Cycling accident claims?
Cycling accident claims in Byfleet sought by you or someone you care for? Perhaps you are seeking compensation as you or the person you care for, was injured while cycling down the famous Parvis Road in Byfleet? July 2012 was an eventful year in the history of Byfleet, as Parvis Road was held to be an imperative route in the 2012 Olympics Cycle Road Race.
Solicitor needed for accident claims in Byfleet?
Byfleet is a small domestic suburban island located in Surrey, UK. Situated amidst the Wey navigation canal and the River Wey, it falls along the M25 motorway towards the east of the borough. Parvis Road race winner Mark Cavendish, won the practice race amongst the 150 participants.
Brooklands in Byfleet has close associations to motor racing, as legendary racers like J G Parry-Thomas and Bert Denly lived in Byfleet. After World War 2, the village of Byfleet had many petrol-pumps, garages and workshops related to motor car/cycle racing. Prominent engineers and racers like Robin Jackson, Francis Beart, Duncan Hamilton, etc., lived here and owned these workshops in Byfleet. BBC television series, The Victorian Kitchen Garden’s celebrity presenter, Harry James Dodson was born in Byfleet. Many more outstanding personalities have brought glory to Byfleet.
Take the 30 second test if you or someone close to you, was injured while cycling in Byfleet. This test will let you know if you have a valid claim that will let you or the person you care for, seek compensation for the injuries you have received. Taking this test is simple and easy, as all you need to do is fill in a small form available online at the Accident Advice Helpline website.
Cycling tips for you or someone you care for
- Keeping your bicycle in good condition can avoid major accidents.
- Always wear a helmet to protect yourself.
- See that your helmet fits you snugly and does not move while riding.
- Wear comfortable and bright coloured clothing to make yourself visible to others.
- Use of lights during the night or darkness will help others notice you.
- Follow and obey the traffic rules.
- Do not carry other people on your bicycle.
- Make eye contact with motorists, to ensure they have seen you.
- Signal with your hands, when changing directions or moving in and out of lanes.
- The use of a bell or a horn can alert pedestrians and avoid accidents.
- While crossing stationary vehicles, keep a distance to steer clear of slamming into the door if it’s suddenly opened.
- Do not wear headphones while cycling as you may not hear the “alert horns” of other vehicles.
Accident claims in Byfleet for cycling
Injury suffered by you or someone you care for, while cycling in Byfleet? Call Accident Advice Helpline if you are aiming to seek accident claims in Byfleet and you will be able to reach these experts in injury compensation on the land-line number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 16th May 2014
Author: David Brown