There are plenty of towns in Renfrewshire, and one of these is called Erskine. In Scottish Gaelic, the town is called Arasgain. It has a population of around 15,300 people, and is close to the northern end of the county. It is very close to the south bank of the River Clyde, too. The town is also known as a commuter town for those travelling into Glasgow to work. So, if you wanted to find Erskine accident claim solicitors, chances are you could find them in Glasgow if you couldn’t locate them closer to home in Erskine.
Very few people have good cause to look for a solicitor with this specialism each year. However, some people do require someone like this, and it is usually because they – or someone in their family – has suffered an accident. If this happens, it can leave you with financial concerns as well as injuries.
Accidents while riding a bicycle
Many people love riding a bike, and do so either on daily journeys or for fun and exercise at the weekends. With lots of bike trails, cycle lanes, and off-road areas to visit, there are many reasons why you might take up cycling, and lots of experiences to look forward to as well. Most people will take appropriate precautions and wear a helmet and gloves, as well as clothing that covers everything in case they do have an accident. But some injuries can still be sustained, and some accidents can be experienced purely because someone else does something wrong.
For example, some drivers – although far from all of them – don’t take enough notice of cyclists. They may not give them enough room as they go past them, for example. They might even decide to turn left in front of them – an action that can potentially lead to injuries happening if the cyclist is knocked off their bike. Injuries can be very serious, too, and may mean the individual must miss work or even stop working completely in some cases, because they can no longer do so at all.
Could Erskine accident claim solicitors help with your cycling accident?
Erskine accident claim solicitors may be able to handle compensation claims stemming from all sorts of accidents. However, there are times when you need a faster way to get in touch with someone with this specialism in law. Knowing you can call someone who handles personal injury claims if you should ever need to – and perhaps now, since you’re reading through this – means a lot.
Accident Advice Helpline has created an enquiry line you can ring now on 0800 689 0500. You could also ring on 0333 500 0993 if you only have your mobile close at hand. A cycling accident could mean far more than just some cuts and bruises. It might mean some serious injuries and it may even alter the way you live your life. If you can claim compensation, doesn’t it make sense to find out more from us?
Date Published: 2nd August 2017
Author: Rob Steen