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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Cycling accident in Unst


    If you ever get the chance to ride a bicycle through the beautiful green isle of Unst in Scotland, you should definitely take it. It is one of the most beautiful places you are ever likely to see in your lifetime and has a lot to offer tourists.

    Sadly, even on this tiny isle accidents happen, and if at any point you are knocked off your bike and injured, you should know the number for an injury lawyer so that you can get help quickly, and possibly win some compensation for your cycling accident in Unst.

    Help for a cycling accident in Unst

    While an injury lawyer cannot set your broken bones or disinfect your cuts, they can do something that will benefit you and the people around you hugely in a completely different way. With the help of a company such as Accident Advice Helpline, they will file a claim for you with the aim of trying to get you some compensation for the injury you sustained.

    You may be getting excited at this point, thinking about the remuneration for the pain you have been through, and you should be. All you have to do is call 0800 689 0500 or take our 30-second test online to get the process started with Accident Advice Helpline.

    Injuries sustained through cycling accidents can be terrible

    No one wants to be injured, but sometimes it just happens by chance. If you are the unfortunate victim of a cycling accident in Unst, you may need to remember that just by calling an injury lawyer you could get compensation for your injuries.

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    • Skull fractures – Whether you wear a bicycle helmet or not, you are still at risk of fracturing your skull. While that injury is not a huge problem in itself, any exposed brain matter is a huge problem. This is something that is not easy to fix, and you may emerge from surgery with bits of plastic welded into your skull to seal the wound. Anyone who has to go through this type of trauma should definitely be compensated.
    • Dislocated joints – Because of the nature of a bicycle, you may fall off and dislocate a shoulder, knee or hip. This is the kind of cycling accident in Unst that an injury lawyer would deal with all the time, so it makes sense to call them up and ask for some help.
    • Scrapes on the skin – Because we use tar roads in modern civilisation, a fall off your bike could mean you scrape your skin, exposing the muscle beneath, thus exposing you to the risk of infection. This is far from ideal, and if it happens to you then you may want to give Accident Advice Helpline a call for the help of an injury lawyer.

    Date Published: 22nd October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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