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Cycle Accident Cases Settled in the Past 2 Years

Posted on Jun 06, 2019

Cycle Accident Claims Management pride themselves on a fantastic settlement record thanks to the passionate, hard-working staff behind the name. One of these staff members is Solicitor Jan Canter, who offers over 25 years' experience. Learn more about his more recent settlements.

Road Works Don’t Consider Cyclists

Posted on Apr 23, 2019

Despite all the noble words uttered by politicians, the investment in all things cycling remains woeful in the United Kingdom and frustratingly, cycle lanes continue to be ignored when planning new and upgraded road works.

Cyclists Classified as a Vulnerable Road User in the UK

Posted on Apr 17, 2019

What does a cyclist, bike rider, horse rider and pedestrian all have in common? They may not travel at the same times or speeds, but they are all considered vulnerable road users.

How to Enjoy a Stress-Free Cycling Commute

Posted in Lifestyle on Apr 05, 2019

Cycling to work is a great way of incorporating incidental exercise into your day, helping you to feel more energized and ready to ‘hit the ground running’ by the time you walk into the office.

Highway Code Overtaking Rule To Be Backed Up By Law

Posted on Feb 27, 2019

Leading Cycle Accident Solicitor Jan Canter comments on the upcoming law changes that will help to protect one group of Vulnerable Road Users: Cyclists.

Cycling Lawyers Deemed Most Qualified for Cycling Claims

Posted on Feb 19, 2019

With the perils encountered by regular cyclists on the roads of England and Wales only increasing, it is now more important than ever to know the importance of obtaining a highly qualified cycling lawyer, should you unfortunately need it.

7 Cycling Events You Don't Want to Miss

Posted on Jan 25, 2019

The UK is home to some of the most stunning, challenging rides to date. Whether you prefer the cobbled classics, iconic climbs or tough sportives, there is surely an event for you just waiting around the corner.

UK Health Watchdog Warns: Prioritise Cyclists

Posted on Jan 08, 2019

When building and upgrading roads in the future, the UK’s health watchdog hopes town planners and local authorities will place the public’s physical and mental well-being front-of-mind.
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