We offer a professional service and our aim is to help guide you through your personal injury claim. We are happy to hear from you and will outline the strengths of your case.
We will outline the Personal Injury Compensation process to you, ensuring that you are comfortable in the knowledge that you have a great legal team supporting your case.
We will also be available to discuss how no win no fee solicitors agreements operate and how they could be important for you.
You can arrange an immediate over the phone consultation or come to one of our offices to discuss the case. Alternatively, a solicitor can meet you at your preferred location.
Whether you are driver, passenger, pedestrian or other, road accidents can be very stressful and traumatic for all those involved. Human error is the main cause of road accidents, causing the death of over 1.2million people every year according to the World Health Organisation. If you have been in a road accident it is important to find out the proper process to follow. Injuries acquired during accidents are seldom felt to their full extent immediately after the accident, therefore it is important to seek medical attention straight away, even if your injury is not serious. This not only provides medical evidence that can be invaluable in your claim for compensation, but also provides the opportunity to seek medical assistance and treatment for injuries that you may not have noticed immediately.
Bicycle accident claims are treated the same way as other road traffic accident claims. If you can prove that you sustained an injury as the result of another person’s negligence, you could have a lawsuit on your hands. Factors such as the severity of your injuries, how permanent their nature and what impact the accident has had on your life will determine how much your claim could be worth.
Most bicycle accident claims are based on the legal cause of action called “negligence.” Simply put, every person and business owes a duty to use reasonable care. If a person or business fails to use reasonable care, then they have acted negligently. If that negligence injures someone, the injured person has a civil cause of action against the negligent party for money damages.
Contact our friendly staff to help you through the process and pass along any advice for your particular situation.