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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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    East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation


    If you’re accustomed to getting about the place on a pushbike, you’re probably all too aware of how dangerous the roads can be for cyclists. Other road users are notoriously bad when it comes to looking out for bike riders, while some actively dislike cyclists to the degree where they will go out of their way to behave in a manner that could upset them.

    If you’re involved in an accident that was not your fault while riding your bike that involved another vehicle, there will be a chance that you might well be able to claim East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation from the negligent party. In most cases, the insurance firm that provided cover for the individual or organisation that was responsible for you being hurt would have to pay any compensation you were awarded, but what would happen if you were injured in an accident that was not your fault that involved another bike rider?

    Bike-on-bike accidents and East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation

    Imagine that you were making your way to work on your pushbike as you do every morning. It’s a beautiful day, and you’re enjoying the ride, with the prospect of being involved in an accident that was not to fault and then being put in a position to claim East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation very far from your mind indeed.

    You stop at a set of traffic lights to wait for them to go green, when without warning, another cyclist rams into the back of you, sending you flying over your handlebars. You hit the ground face-first, losing a number of your teeth as a consequence.

    Under these circumstances, you may be able to claim for East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation if you were out and about on work business from the cyclist who was responsible for you being hurt, but their ability to pay might be affected by whether or not they have liability insurance. As cyclists are not required by law to hold this type of cover, you might well find that the person that injured you might not be able to pay.

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    This is not to say that it will not be worthwhile taking action in circumstances similar to these. If you have suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault in circumstances like these, you would be well advised to get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to discuss your chances of successfully launching a personal injury case and claiming the East Riding of Yorkshire accident at work compensation to which you might be entitled.

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