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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    The dangers of tramlines for cyclists


    Slippery at the best of times, but especially when it is icy or wet, tramlines can pose a serious risk to cyclists. Here are some of the dangers of tramlines for cyclists.

    The dangers of tramlines for cyclists

    Slippery tramlines can cause the wheels of a bicycle to suddenly slip and cause cyclists to fall. This is dangerous enough, as falling from a bicycle alone can cause cuts, bruises and sprains, as well as broken limbs.

    If the cyclist falls into a line of traffic, there is also the risk of being hit by a vehicle. Injuries sustained in a cycling accident of this kind can be serious, even fatal, especially if traffic is moving fast. Falling onto tram lines could also lead to being struck by a tram, which again could cause serious cycling injuries.

    In addition to being slippery, tramlines can also cause wheels to get stuck. This could again lead to cyclists falling, which, of course, exposes cyclists to the same risks as slipping on tramlines.

    Tramline accidents

    If you fell victim to the dangers of tramlines for cyclists, you may qualify for cycling injury compensation. Tramline accidents could, for instance, entitle you to claim for compensation if the lines were:

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    • Not maintained properly
    • Pose an unacceptable risk to cyclists due to poor design
    • Inadequately signed

    If you had a tramline accident in the last three years, call our Accident Advice Helpline freephone number to get helpful tramline injury compensation advice now.

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    We are a nationwide law firm dedicated to securing compensation for people hurt in accidents for which someone else was responsible. This means that, unlike claims management companies, we do not pass claims on to other companies.

    Every claim made by us is processed on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis by our own, in-house solicitors. To you, this means your claim can be brought to a satisfactory conclusion without excessive hassle, quickly and efficiently.

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    Having handled personal injury claims for over 16 years, we have plenty of experience in securing compensation for cyclists injured by tramlines. Boasting an exemplary success record, we can help you get the compensation your tramline injury entitles you to, too.

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    Date Published: May 6, 2017

    Author: Accident Advice

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