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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 injury lawyer in Shirland


    In Derbyshire, the former mining village of Shirland is well known for its great sights and many people who visit it enjoy the chance to hop onto a bicycle for a tour of the town.

    However, accidents on bicycles are quite common and this means that injuries can happen to you too when it comes to cycling. If you are ever in this unfortunate position, whether in Shirland or in your hometown, know that you can get hold of a cycling injury lawyer in Shirland if you need to.

    How to do it

    Getting hold of a cycling injury lawyer in Shirland is relatively easy to do, just call Accident Advice Helpline. Why do that? Because they have helped many people in the past get some form of compensation for their injuries.

    Not just on bicycles, but generally in accidents that were not their fault. If you need to you can also try their 30-second test, which is available on their website, and you will be assured of all the information you need to make a claim.

    Expert cycling injury lawyer in Shirland

    There are a variety of injuries that you may suffer as the result of an accident on a bicycle, and because drivers of cars do not necessarily look out for cyclists, they are more common than you may think.

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    • Broken bones – as you may have guessed, broken bones are really the biggest problem when someone falls of a bicycle. These need to be reset and usually are either simple, meaning there is one break, or complex, meaning the bone is broken in multiple places.
    • Bleeding, cuts and scratches – due to the impact of hitting the road, a cyclist in an accident will usually graze a large portion of their skin. While these heal over time, they can be physically disfiguring and may be the basis for a claim that you make with an injury lawyer in Shirland.
    • Head injuries – even if you are wearing a helmet when involved in an accident, you will find that any severe trauma to the head may cause confusion, dizziness, concussion or worse. These kinds of injuries are relatively common and though many people escape a head injury unscathed, many also die from it.

    Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today

    Don’t delay if you need help from an injury lawyer in Shirland today. Call Accident Advice Helpline and get the right answers to the questions that are on your mind. If you don’t call and make a claim today, you may be left with no form of compensation tomorrow and this would be even more traumatic than the accident.

    Date Published: 30th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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