on Sep 04, 2019
As a solicitor and keen cyclist I am often asked by fellow cyclists about accidents that occur when the bike is taken from beneath them due to the wheels coming into contact with loose stones, chippings and shale on the surface of the road.
in Lifestyle on Aug 20, 2019
A recent tragedy involving a professor who was killed as she cycled in central London has brought the dangers of “dooring” into sharp focus again.
on Jul 22, 2019
As with any road user, cyclists face a serious risk of injury when riding on our UK roads. However, riding with caution and maintaining awareness of surroundings will significantly reduce the chances of being involved in an accident.
in Lifestyle on Jul 04, 2019
Ever dreamed of a cycling trip in a breath-taking area of the world? Cycle Accident Claims Solicitor Jan Canter did just that and cannot recommend the north-eastern city of Girona, Spain enough. Read his journal-like article below to discover his unique experience.
on Jun 24, 2019
Last week a case was published in Cycling Weekly involving a lady in the centre of London who walked into the path of a cyclist crossing a road while looking at her mobile phone. The judge in the civil court found the cyclist 50% liable for the losses suffered by the pedestrian. Recently, I also had my own claim settled also on the basis of a 50/50 settlement.
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.
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.
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.