Injury claim in Kew


In a Utopian world we would all ride bicycles, giving each other right of way with big smiles on our faces. But in the real world this is not so at all, and the consideration that drivers have to cyclists is practically non-existent. This is why when one considers how many cyclists are on the road in the Kew area of south west London, they have to additionally consider how many accidents occur because they are generally not watched out for.

Many cyclists in this borough of Richmond upon Thames have found themselves calling Accident Advice Helpline to file an injury claim in Kew. This is because London cyclists get injured due to the lack of caring on the side of drivers. So, if you are unlucky enough to end up in the same situation, remember who TV presenter Esther Rantzen recommends — Accident Advice Helpline. We can be contacted on our free number: 0800 689 0500.

Making your injury claim in Kew for cycling accidents

If you have ever been involved in a cycling accident, you’ll already know how scary it is. There is so little you can do to prevent it, and your body is unprotected. This is why so many injuries like the ones listed below are registered:

  • Head injuries – Whether you wear a helmet or not, head injuries are a problem that you may have when involved in a cycling accident. This is because the impact of the ground on the helmet is heavy. You may be susceptible to brain injuries.
  • Broken bones – One of the most common injuries that cause cyclists to pursue an injury claim in Kew, broken bones range from small fractures to multiple breaks. Though both can be overcome, the pain and the healing time are often extensive.
  • Ankle problems – Serious cyclists will be aware that when you cycle, you attach the links in your shoes to the stirrup of the bike. This is not an easy thing to disconnect, and thus when involved in an accident, your foot may be trapped in the stirrup, causing ankle injuries, knee dislocations and a multitude of other problems.

You are not alone in your injury claim in Kew

No matter what you have gone through in a cycling accident, just remember that when pursuing an injury claim in Kew, you are not alone. You have Accident Advice Helpline on your side, and we have helped many people to pursue claims and be compensated for their injuries. At the very least, we will be able to give you advice about your claim and help you come to terms with what has happened to you.

If you were involved in a cycling accident in Kew that was not your fault, remember that Accident Advice Helpline will always be there for you. You can call us whenever you need advice on a claim, or just to talk about what kind of compensation you think is fair.

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