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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."

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    Cycling Accidents in St Edmundsbury

    Cycling Accidents in St Edmundsbury

    St Edmundsbury is in Suffolk, and is the name of a borough council whose headquarters are in Bury St Edmunds. The town and council are named after St Edmund the Martyr who is believed to have been killed by the Vikings in the 9th century. He was king of the region of East Anglia from 855 until his death in 869. Bury St Edmunds is a historic market town and in the Middle Ages it would have attracted pilgrims who wished to visit the shrine of St Edmund. Much of its wealth in those times came from the lucrative wool trade.

    Cycling accidents in St Edmundsbury

    Perhaps you have been injured in one of the cycling accidents in St Edmundsbury and are wondering whether you might be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. You may be able to do so if you can prove that you were not responsible for your accident in any way. Apart from that, you also have to prove that another person was to blame for the accident.

    Road traffic accidents in St Edmundsbury may be caused by motorised vehicles, cycles, animals and so on and they could involve pedestrians. If you were injured in one of the cycling accidents in St Edmundsbury which involved motorised vehicles, then the police should have been called to the scene of the accident. Whatever the accident, if it occurs in a street, it is a good idea to call the police, as they can appeal for witnesses to come forward and they will investigate the cause of it. When they have concluded their investigations they will write a report and this will be needed if you are to make a personal injury compensation claim.

    You should also have sought immediate medical attention and a copy of your medical report will also be required if you wish to file a claim for injuries.

    How long do I have to file a claim?

    Usually you have three years to make a claim for injuries sustained in an accident that occurred in the UK, although in the case of some accidents and the injuries resulting from them, you have much less time to file a claim. If you need to know how long you have to file your claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline. We can give you this and much more information about the claims’ process.

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    Call us at Accident Advice Helpline day or night for expert legal advice about your potential personal injury compensation claim; our freephone lines are always open for your calls. From a landline call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile the number to ring is 0333 500 0993. Why not call now for expert legal advice?

    Date Published: 30th September 2014

    Author: leva20

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