Even if you believe yourself to have only minor injuries, you should check with a medical professional as soon as possible so that they can assess them and ensure a swift and successful recovery.
If a vehicle was involved in the incident then you should try and take down their registration number if possible, as well as insurance details, name and address of the driver.
If there are any witnesses then you should also seek to take down their details too.
If there was no other vehicle involved and the cycle accident was caused by a fault on the road i.e. a pothole or poorly maintained infrastructure, take photographic evidence.
On top of this, make sure to document and photograph any damage your bike, kit or any equipment has sustained before you get them repaired.
To ensure that the details of the incident are as clear as possible, speak to a solicitor at the earliest possible convenience to ensure it is still fresh in your mind. It is essential you choose a solicitor with in-depth experience in handling cycle accident compensation claims.
At Cycle Accident Claims Management, our cycle accident specialist solicitors have over 25 years in winning compensation for cycle accident claims.
We will pursue all evidence to ensure your case is successful and handle your claim on a No, Win, No Fee basis, meaning if we aren’t successful, you won’t be charged any fees. Our team will be proactive in helping you get the compensation you deserve for any injuries or financial loss you have incurred, as well as for any medical treatment and adjustments you may require.
We offer free initial legal advice to discuss your potential claim, call us today on the number above.