Injury claim in Holmes Chapel


Cyclists in Cheshire East tend be unlucky when it comes to road incidents. They are often not even seen by drivers and have the bad luck of being knocked down or side swung. This happens when a car doesn’t see them and changes lanes, hitting them with the side of the car, knocking them down. But if this describes a situation that has happened to you, know that you do have the option of makining an injury claim in Holmes Chapel.

Accident Advice Helpline, the experts that Esther Rantzen recommends, have seen these kinds of injuries and can help. By simply taking the 30-second test on their website, you can find out whether you have a valid injury claim to make in Holmes Chapel and may be able to get some form of compensation.

Cyclist injury claims in Holmes Chapel

When a cyclist is knocked down in the Holmes Chapel area, they may experience a number of injuries, often all at once and may not be able to function for some time. Some of these have been classified as:

  • Bumps and bruises may seem like simple injuries at the time that they occur but they can be painful for a long time. Bruising your ribs may be serious enough that you won’t be able to work for at least a week and since there is no treatment, you may have to stay away from work, resulting in a loss of income.
  • Head injuries can be dealt to those cyclists who are knocked down and these can range from simple pain at the time of the accident to serious injuries such as concussion and loss of memory. If this has happened to you, you should definitely make an injury claim in Holmes Chapel.
  • Dislocations also happen very often to cyclists and this is because they are knocked off their bikes at an angle. A dislocated shoulder or knee may be easy enough to pop back into its socket but the stretched tendons that come with it can restrict movement and this means you won’t be able to get out of bed. This is a serious injury and you may even need some form of rehabilitation to get through it.

Options available to claim in Cheshire East

As a Holmes Chapel or Cheshire East cyclist, you have a right to use the road just like everyone else, but drivers seem to forget this sometimes. Accident Advice Helpline certainly won’t and when you call them on 0800 689 0500, they can offer you real advice that will help you with your injury claim in Holmes Chapel.

So why not call today to see what options are available to you if you have been injured? You deserve some form of compensation for the pain you have experienced but the only way to get it is to pick up the phone and call.

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