For those of you who may not be familiar with the area of Shanklin let us tell you a little bit about it. Shanklin is a small town on the Isle of Wight and is well known for its spectacular beaches and sea front. It also boasts some beautifully well kept gardens and is bursting with culture and historical attractions.
This makes it a popular location for many tourists, from other areas of the Isle of Wight and beyond. It is also home to the accident solicitor in Shanklin team at Accident Advice Helpline. This is a team of in-house accident solicitors who are here to help accident victims after they are hurt in accidents which were not their own fault.
Accident solicitor in Shanklin
The accident solicitor in Shanklin at Accident Advice Helpline is just one of the in house solicitor teams working for Accident Advice Helpline. As the name suggests, this team is responsible for helping and assisting all accident victims within the area. The team can also help and assist accident victims from other areas who may have been involved in accidents whilst visiting Shanklin. Whilst our accident solicitor in Shanklin has the knowledge and experience to deal with any type of accident claim they do deal with a large number of compensation claims relating to injuries caused by cycle accidents.
Although cycling is considered to be one of the more peaceful activities of the sports world, accidents can still happen when people are out and about cycling. If you have been the victim of a cycling accident that was not your own fault and you have suffered injuries as a result of this accident then you could well be entitled to make a claim for cash compensation. Let’s take a look at some circumstances that make you the victim of a cycling accident:
- Being hit by another vehicle whilst cycling – If the driver of the other vehicle is at fault by either dangerous driving, neglectful behaviour or driving under the influence then you as the innocent cyclist have the right to make an accident compensation claim.
- If you are part of a cycling club or joining in on a organised cycling event then the club or event organisers have a responsibility to provide sufficient cycling equipment and safety wear. If there is a fault or malfunction in any of this equipment or safety wear and an accident happens then you as the innocent cyclist have the right to make an accident compensation claim.
To get more information about making a claim for a cycling accidents please contact the accident solicitor in Shanklin at Accident Advice Helpline. Please call our free phone helpline numbers: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.