Injury Lawyers in Shaftesbury


Injury Lawyers in Shaftesbury

According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, there are 19,000 cyclists killed or injured in road accidents across the UK each year, including children.

If you or a loved one has been hurt in a bike accident, call our injury lawyers in Shaftesbury to see how much you could claim for an accident. We deal with road accident claims on a daily basis, and can help you get the maximum amount possible from the negligent party. Provided you can prove the accident was someone else’s fault and it’s taken place within the past three years, you could very well receive thousands of pounds in a settlement.

See How Much You Could Claim

Cyclists can sustain any number of injuries on Britain’s busy roads. From road rash and lacerations to head injuries, neck and spine injuries, broken bones sprains and more, the list goes on and on. And these injuries can require extensive medical care to fully heal, which can disrupt family life, work and finances.

Want to see how much you could receive in a settlement? There are a couple of ways in which you could see how much you could potentially receive:

  • Online – for a quick quote, you can use our thirty second claims calculator online. Simply fill in a few supporting facts about your accident such as when and where it occurred as well as the nature of the injury sustained, and you can be looking at a rough estimate of damages in seconds. You can also fill in a longer online form and have one of our claims advisers call you back.
  • Over the phone – You can call our 24/7 helpline directly to speak to an adviser.

Once you’ve seen how much you could receive, we’ll put you in touch with a personal injury lawyer servicing Shaftesbury and the surrounding areas to represent your case. We work on a no win, no fee* basis, and in many instances can settle cases outside of court, so all you have to do is wait for your compensation cheque.

Contact Our Injury Lawyers in Shaftesbury

If you’ve been injured as a cyclist and need the help of trustworthy injury lawyers in Shaftesbury residents should give us a call. We’re so good at what we do, we help award £30 million a year in damages to deserving people across the country. We’re recommended not only by the many people we’ve helped over our thirteen years in business, but also by consumer advocate Esther Rantzen, who joined Accident Advice Helpline in 2003. If you’ve been hurt as a cyclist, whether it be the fault of poorly maintained roads or other motorists, call our injury lawyers in Shaftesbury on 0800 180 4123 for a free quote.

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