Cyclists are particularly susceptible road users, and bicycle accidents can result in serious injuries that have long-term ramifications. After being hurt in a bicycle accident, you may be eligible to receive compensation, or you may be eligible to file a claim on behalf of someone you care about who has been injured.
A collision with a car, van, or other road user is most likely to have caused your injury, but it may also have been caused by a poorly maintained road or cycling lane (e.g., potholes), or it could have been caused by a failure of your bike or helmet. Even if you've been injured in a hit-and-run accident and are unable to identify the driver, you may be able to file a claim.
HOW TO CLAIM?
Speak with one of our specialists during a no-obligation introductory session. We'll determine whether or not you have a claim, and you'll be able to select whether or not you want us to represent you. Upon receiving your approval, we will begin gathering evidence in support of your claim and arranging for independent medical specialists to investigate the extent of your injuries and any damages. After that, we'll ask the individual who caused your injuries to accept responsibility for them, and we'll urge their insurance to agree to compensate you. We'll also work with you to ensure that you receive the best possible recovery.
We are able to resolve the majority of cycling accident claims without going to court in this manner. If we have to take your claim to court in order to obtain compensation, we will be there to help you throughout the process and ensure that your claim is handled as fast as possible.
Our personal injury team at Hennah Haywood will be compassionate whilst providing practical advice during your case with us.