How much Blaby compensation can I claim for a cycling accident?
Cycling is one of the best ways to stay fit and exercise on a daily basis. Many people prefer to go to work and back with a bicycle because it’s an eco-friendly way to travel. Another advantage of riding a bicycle is the fact that you will no longer have to put up with traffic jams. Unfortunately, cycling has a huge drawback to it – the lack of safety.
Cyclists on the road are almost as vulnerable as pedestrians and there is a chance that they get hit by another vehicle whether that’s a car, truck or even a motorcycle. When such accidents occur, cyclists are usually entitled to receive Blaby compensation for any injuries that they have suffered. However, a claim can be made for other things too.
Why claim Blaby compensation?
Blaby is a small picturesque village with beautiful nature all around in Leicestershire, England. The village has a population of nearly 7,000 people and visitors can find some amazing ancient dwellings such as the All Saints parish church.
In order to be put in touch with a personal injury lawyer who specialises in cycling accident compensation claims, you should call Accident Advice Helpline. This way you will get expert legal help on a ‘no-win, no-fee*’ basis.
What will my Blaby compensation claim cover?
Generally, people make a Blaby compensation claim for expenses that are a direct result of the accident. These usually include medication and treatment costs. Sometimes physiotherapy is required in order for the injured person to get better and any compensation will cover that. But injury related expenses are not the only thing that you’ll be able to claim for.
Bicycles are sometimes very expensive, and if you were hit by a vehicle, chances are your bicycle is going to need serious repairs. If your bicycle cannot be repaired and restored to working condition, you will need a new one. You will also be able to include the cost for these things in your claim. You can also claim for emotional suffering and psychological traumas.
What to do to make a Blaby compensation claim
If you have decided that you are going to make a Blaby compensation claim against the person at fault for the accident, it is recommended that you first call Accident Advice Helpline. This is the single most important step that you should take before doing anything else.
Accident Advice Helpline has been around for more than 15 years now. We have won many similar cases. We will gladly help you learn all about making a claim for a cycling accident. You can contact any one of our advisers on 0800 689 0500 free from a landline or by sending ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 in which case you’ll receive a call from them. You can also use your mobile and dial 0333 500 0993.