Cycling accidents in Treharris are just as common as anywhere else in the UK. The main causes of them are other roads users and bad road surfaces such as potholes. When cycling accidents in Treharris happen, the rider stands a good chance of being seriously injured, as cycle riders have practically no protection in an accident situation.
It is not uncommon for them to have broken bones, lose limbs or suffer brain injuries in accidents, and if the accident that caused their injuries was not their own fault, they could be entitled to compensation.
Claiming compensation for cycling accidents in Treharris
Imagine just for a moment how much your life would change if you lost a limb or suffered brain injuries. It could be that you may no longer be able to carry out your job, no longer take part in a favourite sport, or maybe no longer look after your children in the manner you would wish to.
These things can happen because of the recklessness, carelessness or neglect of someone else, and you should be compensated for it. Claiming compensation is a legal process, and one you need help with to ensure that your compensation is maximised.
If you have been injured in cycling accidents in Treharris, or in any other type of accident anywhere else in the UK, then we can help you. Your situation has to comply with the rules for making a claim, which are:
- You must have been in an accident that was not your own fault
- You must have been injured in the accident
- Your injuries must have needed medical attention
- The accident should have happened within the last three years
If this is the circumstances you find yourself in, the you should be contacting us at Accident Advice Helpline.
Making your claim with Accident Advice Helpline
Over 16 years’ experience of making successful personal injury claims has allowed us to streamline the processes to keep them simple, fast and efficient. We think you have suffered enough trauma in an accident you did not cause, so want to make the claiming experience as stress free as we can.
Our advisors are here to answer all your questions with information that is up to date and relates to your situation. Chatting to them puts you under no obligation to make a claim, and they will not pressure you if you decide it is not the way forward for you.
Call us today, from a landline on freephone 0800 689 0500. If you feel more comfortable using your mobile, ring 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 15th September 2014
Author: David Brown