You may want electric bike injury advice if you have an accident when you are out and about on your electric bike. If you have had an accident in the last three years that was not your fault, you may be eligible to claim compensation for your injury. Accident Advice Helpline, whose sponsor is UK consumer champion and television personality Dame Esther Rantzen, has helped thousands of people claim personal injury compensation since its establishment in 2000 and we are experts in our field.
Riding your electric bike
Electric bikes have grown in popularity over the last few years, and in the United Kingdom, you do not need a licence to ride electric bikes that meet certain requirements if you are over 14 years old, and they do not need to be registered, taxed or insured. They are regarded as a normal pedal bike and can be ridden anywhere pedal bikes are allowed. They can be bicycles, tandems or tricycles. If bikes do not meet the right criteria they need to be registered and taxed, and you will need a driving licence and to wear a crash helmet.
Whether you are riding your electric bike on a road or cycle path, there is always the possibility of an accident, and if you do have one and it is not your fault you will need electric bike injury advice to find out what to do next.
Electric bike injury advice
When you speak to one of our friendly, professional advisors they will take the details of your accident and injury to see if you are eligible to make a claim, and then pass your case on to one of our expert lawyers who work on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis. This means that there is no cost to you for starting the claim. If you want electric bike injury advice but are concerned that you will have to take the claim forward even if you are not sure, do not worry. There is no obligation to go ahead; you decide if you want to start a claim.
Your injury may have meant you were unable to work and have incurred costs for treatment. If this is the case, it is imperative to keep receipts and invoices as proof. Similarly, if you were unable to drive as a result or needed help with childcare, for instance, proof of what you spent will be needed. When you talk to us for electric bike injury advice, your assigned Accident Advice Helpline expert lawyer will tell you exactly what information you will need to provide.
What do I need to do to get things started?
If you want electric bike injury advice call our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline. Call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. Before you even pick up the phone you can also visit our homepage and take our unique 30-second test to check your eligibility.
Date Published: November 26, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd