If you or a loved one have been injured in a cycle accident that was caused at least in part by the actions of another road user you might be entitled to claim compensation.
But who should you speak to? How do you go about making a claim? How much will it cost?
To find out more about what is involved in making a claim, click on the links below.
- Should you accept an offer from your insurance company?
- What should you do first?
- What happens when you make a claim?
- What if you are claiming on behalf of someone else?
- How long will it take?
- How much will it cost?
- How much compensation will you get?
- Things your lawyer will need to know
- Should you make a claim?
Alternatively, give us a call and one of our specialist cycle injury lawyers will be happy to chat things through, free of charge and with no obligation.
Different time limits may apply to the making of your compensation claim depending on your age and the nature of your accident. However, whatever your circumstances, it is essential you receive legal advice as to the time limits that apply to your case.
In most cases of negligence causing personal injury, a three-year time limit applies. This means you must commence your claim within three years of your date of accident or diagnosis of injury.
Claim with Thompsons
Thompsons' Solicitors is the leading personal injury firm in the country. We are experts in advising people about road accident compensation claims. Whether your injuries are relatively minor or, as is often the case in cycling accidents, they are serious and life-changing, talk to Thompsons so that we can advise you on your best course of immediate action.
We have an excellent success rate - we win over 90% of our personal injury cases and recover over £1 million every week for our clients.
Thinking about a compensation claim? Talk to an expert on 0800 0891331 and speak with our personal injury solicitors about what is involved in the claims process.