Cycling Accident Compensation Claims
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- No win no fee – so there is no risk to you
- Expert legal advice – Legal 500 recommended lawyers
- Nationwide service – caring support all over the UK
Coles Miller’s personal injury solicitors are recognised for their expertise in dealing with serious head and brain injury compensation claims.
Our legal experts are recommended in the UK Legal 500 guide to Britain’s top lawyers. We specialise in difficult and complex cases but take on injury claims of all sizes.
We understand victims’ needs. Coles Miller Partner Adrian Cormack – the head of our Personal Injury department – has himself been the victim of a cycling accident.
And Coles Miller Personal Injury Executive Brian Parsons specialises in cycle and motorcycle accident claims.
Contact us today for a free initial consultation – get help and advice on your legal rights as a cyclist.
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How We Support Cycling Injury Victims
- Fast help – from specialist road accident claims lawyers
- Rapid compensation – interim payments while your case progresses
- Stress-free claiming – so you can concentrate on recovery
Victims of cycling accidents need immediate treatment and care. They also need support to help them cope with all their normal day-to-day responsibilities and commitments.
The lawyer handling your claim will project manage your case, liaising directly with doctors and nursing staff to ensure you are getting the right care and rehabilitation.
We are with you every step of the way, whether your recovery and compensation claim takes weeks, months or years.
Our lawyers have a proven track record of getting victims swift interim compensation - so you do not have to wait until the final court judgment before getting the money you need to fund your treatment.
Video: How We Help Cycling Accident Victims
"The expert advice we've had was fantastic, absolutely invaluable," said Steve Cooper, father of accident victim Mike.
Mike suffered a serious head injury after being knocked off his bike at the age of 20.
Coles Miller helped the Coopers to claim compensation, set up a trust and arrange care for Mike.
Watch this short video to find out more...
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What You Can Claim For As A Victim
Compensation claims by cyclists injured in road accidents can include the following:
- injuries suffered – including ongoing health issues that have occurred as a result of the crash and also psychological injuries
- damage to your bicycle and clothing
- loss of earnings – this is particularly important if you are self-employed
- increased travel costs incurred as a result of not being able to cycle due to injury to yourself and/or damage to your bicycle.
Our personal injury lawyers can help you to gather evidence to support your claim. This can include police reports, medical reports and assessments, video evidence (CCTV), witness statements and repair estimates.
Other evidence to support your claim could include the original receipts from the purchase of your bicycle, helmet and clothing that you were wearing at the time of the accident.
Case Studies: Cycling Accident Victims We Helped
Wimborne, Dorset: A 48-year-old cyclist who needed surgery to his right knee plus a metal plate and four screws in his left leg agreed to £105,000 in compensation after Coles Miller took up his case.
He was initially offered £56,000 by the defendant’s insurer but we helped him to secure a higher compensation offer – even though the three-year limitation had passed.
That £105,000 higher offer included £48,000 in interim damages so the victim didn’t have to wait for the final settlement before getting paid.
The accident happened at a roundabout. The defendant admitted liability after driving at speed and clipping the cyclist’s rear wheel.
Poole, Dorset: Coles Miller helped a cyclist in his 30s to claim £12,000 in compensation after he was knocked off his bike by a car while cycling home from work.
The car driver attempted to deny all responsibility but we obtained CCTV footage from a nearby industrial unit which proved that our client had been telling the truth.
Our client sustained significant head injuries in the crash. He suffered headaches and concentration problems for up to 12 months but was able to make a full recovery.
Contact Us Now For Expert Legal Advice
Get expert help claiming compensation – email us using the Make An Enquiry form below or phone us on 01202 355695.