Compensation for lower body injuries sustained in a cycling accident

Although cycling is becoming an increasingly popular activity for most people to partake in, it’s still one that many people look at a little apprehensively. There are many benefits that cycling can bring to you, whether it’s an increased level of physical fitness, or perhaps just a cost-reduction on what you normally pay for your car, but if you do take this up as a lifestyle habit then you need to consider the potential repercussions that this can have on you. 

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Although in many cases cycling is a fairly safe activity, there are situations where it can be dangerous and if you happen to be involved in an accident then there is relatively little protection that can be afforded to you from a bicycle. As a result you may be left with rather severe injuries to contend with. 

What are some common lower body injuries that I might claim for?

Lower body injuries are not uncommon as the result of cycling accidents and if you have been injured in this way then you could find that you do suffer significantly. Some of the common lower body injuries that you face as a result of cycling accidents include broken bones and fractures to some of the limbs in your lower body such as your legs, ankles, knees and various other crucial parts of your body. Injuries in this area does have the ability to have a direct impact on your daily life. 

Where could I consider making a claim?

If you are struggling after an accident which was not your fault then you may be looking at a compensation claim. Some common areas where you may consider a claim include:

  • Claims for broken bones or fractures to the lower body
  • Claims for cycling accidents caused by another driver
  • Claims to cover any loss of income you have sustained
  • Claims for cycling accidents at a roundabout
  • Claims for cycling accidents caused by faulty bicycles. 

Can the team at Manners Pimblett help me throughout my claim?

If you are looking to make a compensation claim then taking on the industry experts can really help your case. At Manners Pimblett we provide you with a wealth of knowledge and experience to take you throughout the claim. To find out more about what we do, give the team a call today on 0845 077 0772.

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