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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury lawyer in Montgomery

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    Cyclists enjoy riding in countryside such as that in the area of Montgomery, but if they have an accident that was the fault of someone else and sustain injuries bad enough to need medical attention, they may want to contact an injury lawyer in Montgomery.

    The seriousness of cycling injuries

    Serious injuries happen with cycling accidents, even sometimes fatalities. As the cyclist is so exposed, this is inevitable. However, even apparently minor injuries can mean having to lose time from work or having to pay for physiotherapy. All extra costs or losses should be considered to see if they could be part of your claim when using an injury lawyer in Montgomery.

    Head or brain injuries can be particularly serious and may certainly warrant a claim for compensation.

    Brain damage can be life-changing, not just for the victim but for those around them as well. If the condition of the victim is such that they are no longer capable of dealing with these matters themselves, a family member may want to use an injury lawyer in Montgomery in order to take legal action. There may be care costs involved, among other things, and the victim should be in a financial position to have whatever they need.

    Reducing the risk of accidents occurring

    There are things the cyclist can do to try and reduce the risks of serious injuries, such as:

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    • Wearing the correct protective clothing, as well as a good quality helmet. Kneepads, elbow pads and good footwear will all help. The rider should make sure they wear the helmet correctly, not tilted backwards on their head.
    • Making themselves as visible as possible. High-visibility clothing helps, just make sure you do not blend in with your surroundings by wearing all green while riding in the countryside.
    • Leave at least a door’s width if riding past parked cars. It is common for drivers to open their doors and knock cyclists off their bikes, and the consequences can be very nasty.
    • If riding with other cyclists, do not ride alongside each other. The drivers of cars who are trying to overtake bikes may get impatient and end up taking risks they should not. Although an accident in this situation would be the driver’s fault, and you may be able to make an injury claim, it is better not to have the injuries to start with.

    Contact Accident Advice Helpline now

    If you’ve suffered an injury whilst cycling and you weren’t at fault, contact us now and find out more about making a claim. Just call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll be happy to help.

    Date Published: 12th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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