Injury Lawyers in Mold


Mountain bike accidents in Mold

The town of Mold in Flintshire, Wales lies on the River Alyn, 10 miles west to the border of England. The town has a population of approximated 9,600 people.

The town grew around the Mold Castle that was built around 1140 as part of the military invasion of Wales by Anglo-Norman forces.

The end of the Welsh Wars led to an increase in trade between English and Welsh merchants.

The riot in Mold in 1869 greatly influenced policing of public disturbances in the UK. Today Mold is popular with visitors for historic churches and prehistoric treasures. The 4,000 year old Mold Cape is one of the most important Bronze Age discoveries in Europe.  The town is also popular for hiking and mountain biking, with its beautiful countryside it’s not hard to see why.

Unfortunately injury lawyers in Mold often come across mountain bike accidents that cause personal injury.

Injury lawyers in Mold give tips for safe cycling

  • Always wear a helmet
  • Regularly maintain your bike, e.g. pressure in tyres and check that your breaks work
  • Wear bright clothing
  • Use hand signals for turns
  • Use appropriate lighting equipment at night
  • Ride with the flow of traffic
  • Respect road signs and traffic signals

Sometimes no matter how careful you are other road users are not so vigilant and considerate. This can result in a mountain bike accident.

Common mountain bike accidents injury lawyers in Mold come across

  • Vehicle driver opening door
  • Dog attack
  • Rear-ended by vehicle
  • Vehicle turning at a junction
  • Vehicle overtaking
  • Collision with other cyclist
  • Vehicle changing lanes

However you were injured, if you believe the accident was not your fault then you may be entitled to personal injury compensation.

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We are an established and leading law firm specialising in personal injury claims. Together with our injury lawyers in Mold, we can help you win the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Accident Advice Helpline has been in the business for over 10 years and provides reliable, accurate, no nonsense advice. We have successfully claimed compensation for thousands of people of the years. Take a look at our testimonials for past client experiences. We are a company you can trust.

To start the process call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile and speak to one of our helpful advisers for more information. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. You can also use our compensation calculator to check the validity of your claim and check how much you may be awarded.

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