Are you a cyclist who’s been injured through no fault of your own when cycling the often perilous streets of London? Whether you need advice about whether you’re entitled to make a claim, or just want to make sure you’re getting the best representation possible for your claim, talk to us today and let us help you claim road traffic accident compensation in Westminster.
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
We are a law firm with 15 years of experience in helping claimants who’ve been injured in accidents that weren’t their fault. Our experience is extensive, and our work is endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen, champion of UK consumer rights so you know you can trust us.
We operate on a 100% no win no fee basis, and we never charge you upfront fees for our services. You can even call us without any obligation at all. We will give you expert advice, but then it’s up to you if you want to proceed with a claim for road traffic accident compensation in Westminster.
You can speak to our friendly professional advisors at any time, on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Road traffic accident compensation for cyclists
Cyclists are very vulnerable road users, however careful they are. You’ll be aware that while many other road users look out for you, not all do – and every day you cycle you have to be on the look out for drivers who don’t see you, don’t give you enough room, or just don’t seem to appreciate your rights as a fellow road user.
If a cyclist is injured on the roads, it can be a very upsetting and distressing experience, and cyclists run the risk of very serious injuries, facing the risk of collision with a car or a larger vehicle.
If the worst has happened to you, and you’ve been injured due to the fault of another road user, or even because of inadequately maintained roads, then it’s likely you’re entitled to seek compensation.
How do you know if you’re entitled to claim for road traffic accident compensation in Westminster?
In general, to make a claim, the following three elements are required:
- The accident should be someone else’s fault
- The accident should have taken place in the last three years (the more recent the better, in terms of the strength of your claim), and
- The accident must have caused you some physical and/or emotional injury, for which there is medical evidence
To get clear advice about whether or not you’re entitled to make a claim, speak to one of our advisors today.
Before you call, it might help to take our 30 second test online. This will give you an idea of how much your claim might be worth and how much compensation you could obtain. Try it now!