With its dreaming spires and distinguished university, the cosmopolitan city of Oxford is a melting pot of culture, history and commerce. The University of Oxford, venerated throughout the world for its position in history as a unique and exceptional seat of learning, is one of the oldest universities in the world and was first mentioned in the 12th century.
The university has 38 colleges and has nurtured some of the most celebrated historical figures of all time including royalty, heads of state, Nobel Prize winners, sporting heroes and famous explorers.
Traditional Oxford customs include punting, rowing and cycling and people come from miles around to gather and celebrate May Day on Magdalen Bridge in the early hours of the morning. Whether you are visiting Oxford for business, study or pleasure, accidents can happen and if you are injured you may require the services Oxford ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers.
I want to claim compensation for my injury – can Oxford ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers help?
You are legally entitled to claim compensation for any accidents that caused you to have injuries in the last 3 years that were not your fault. Accident Advice Helpline can guide you through the claims process by providing friendly and expert help. To speak to a specialist claims adviser, call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.
What kind of injuries can Oxford ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers help me claim compensation for?
Many people prefer to cycle in the City of Oxford due to its busy roads and congestion, but it is not without risk. Even away from the traffic, on one of the good network of cycle paths, there is still a risk of injury due to the thoughtless or negligent actions of other people. Despite taking reasonable precautions such as using reflective clothing, helmets and lights, accidents are still possible and if you are injured you may choose to pursue your compensation claim using Oxford ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers. Cycling accidents and injuries may include the following:
- Uneven surface: potholes along a road or cycling path can present a major danger to cyclists. Collisions into oncoming traffic are likely if cyclists swerve to avoid them and falls can occur if the cyclist rides over them losing balance. If potholes have been reported to the council before the accident then the authorities are liable for any injuries which commonly include arm, shoulder, spine and leg injuries.
- Vehicles – vehicle drivers can often fail to notice cyclists and accidents can occur in various situations leading to injuries such as spinal damage and internal bleeding. Cars overtaking cyclists too closely or quickly can sometimes clip them, knocking the victim to the ground. Drivers opening doors without checking first can knock cyclists into oncoming traffic.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.