There are many people throughout the UK who enjoy cycling. There are also many who will not get on a bike, as they believe that they might be injured in an RTA and join the ranks of injured cyclists who end up raising Mendip car accident claims in search of compensation.
The same logic applies to motorbikes. Many people will not get on a motorbike for fear of being seriously injured or killed in an accident.
Using Accident Advice Helpline to raise Mendip car accident claims involving motorbikes
Unfortunately motorbike accidents happen all of the time, and if you are unlucky enough to be involved in one, and you were not at fault, then you should consider talking to Accident Advice Helpline. Our no win no fee claim system is often used by injury victims launching Mendip car accident claims whereby motorbike riders and pillion passengers have been injured.
It is your legal and moral right to receive compensation if you’ve been hurt and someone else is to blame.. To claim your compensation, call on the injury claim services of Accident Advice Helpline. We have helped many people with their Mendip car accident claims and can help you too.
Injury compensation helps
We understand that there is no amount of compensation you could receive that would take away all of the pain and suffering that you have been put though. However some compensation may make your life a little bit easier; especially if you incurred extra costs and expenses because of your injury.
How to minimise the risk of needing to make Mendip car accident claims
There are a few ways in which cyclists can minimise the risk of being involved in a cycling accident, thus reducing the risk of needing to make Mendip car accident claims.
- Make sure the lights, brakes and chain are all in good working order so that none of them let you down.
- You do not have to take a test to ride on the roads, but it is still advisable to learn the Highway Code.
- A safety helmet is a legal requirement. Choose a good quality one.
- Never ride a pushbike on a motorway. It’s not only illegal, it’s very dangerous
- Never hang onto the back of a moving vehicle.
- Don’t wear headphones for music or your mobile phone. They could prevent you hearing unseen traffic.
- Don’t ride your bike on pavements. As well as being illegal it can be dangerous for both pedestrians and cyclists.
- Be careful around parked cars. Motorists do not always look before opening car doors.
Making your claim for compensation with Accident Advice Helpline
One of the best ways of making a claim for compensation is to work with Accident Advice Helpline. We operate a free 24/7 helpline that many people use if they have queries or concerns. It can be accessed from any landline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
Why not get in touch today? Strike while the iron is hot!
Date Published: 12th December 2014
Author: David Brown