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Cycling Accidents

Cyclists can be vulnerable to accidents caused by careless drivers, and these can cause severe injuries, particularly if they involve being hit by a car and being knocked off your bike. We are passionate about protecting the rights of cyclists on the roads.

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We understand that you may be suffering from serious and life-changing injuries, however, you may also be experiencing financial consequences from your accident, such as loss of earnings, medical expenses, treatment, or rehabilitation.

Our dedicated and specialist team are here to listen to your specific circumstances and advise you on the steps you can take to claim compensation for your accident.

Here to help

If you are unable to cycle or work because of injuries caused by being knocked off your bike, we understand that you will want to focus on your recovery, alongside claiming the compensation you deserve.

If you have been injured whilst cycling, then you should seek urgent legal advice. Our experienced Personal Injury Solicitors are here to provide clear and straightforward advice and can quickly advise as to whether you have a valid claim.

Home Visit Service

With cyclists who have been severely injured, PM Law's solicitors will visit you at home to discuss the impact the accident has had on you no matter where in the country you are – it is all a part of our leading service to injured cyclists.

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There can be a range of common injuries sustained by cyclists during a road traffic incident, some of which may include:
  • Back, head and neck injuries
  • Broken limbs
  • Internal injuries to the head of the body
  • Paralysis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
Most accidents that involve cyclists are caused by the inattention or recklessness of motorists.

If you believe that you might have been partially responsible for the accident, you may still be entitled to seek compensation. Speak to our team today to help you assess your eligibility.
You have 3 years from the date of an accident in which to start a claim for compensation, or 3 years from the date of turning 18 if the accident happened when you were a child.

There are very limited exceptions to this rule, so please contact us to see if you are eligible.
You may be eligible to make a claim for your cycling accident if it was caused by:
  • Back, head and neck injuries
  • Broken limbs
  • Bruising and soft tissue injuries
  • Internal injuries to the head or the body
  • Paralysis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
You can claim compensation for any injuries that you have sustained from an accident where someone else was either fully at fault or if you were partially to blame for the accident. Liability can flow both ways and we can explain as to what extent you will be able to claim.

You can claim compensation for any injuries that you have sustained from an accident where someone else was either fully at fault or if you were partially to blame for the accident. Liability can flow both ways and we can explain as to what extent you will be able to claim.

Additionally, you can also claim for any damages to your bicycle or property as part of your injury claim. We know the cost of damaged cycling equipment can add up, so we will be able to explain the potential compensation you are likely to receive.
The amount of compensation that you will receive will depend on the severity of your injuries and your specific circumstances.

To aid in your recovery, you may also be able to claim for physiotherapy costs or other vital rehabilitation needs.

There are two types of damages you may receive; these are split into:
  • General damages: this reflects the pain and suffering experienced, both psychological and/or physical trauma. The amount of compensation will mirror the extent of this pain and suffering.
  • Special damages: are also known as out-of-pocket expenses. They relate to the specific financial expenses paid out in relation to an injury. Special damages also include any loss of earnings due to your accident.
In most matters, damages are settled on outside of court without legal action. A small percentage of matters will require formal legal proceedings.

As your matter progresses, we will explain the process to you if there is a need to attend Court.
It is always preferable to have witnesses to support your case, but it is not unusual for there to be no witnesses. Your case can still succeed on the balance of probabilities.

It all turns on you providing a truthful account of what happened on the day, evidence of injury and any photos, all necessary for us to draft your claim.
If the road conditions were poor and you were injured, then we will look to claim against the local authority. Where there is clear liability from another road user, then we claim against the other party.

A ‘hit and run’ or an accident involving an uninsured driver will usually be processed through the Motor Insurance Bureau. Contact us to find out if you can still make a claim under these circumstances.

Why us?

We have assisted thousands of people in making claims for compensation across England and Wales. We’re here to help you claim the compensation you deserve, to aid in your recovery and to help you move forward in life.


...we don't deduct any success fee from your compensation.


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