Injury Solicitors in Humbie


How to ride a bike in snow – Injury Solicitors in Humbie

Riding a bike is a great way to get around. Not only is it environmentally friendly, but it also keeps you fit and costs almost nothing to get started and keep up with. However, riding a bike can also make your more vulnerable to other road users and weather conditions that may not affect those in cars and pedestrians as much, such as snowy weather. Here are some tips on staying safe when biking in the snow.

Stay calm

The best way to keep control of your bike, even in icy conditions, is to ride slowly and with purpose, and remaining calm enough to make decisions as you go. Remember to turn slowly and move carefully on your bike, and always be prepared to get off of the bike and walk with it if necessary.

Watch where you are going

It is always best to avoid riding a bike in an actual snowstorm, as your vision will be too obscured to know where you are going. If it is not actually snowing then simply keep your eyes on the road and look out for obstacles or patches of ice which may cause problems.

Position your body

Make sure that your weight is positioned carefully to keep your bike stable and give it the most contact with the road possible. This means shifting your weight slightly back so that the back wheel remains constant with the road.

If you need Injury Solicitors in Humbie

If you have been in an accident that was caused by another road user, whether the snow was a factor or not, you may be able to use Injury Solicitors in Humbie to claim compensation against them. Compensation can help you through an injury and make you feel better after an accident in a number of ways. First of all it helps with the emotional side of your recovery, proving to you that you were not in the wrong in your accident, and offering you the financial support you need to pay for counselling. Secondly the compensation will also pay for medical treatment and help around the house to help you to recover that much faster.

The Accident Advice Helpline works with experienced and dedicated Injury Solicitors in Humbie to get you the compensation you deserve, and can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. When you call the helpline you will speak to the friendly, helpful team about your accident, and they will help you to decide whether you want to make a claim or not. You are under no obligation to proceed after this initial phone call, but if you do decide to, Injury Solicitors in Humbie will help you through your claim.

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