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Lawyer in Stornoway – cycling

Would you believe that cycling is the third most popular hobby in the United Kingdom. Riders of all ages, from kids to pensioners, love bikes and many of them use them just for pleasure. There are some who use them for getting to and from work and then there are the professional riders who race them.

It does not really matter what the reason why you are out on your bike, if you have been injured in an accident that was no fault of your own, and those injuries needed medical attention, you could be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Providing the accident happened no longer than three years ago, a lawyer in Stornoway from Accident Advice Helpline can help you to claim your compensation.

Who was at fault for the accident?

If your bike was defective, if you hit a pothole or if another road user ran into you are all possibilities of someone else being at fault for your injuries. But these are only a very small example of how things can go wrong when you are cycling. There are limitless ways someone else could cause an accident in which you are injured, and no matter what the cause, lawyer in Stornoway will help with your personal injury claim.

What injuries could I get in a bike accident?

The cyclist has very little protection compared to other people on the road, and their injuries tend to be a whole lot more more serious. But some of the more common cycling injuries we come across are:

• Broken or cracked bones
• Head or brain injuries
• Joint damage
• Road rash
• Back and spinal injuries
• Soft tissue injuries such as whiplash

Some of these injuries can be life changing for the victim and those close to them, and this will need accounting for when making your personal injury claim.

Help from the experts – a lawyer in Stornoway at Accident Advice Helpline

Accident Advice Helpline can help you with a claim for any type of injury from any type of accident; we are experts in making personal injury claims. It is what we specialise in and all we have done for the last 13 years. We have helped many thousands of victims get the access to justice they were legally entitled to, resulting in the compensation they deserved.

We operate on a no win no fee* basis so that no victim us unable to make a claim because of finances. No money is needed to start the claim, and no money is needed if the claim is lost.

Our advisors are there to help with all the information you will need to decide if you want to continue with a claim. They are available on our hour freephone helpline, 0800 180 4123.

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