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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 Walsall


    Walsall is a big town located in the West Midlands. It is very close to major cities including Birmingham and Wolverhampton. The built-up section of Walsall is home to over 67,000 people, while there are more than 269,000 residents in the borough of Walsall. Cycling is popular here, just as it is elsewhere in England. Having a cycling accident in Walsall isn’t a common occurrence, although some will inevitably happen each year.

    Cycling in this part of the country opens the door to many more rural areas locally. Barr Beacon is a high point in the area, but there are other quieter and more pleasant areas cyclists can enjoy in and around Walsall as well.

    How to stay safe while cycling

    Obviously it does pay dividends to keep an eye on what is happening around you when you are out cycling. A crash helmet should be a prerequisite when you are out, and you can also make sure you wear bright clothing so you are visible in all weathers.

    However, even if you are the safest cyclist around, you still never know if you might be involved in an accident. You could end up being injured if a driver clips you as you are riding, or if they decide to turn left in front of you, causing you to crash in the process. Injuries for cyclists can potentially be quite serious, even when they are wearing a helmet at the time. Broken bones, cuts and bruises are all more than within the realm of possibility.

    Find out if a claim could result in a payment for you

    Can you prove someone else was responsible for the injuries you suffered in your cycling accident, if it occurred within the last three years? Even if you’re not sure, there is a chance you could claim – and our team can help clarify matters for you.

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    One phone call can get you through to Accident Advice Helpline so you can benefit from over 15 years’ worth of experience. Just call 0800 689 0500 and there will be no charge to do so. We won’t charge for our initial free advice either, and you’ll benefit from speaking to helpful staff regarding your cycling accident in Walsall. Were you perhaps injured somewhere else instead? Don’t worry – wherever you were, call our team today to get the no-obligation advice you really need now.

    Date Published: 10th August 2014

    Author: kate

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