A cycle accident claim doesn't have to be an uphill struggle.
Cycle Accident Claims are here to carry you every step of the way of your bicycle accident claim, from medical help to getting you the compensation you deserve.
How Cycle Accident works
With our unique claims service we don't simply aim to obtain a one-off payment for your push bike accident, we are here to guide you through the process of physical, mental and financial recovery following a bicycle accident claim, however long that road may be.
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Getting you back in the saddle
At Cycle Accident Claims Management, our team of personal injury solicitors have over 25 years experience successfully settling bicycle accident claims on a no win, no fee basis. We can provide free, no obligation legal advice, and will be proactive in getting a quick response to your bicycle accident claim.
Founded by cyclists for cyclists, we look after you, your bike, and your kit.
We offer advice on all bicycle accidents, regardless of fault. This includes cases of hit and run and cycle accidents caused by poorly maintained roads.
We offer a nationwide service covering cycle accidents throughout the UK from London, Manchester and beyond. We will ensure that the cycle shop of your choice will be the one that repairs or replaces your damaged bike.
Our cycle accident specialists are here to help you get the compensation you deserve, with a network of medical professionals to assist with any necessary further treatment. Being cyclists ourselves, we know how important it is to get back in the saddle as soon as possible.
Our cycle claims are funded by a ‘No Win No Fee’ or Conditional Fee Agreement, which means there is no financial risk to you.
If your claim is successful, most of our fees will be paid by the Defendant. In the unlikely event that your case is unsuccessful, we will not charge you any fees.
Get in touch now for a free initial legal consultation and find out if your bicycle accident claim can be taken forward on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Cycling in the UK has transformed massively over the years, with over 3.7 million bicycles on the road.
For many of us, cycling has become an integral part of our daily routine, be it for commuting around cities such as London, a passionate hobby, sport or all three.
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