Cycling Accident Compensation Claim

Cycling Accident Compensation Claim

After incidents involving motorbikes, cyclists are those most at risk to an accident on our roads and are 10 times more likely to be involved in an accident than a car.

If you have been injured in a cycling accident, then you may be entitled to make a Cycling Accident Compensation Claim.

Claims National have a wealth of experience in cyclist claims and can tell you straight away if you have a claim for compensation.

Call our 24 Hour Support line NOW on 0844 854 5090.

Unlike car drivers, cyclists are not protected by a steel shell, making broken bone and head injuries common in these types of accidents. In any case, we always advise you seek medical attention immediately after the accident.

Unfortunately, many people think because their bicycle is not insured like a vehicle then they are not eligible to make a claim for compensation, this is simply not the case.

If, for example, you have been injured in an accident involving a vehicle then we would simply make a claim against the vehicle’s insurance.

At Claims National, we have dealt with hundreds of claims for accidents involving cyclists and achieved hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation for our clients. We specialise in providing FREE legal help and support for people who have suffered injuries as a result of a cycling accident.

We can help you make the right decision and secure the compensation you deserve. Your case will be dealt with in a strictly professional and confidential manor. There are no charges for legal fees and you will receive 100% of the compensation.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

The figures displayed are for guidance, for more assistance please call on: 0808 168 5385

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Cycling accidents are extremely common. In 2014, a shocking 6 children, and 103 adults were killed in cycling accidents. A total of 3,401 people were seriously injured due to cycling accidents, 247 of them being children, and finally, 17,773 people were slightly injured due to cycling accidents.

Did you know?
  • Around 75% of fatal or serious cycling accidents occur in urban areas
  • 80% of cycling accidents occur in daylight
  • 80% of cyclists’ casualties are male
  • One quarter of cyclists killed or injured are children
Common cycling accidents include:
  • Motorists emerging into the path of a cyclist
  • Cyclist riding into the path of a motor vehicle
  • Child cyclist playing or riding too fast