Working as a professional bike courier can be an exhilarating experience – out on the open road for large portions of the day you get to see many sights, breathe in fresh air and get in your daily quota of exercise.
What could be better?
Of course, the downside is that working as a bike courier can leave you open to the dangers of the British roads. As a cyclist, you are undeniably more vulnerable than the vast majority of other road users and this can mean that if you are involved in an accident, you can be injured quite seriously.
If you have been injured whilst performing your day to day duties as a bike courier, whether on the roads or in another situation, contact Accident Advice Helpline today and speak to our experienced solicitor in Orleton.
Speak to an experienced solicitor Orleton
By contacting Accident Advice Helpline you can be put through to one of the industry’s leading injury solicitors in Orleton. They will be able to discuss your accident and the injuries you have suffered as a result in great detail and let you know whether you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Alternatively, you can simply go on to our website and take our 30 second test which will tell you immediately if you are eligible to make a claim and will also give a good idea of how much your compensation claim might actually be worth.
Our in house injury solicitors in Orleton are all experts in their field and deal with a wide variety of compensation and personal injury claims each and every year. As a result, you can rest assured that you are receiving the very best care, attention and legal advice that there is to offer, all with no upfront fees. Remember, if you don’t win there is no fee to pay.
If you are a bike courier you may be injured in any number of different accidents, and our injury solicitors in Orleton will be able help to help you. All we need to know is that the accident was not your fault, or you were at least only partially responsible if at all.
One of the most common ways for a bike courier to be injured and one that our injury solicitor in Orleton will work on more frequently, is in a road traffic collision with another road user. These accidents can result in a variety of different injuries from broken bones to amputations and head injuries.
Dangerous road surfaces
Poorly maintained and damaged road surfaces are exceptionally dangerous hazards to cyclists, as they are more vulnerable to things such as pot holes. If you have been injured as a result of such an incident, your injury solicitor in Orleton will help you make your claim against the authority responsible for maintaining the road surface.
Contact us today
Remember, you only have three years to make a claim for personal injury so contact us today for advice.
Date Published: 18th December 2013
Author: David Brown