If you’ve had an accident on your bike whilst cycling in Manchester, you may well be entitled to compensation.
Locals will be well aware there are a number of nightmare cycle routes within Manchester
The Curry Mile has been named as Manchester’s most dangerous stretch of road in the city for Cyclists, whilst junctions on Deansgate, Chester Road, Stockport Road, Barlow Moor Road and Bolton Road all feature prominently in the table compiled from government crash data.
What is Accident Advice Helpline and how can they help with the nightmare cycle routes within Manchester?
Now more and more people are finding it easier to claim for compensation for accidents that were not their fault.
The Accident Advice Helpline has more than a decade of experience in handling a huge variety of compensation claims. And it is not just road traffic accident claims. Some have included passenger injury compensation, car crash claims, and public place trip and fall compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000, designed to provide access to justice for victims of non-fault accidents. All cases go under a ‘no win, no fee’ agreement.
The company’s patron is well known UK TV personality Esther Rantzen, a consumer champion.
For 13 years, thousands of victims injured in all types of accidents have been awarded the compensation they deserve.
Accident Advice Helpline prides itself on excellent customer service, and providing victims with the best possible service in order to get complete satisfaction. Making a claim needn’t be difficult, with claims processed in a simple, fast and efficient manner.
Friendly, professional advisors are available on Accident Advice Helpline’s Freephone number which is available 24/7. Customers will find their claim can be processed within minutes.
Others may choose to take advantage of the ‘Compensation Calculator’ on the company’s website, an excellent tool which allows victims to take a 30 second test to discover whether or not they qualify to make a claim.
Each claim can be made in complete confidence, whilst the victim is under no obligation to proceed.
Accidents must have taken place in the last 3 years, although the deadline can be extended in the case where the victim was a minor, or in the case of industrial diseases.
Claims can be made over the telephone or online, whilst most claimants will find they do not to attend court.
So if you have been affected by an accident on one of Manchester’s many nightmare cycle routes, that wasn’t your fault, call Accident Advice Helpline today free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and make a claim.