and don’t worry, it is capped by law.
Why not reach out and speak to our personal injury claims team to discover whether a solicitor could handle your case under a No Win No Fee agreement? We look forward to hearing from you.
Why Accident Claims should be your first port of call when making a claim with cycle accident solicitors
You have many options available to you when it comes to cycling accident claims, which can be an overwhelming experience. Thankfully, we are here to navigate you through the entire process. Should you choose Accident Claims to handle your case, we will be there for you every step of the way.
“Our solicitors operate on a No Win No Fee agreement and have up to 30 years of industry experience.”
Free Bicycle Accident Claim Tips From Our Experts
Not only is our service 100% No Win No Fee, but our advice is available free of charge, and we match all of our clients with solicitors that have at least 30 years of experience in the industry. We are also incredibly understanding. We know that you are going through a strenuous time, and we will always be sensitive to that. Our team are incredibly sympathetic to you and your situation, so we are here to help you every step of the way.
Call Accident Claims today to start your claim or to get free, no-obligation advice from cycle accident solicitors
If you have any questions or you would like some cycling accident claims advice, all you need to do is get in touch with our friendly and experienced team, and they will help you in any way they can. Our helpline is always open – seven days a week, 24 hours a day – so you can speak about cycle accident compensation at a convenient time for you.
- Call us:< 0800 073 8801.
- Enquire online: Click here to use our online form.
- Email us: send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to begin your claim today.
- Online Chat: Click the icon on the right corner of the page to speak with an adviser.
Get Bicycle Accident Claim Tips From Our Team
The advisor you are connected to can also assist if you are ready to begin the claim process. All you have to do is reach out and speak to our team, and the rest will fall into place. Thankfully, our claims team are well versed in personal injury law and cycle accident claims. Therefore, if they believe you have a valid case, they will match you to the best No Win No Fee cycle accident solicitors possible – ensuring you are in the right hands.
Helpful links for cycle accident solicitors and those looking for bicycle accident claim tips
Hopefully, this guide has answered a lot of your questions, but we may know that you may need some extra details, and these links should prove helpful:
- A guide to claiming whiplash compensation
- How much compensation for anxiety after a car accident?
- Motorcycle accident compensation
- How many personal injury claims go to court?
- PTSD claims
- Pedestrian accident claims
- Bus accident claims
- Whiplash compensation calculator
- Non-fault accident compensation
- Misdiagnosis compensation
- Knee injury compensation
- Make a claim for an accident on a building site
- How to make a claim for facial scar compensation
Bicycle Accident Claim Tips – External Links
This link enables you to download the THINK! CYCLIST toolkit. THINK! CYCLIST is a campaign that has been launched by the government in an attempt to lower the number of pedal cyclists that are seriously injured and killed on the roads.
This link also takes you to the UK Government website. Here you will find statistics and information on road safety, casualties and accidents per year. Publications date back to 2010.
Finally, this link takes you to the website for the THINK! CYCLIST campaign so that you can learn more about it and what it entails. There are also some good safety tips on this website too.
We’ve also included links to some of our most popular personal injury and accident claims guides which you may find useful:
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- Learn more about accident claims
- MIB payout examples
- Psychological injury compensation calculator
- Council compensation payouts
- Tesco compensation payouts
- Compensation after being sexually assaulted
- What is the average payout for a car accident UK
- Passenger in car accident claim
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- ASDA compensation payouts
- What’s the average compensation for a soft tissue injury in the UK?
- Who is responsible for making accident reports?
- PTSD compensation chart
- Slipped on the floor – can I claim?
- PTSD compensation payouts
- Payouts for hip replacements
- Uber accident claims
- Thorpe park accident
- How much compensation for anxiety after car accident
- Assault compensation
- Amputation compensation chart in the UK
- Head injury compensation payouts
- Payouts for whiplash
- Average payouts for a back injury at work in the UK
- Elbow injury compensation amounts
- How to get CCTV footage of a car accident
- Claims involving broken chairs
- NHS compensation payouts guide
- Accident in a car park – who’s at fault in the UK?
- Shoulder injury compensation calculator
- If someone cuts across you on a roundabout, whose fault is it?
- Death compensation calculations in the UK
- 50 50 insurance claim – who pays for what?
- Average settlement for a broken arm in the UK
- Facial scar compensation calculator
- Partial finger amputation compensation
- How much compensation per stitch in the UK?
- Death by medical negligence payouts in the UK
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- Compensation for death of family member
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- How much compensation for a misdiagnosis?
- Barbed wire injury claims
- Average compensation for ankle injury
- Virgin train claim
- Tinnitus compensation calculator
- Dog bite claims
- Shoulder injury compensation payouts in the UK
- What happens to children’s compensation?
- Average compensation payout for a knee injury
- Average payout for a slip and fall in the UK
- Birth injury compensation calculator
- Wrist injury compensation calculator
- London bus accident claims
- Mental health compensation payouts
- What’s the manual handling weight limit?
- Average dog bite settlements in the UK
- Assaulted at work compensation
- How many personal injury claims go to court?
- Motorbike accident compensation
- Foot injury compensation payouts in the UK
- Accident on building site – can I claim?
