Cycling, whether for fun or in competitive sports, can become risky. Since the cyclist may hit a surface directly during a collision with other riders, drivers and other road users, the likely end result will be that person ending up with a lot of injuries, possibly from a cycling accident in Sutton in Ashfield.
If you have found yourself in a similar situation, it would be a good idea to search for a no-win, no-fee solicitor, after you have received medical treatment.
How Accident Advice Helpline can help
The first place you should call after you sustain an injury that was caused by another party is Accident Advice Helpline. One of our legal representatives will assess your case and advise you on what to do. They will discuss your cycling accident in Sutton in Ashfield and the injuries you sustained, before giving you free, no-obligation claims advice tailored to your needs.
Accident Advice Helpline are a legal firm who specialise in helping non-fault victims to obtain justice. For your claim to have a chance of being successful, you should not be at fault, you must have sought medical attention, and the cycling accident in Sutton in Ashfield must have happened within the last three years.
Accident Advice Helpline have helped many victims to get access to justice. We deliver what we promise and seek maximum compensation for our clients.
Why you should seek the legal services after a cycling accident in Sutton in Ashfield
Cyclists are vulnerable to many accidents that cause injuries. They can collide with another cyclist, a car, coach, bus or lorry on the road, or even fall off their bike because of uneven road surfaces and potholes. Here are some common injuries sustained by cyclists:
- Grazes and road rash: the skin scrapes off when you fall on hard surfaces.
- Cuts or lacerations: these may cause bleeding, which can be controlled by putting pressure on the affected area. If bleeding does not stop, seek medical treatment to have the wound stitched and bandaged.
- Knee pain: “runner’s knee” may be caused by peddling on uneven or rough surfaces, falling on your knees, trauma and overuse. The cartilage under the kneecap may get damaged because of rubbing and friction.
- Head injury: always wear a helmet to minimise the risk of getting an injury.
- Broken hip or pelvis: this can be caused by impact when a cyclist falls suddenly on a hard surface.
- Facial injuries: a broken jaw, chin bone, lost teeth and scarring are common when a cyclist falls on their face.
- Dislocations and fractures: these are common among cyclists. While riding, wear safety gear like a helmet, reflective jacket and bright clothes to make you visible.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: Emma Matthews