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Cycling Accident Claims

Recent research has shown that 43% of the population now either own a bike or have access to one. Of all road users, these people are the least well-protected.

As a cyclist, if you do have an accident, the injuries you suffer may well be serious. Typical injuries include broken bones particularly in the legs, arms and shoulders. Despite using a helmet, head and neck injuries are another potential consequence as well as soft tissue damage through the force of hitting another vehicle or the surface of the road.

Compensation for your cycling accident

Your injury may have been caused by a motorist turning across your path or a fall caused by a pothole or a pedestrian stepping out in front of you. If the injury is no fault of your own, Glanvilles will make sure your claim is carried for you as efficiently and stress-free as possible.

To make your claim, we’ll set up an appointment for you with an independent medical specialist. He or she will examine your injuries and prepare a medical report. This specialist will also advise you on any rehabilitation treatment that can help your recovery or relieve your symptoms. If these treatments involve any extra costs, they will be included in your overall compensation claim.

Modern cycles are expensive machines so though your health is our priority, our experienced  Personal Injury Team will also aim to recover the cost of your cycle or its repairs and any damage to your clothing in the fastest possible time.


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