Knocked off your bike?!
You need the help of an injury solicitor in Brickendon! Find one now at AAH – simply call us on 0800 689 0500.
Not sure claiming compensation is for you? Read on…
“I ride my bike for pleasure. I enjoy being out and about in the fresh air! Unfortunately, some months ago I was knocked by my bike at a junction. Not only was my bike badly damaged but I was also injured. Could AAH help me?”
Yes we can and we think that it is important that you do so, in our opinion.
It has been written into UK law for some time now that if you were hurt in an accident or incident that was not your fault then you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Cyclists rarely have insurance and so if you find yourself involved in a collision with a vehicle, your bike might come off worse; it could be damaged beyond repair. With so many people taking up cycling now, more and more cyclists are spending more on their bikes than ever before!
But, cyclists can also suffer from a range of extensive injuries too, from simple cuts and bruise, through to head injuries, facial injuries, shoulder and other joint problems. Claiming compensation through one of our expert and specialist injury solicitors in Brickendon might be a wise move…
How do you know you have a claim?
You can, of course, talk to one our advisers; our phone lines are open every hour of the day, every day of the week so YOU can contact us at a time that suits you.
But, as a general rule, you will need to bear the following 3 factors in mind:
- Was the accident your fault?
If you answer yes to this question, you may find it difficult to find an injury solicitor in Brickendon who will represent you, as personal injury law is quite clear that the accident must not have been your fault.
- Did it happen in the last 3 years?
Again, personal injury law stipulates clearly that the claimant must be looking to make their compensation claim within 3 years of the date of the accident. There is some flexibility in this deadline for those who are experiencing industrial diseases or those claimants who were under 18 years of age when the accident occurred.
But, there are still rules will this deadline and so if you need to check, we suggest talking to one of our injury solicitors in Brickendon.
- Did you receive medical attention for your injuries?
Customer often think that self-diagnosis will suffice but unfortunately, in the case of claiming compensation like the cyclists is looking to do, will need to have had their injuries taken care of by a medical practitioner – this can be your GP or the local A&E Department.
Don’t let the opportunity to claim compensation pass you by; call us on 0800 689 0500 and you could have one of the best injury solicitor Brickendon working on your case within days!