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Cyclists are at a much greater risk of serious injury than other road users. Although injury statistics are falling year-on-year, 1,000s of cyclists are killed or injured each year (Department of Transport data).

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Cycling injury compensation claims

Although injury rates are generally better in the UK than in most of Europe, accidents on rural roads are more likely to result in serious injury than elsewhere on the continent.

Common injuries arising from cycling accidents include:

  • Multiple fractures
  • Head injuries
  • Internal injuries
  • Neck and back injuries, including whiplash

If you have been injured when cycling on Britain's roads, we can assist with a cycling injury claim.

Your solicitor will have years of experience handling claims on behalf of injured cyclists. Your lawyer will work ensure you receive the right compensation for your injuries, factoring in the effect the accident has had on your life, pastimes and ability to work.

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