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    Compensation claim in Skirlaugh


    Cyclists and How to Protect Yourself on the Road

    Cyclists tend to be a complete bug bear for drivers, as they can often get in the way and hold up traffic, which is a particular annoyance during rush hour. The number of road accidents involving cyclists is worryingly high and it is important that drivers pay attention to cyclists when they are on the road. If you are involved in an accident which causes you to be injured and it is the fault of someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to make a compensation claim Skirlaugh. There are some ways cyclists can protect themselves on the road, so that the risk of accidents is kept to a minimum.

    Appropriate Protective Clothing

    If you are cycling on the road, it is imperative that you wear the correct protective clothing. Wearing inappropriate clothing which offers no protection against injuries is one of the main reasons cyclists suffer and it is simple to avoid. You should always wear a helmet when cycling, as head injuries can be very dangerous and can even cause fatalities. It is also important to wear reflective clothing, so that other cyclists and drivers can see you on the road, thus minimising the chance of an accident occurring.

    Take Care and Pay Attention

    It may seem like an obvious part of cycling but it is one which is often ignored. Whenever you are on the road, you should take care and pay attention. You should be aware of other cyclists and drivers and slow down whenever it is appropriate. If you are struggling to keep up with the traffic, it is a good idea to take a rest so that you don’t hold everyone up as this can cause frustration, which ultimately ends in an accident.

    Use Cycle Lanes

    Wherever possible, make use of cycle lanes provided. Cycle lanes are there to keep the flow of traffic moving and it is important to make use of these wherever possible. You will minimise your chances of getting into an accident with another vehicle if you always stick to the cycle lanes.

    If you are involved in an accident while cycling and it is the fault of someone else, you can make a compensation claim Skirlaugh. Accident Advice Helpline operates a 24 hour service which allows you to receive advice and support regarding your claim for compensation. They will put you in touch with a specialist solicitor, who will be happy to take your case on and will do their upmost to get you the outcome you deserve. Accident Advice Helpline is supported by TV celebrity Esther Rantzen, who is a well-known campaigner for human rights. She features in the adverts as well as on the website. Accident Advice Helpline has more than 10 years’ experience in dealing with claims for all sorts of accidents, and will always be happy to take your call.

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    For all of your needs regarding your compensation claim in Skirlaugh, please get in touch with us at Accident Advice Helpline today.

    Date Published: 11th August 2013

    Author: David Brown

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