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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Bike accident claims

    Claiming compensation for being knocked off your bike


    Cyclists are becoming a more common occurrence on Britain’s roads and many more people are showing an interest in using their bike as a means of transport. Cycling can be a healthier alternative to using the car for transport, and many people cycle to and from work as a means of keeping fit. It is….

    The symptoms of bike accident injuries


    In recent years, there have been a growing number of campaigns to promote safety on our roads. They have included appeals to motorists to be more considerate towards cyclists, and to give them the respect is afforded to other road users. In the event of an accident, a cyclist will undoubtedly sustain far more serious….

    Treating bike accident injuries


    If you have been wondering about treating bike accident injuries, then your first port of call should be your local doctor. A trained medical professional will be able to assess your injuries and prescribe the appropriate treatment as needed. In the majority of cases, early intervention will give you the best possible chances of making….

    How does a bike accident occur?


    With rising motoring costs, more and more people are deciding to get around by bike, rather than use a car. Cycling is an environmentally friendly mode of transport and is an excellent way to take exercise, so it is perhaps not surprising that its popularity is increasing. Many towns and cities have created specific bicycle….

    Claiming for a bike accident


    Are you thinking about claiming for a bike accident? Have you been injured in a non-fault accident within the last three years? Well, if you needed medical attention for your injuries, then you may indeed be entitled to claim. Perhaps your injuries forced you to take time off from work, or maybe you couldn’t take….

    Bike accident compensation


    It  takes the experience of a specialist solicitor to figure out the compensation owed to a motor bike accident victim and/or their family. There are a lot of different parts of the situation that will make a difference to the award. The compensation awarded will depend on the type of injury, how permanent the injury is,….

    Bike accident claims


    Many bikers have loved motorcycles since their childhood and prefer them as their primary mode of transport. Others choose to travel on motorcycles for their convenience in getting around congested traffic. Motorcycles are regarded by most people as being more exciting than cars and more and more people are buying bikes and joining motorcycle clubs….



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