We offer a free initial consultation to anyone who has suffered cycling accident injuries and thinks they have a claim due to another party's negligence.
The type of cycling injury doesn’t matter – if you believe this was not your fault and someone else was negligent, talk to us by calling the number on the right.
To save on your phone bill you can ask for a callback, and let our experts know what has happened.
We will be more than happy to legally advise you. We offer a no win no fee arrangement.
In addition to recovering compensation for pain and suffering, we assist in a number of other ways.
Our sister company Cycle Accident Claims Management was created many years ago, after the need for our specialist advice and service continued to grow.
We now enjoy over 25 years' experience in helping cyclists make cycling accident claims.
If you are suffering because of a cycling accident injury, let us help you to explore the possibility of making a claim for compensation.
Claiming for compensation with specialist cycling injury solicitors is the best way to ensure you don’t lose out financially because of a cycling accident that was not your fault.
The money you might receive could help to pay for medical treatment and rehabilitation that might help you to recover.
You can also choose where your cycle is repaired or where the replacement is sourced.
Claiming cycle accident compensation will mean that, while you cannot work, household bills (mortgage, gas, electricity etc.) do not become a worry for you or your family.
Learn more about how we can help you in your situation by visiting the Cycle Accident Claims Management website below (you'll also enjoy a 10% discount on services when mentioning you read this on the KLS Law website).
|Head||Skull fracture, concussion, brain contusion, intracranial hemorrhage|
|Face/eye||Contusions, facial fractures, dental fractures, corneal foreign bodies|
|Chest||Rib fractures, parenchymal lung injury|
Splenic rupture, hepatic laceration, renal contusion, pancreatic trauma, vascular perforation, small or large bowel contusion, rupture, traumatic hernia
Urethral and vulval trauma, pelvic fractures
|Musculoskeletal||Fractures, dislocation, strains|
|Skin/soft tissue||Abrasions, lacerations, contusions|
|Loss of life|
A 37-year-old male client living in South East England sustained soft tissue injuries to his right hand, arm and neck following an accident with a vehicle, causing him to come off his pedal bike. He also sustained psychological trauma, could not come to terms with riding his bike again, had a 10-year history of depression and the combination of physical and psychological injury caused him to be off work (in his self-employed painter and decorator job) for 6 months.
Treatment was arranged, including steroid injections at no cost to the client, which slightly ameliorated his symptoms. We instructed a top pain consultant and psychologist, obtaining strong evidence to show the injuries were all accident related. The injuries went into manifest in complex regional pain syndrome.
The Defendant’s insurers admitted liability but attacked the claim, pointing to a pre-history of psychological symptoms and some previous back and neck complaints. However, thanks largely to the impressive nature of the medical evidence, we obtained a successful outcome and the client recovered in the region of £125 000.