- Road accident death claim calculator
- Leg injury claims
- Average payout for a broken ankle in the UK
- How long do i have to report a car accident to my insurance company in the UK?
- Broken leg compensation payouts in the UK
- Spinal injury compensation payouts in the UK
- Hernia compensation amounts
- Average payout for a herniated disc in the UK
- How long after an accident at work can you claim?
- Carbon monoxide poisoning compensation
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- Claim for someone tripping and falling
- How to claim for loss of earnings in the UK
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- Historic abuse claims
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- Care home claims
- Finger injury claim calculator
- Blackpool pleasure beach accidents
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- How much compensation for a wrong tooth extraction?
- Criminal injury compensation – how long does it take?
- Can I be sacked for having an accident at work?
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- Injury at work claims against the NHS
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- Driving instructor hit and run accidents
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Cycling Accident FAQs And Bicycle Accident Claim Tips
How many cyclists are killed each year?
The DFT reported that 100 cyclists died on British roads in 2019.
Do I need to find a solicitor in my hometown?
A solicitor can offer to handle your claim, regardless of your location.
How does a solicitor stay in communication during a case?
Your solicitors will keep you updated by speaking over the phone, sending emails, or meeting in person.
Can cyclists report drivers?
You can report a driver for careless or dangerous driving to the police.
What do I need to report a driver?
In order to do this, you will need vehicle information, such as the vehicle’s make, model, colour, and registration number.
What happens if a cyclist causes an accident?
In this case, both the cyclist and the other driver should exchange insurance company details akin to a split liability car accident.
What is the penalty for hitting a cyclist?
The responsible party could receive a multi-year prison sentence if convicted.
How long do I have to claim for?
You have to state the intention to claim inside 3 years following the accident.
Updated Statistics From Cycle Accident Solicitors
The latest road traffic accident statistics for the year up to June 2021 show that there were estimated to be 1,390 deaths on Great Britain’s roads, 24,530 people killed or seriously injured and 119,850casualties of every severity in the year ending June 2021.
We do not have road user data for the year ending June 2021. However, compared with 2019, there was only a marginal drop in the number of pedal cyclists being injured during 2020, as you can see below.
This could have potentially been because there were more people travelling by bike during this period. Unfortunately, 140 pedal cyclists were killed during 2020.
Could cycle accident solicitors help with a fatal accident claim?
If you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident as a cyclist and the accident was not their fault, you could potentially have a claim. Our cycle accident solicitors, who are all authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, could assist you in this. We could help you make a No Win No Fee claim to help cover bereavement, funeral expenses, and even loss of household income, if you were financially dependent on the person who passed away. However, we know how traumatic it might be to relive such a traumatic time. We promise to handle your claim with all the sensitivity and compassion it deserves, while fighting for the maximum compensation possible for the loss of someone you loved. Please do not hesitate to call our team for guidance and support. We put you under no obligation to use our services by giving you free legal advice.
Bicycle accident claim tips
The following bicycle accident claim tips could be helpful if you’re considering making a bicycle crash claim.
Get medical advice and treatment
Before you consider making bicycle accident claims, it’s essential you get medical advice on how to manage your injuries. This could maximise your chance of a full recovery.
Find reputable cycle accident solicitors
Finding the right solicitor could make a big difference to your claim. It could impact your cycle accident compensation significantly. A good lawyer would fight for the maximum compensation possible for your claim.
The success of any cycle accident claim rests on the evidence. Whether you’re making a cyclist claim against a motorist, or against another type of road user, you need evidence. A police report, witness details, photographic evidence of the scene and your injuries could all help. You would also need to get an independent medical report. If you speak to our team, we could tell you more about this.
Find out how much bicycle accident compensation you could claim
Before going ahead with a bicycle crash claim, we would advise you to get guidance on how much cycle accident compensation you could be eligible for. This could help manage your expectations when it comes to the settlement you could achieve.
We hope the above bicycle accident claim tips have been useful to you. If you would like further guidance on bicycle accident claims we’d be happy to speak to you. Our cycle accident solicitors could fight for the maximum compensation possible for your claim.
What are the latest bicycle accident claim payouts?
if you want to know the latest bicycle accident claim payouts, you could look to the Judicial College Guidelines. These guidelines are currently on their 16th edition, published in 2022. If you take a look at the table in an earlier section of this guide, you can get guidance on bicycle accident claim payouts taken from this publication.
If you would like to speak to us about making a cycle accident claim and would like to know what other damages you could claim for, such as special damages, please call our team. We would be happy to discuss the latest bicycle accident claim payouts guidelines with you. We could also explain what evidence you could need to support a cycle accident claim.
Can you give me bicycle accident claim tips over the phone?
If you call us to tell us about a cycle accident claim you are looking to make, we could offer you assistance and guidance for free. After asking you a few questions about what has happened to you, we could assess your eligibility to make bike accident claims. Not only this, but we could provide you with details on bicycle accident claim payouts.
If it’s found that you have a favourable chance of your claim succeeding, an advisor can assign a No Win No Fee solicitor to your case. They would be able to handle your claim so that you can have a strong chance of receiving compensation.
Thank you for reading our guide to cycle accident claims.