Motorbike and Cycling Accidents

Travelling on two wheels is fun, whether it""""s an adventurous long ride on the weekend or a regular commute to and from work. But cyclists vulnerability to casualties is much higher than drivers in automobiles as they are more exposed to the road. In 2018, there were 17,527 bike casualties on Great Britain""""s roads – 4,132 of which were either killed or critically injured.

If you""""ve suffered injuries in a bike accident that was not your fault, you can claim for your wounds and other losses to help get your life back on track.

Who can file a compensation claim?

Anyone who has suffered injuries in a bike accident that wasn""""t their fault such as:

  • Accidents caused by the negligence of another road user.
  • Accidents due to poor road conditions.
  • Accidents due to equipment failure.


You can fill out our form and one of our expert solicitors will get back to you as soon as possible.

How much compensation do I get?

There""s no exact answer to this as the compensation you get depends on the severity of your injuries and the impact they have had on your life. Generally, you can get compensation for the following:

  • Cost of medical treatment.
  • Loss of property.
  • Loss of earnings.
  • Travel expenses associated with your accident and treatment.
  • Cost of repairing your bike.
  • Cost of any extra care or equipment you""ll need.

What should I do after a bike accident?

In case of an accident at work, you must follow the guidelines given below:

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    Seeking medical help is the most important thing you should do in the immediate aftermath of an accident. Even minor injuries can become a lifelong condition if not treated properly. Visit a healthcare professional for a full assessment of your injury. The doctor will also record the details of your accident in medical records.

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    Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians can even deny the occurrence of the accident when you have ‘foolproof evidence" like footage of the accident. Capture photos and videos of your accident as clearly as possible.

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    Following an accident, witnesses have an important role in all the legal proceedings. So take the contact details of people who saw your accident. Having records of your accident will be useful during legal proceedings.

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    Call our Injury Claims team on 0161 436 0000 now for a free no-obligation consultation. Ask Legal will take away the burden and stress of dealing with the complex legal proceedings and work closely with you to ensure that your journey to receiving your deserved compensation is smooth and easy.

How do we help you file for compensation?

Contact our experienced legal team as soon as possible.

  1. Our team will assess the intensity of your wounds and their impact on your life.
  2. Assess the financial impact the accident has had.
  3. Assess the impact of the accident on your social life and mental health.
  4. Organize all the evidence and prepare a strong claim accordingly.

Our expert solicitors have got years of experience and an excellent success ratio. They""ll help you get the compensation you deserve to rebuild your life. Call our Injury Claims team on 0161 436 0000 now for a free no-obligation consultation.

Is there a time limit to document a claim?

In the United Kingdom, you must document a claim for compensation within three years of the date of your accident. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule such as:

  1. Children – The 3-year limit doesn""t apply to children under 18 years of age. On the 18th birthday of your child, the 3-year rule comes into effect, so you should file the claim before they turn 21.
  2. Lack of mental capacity – If someone cannot file a claim due to mental inabilities, then the 3-year rule doesn""t apply.

Can I document a bike accident claim on behalf of someone?

Yes, you can!

Bike accidents are dangerous and can easily lead to trauma, brain injuries and even death. You can file a claim on behalf of someone if:

  • They can""t file a claim themselves.
  • They died due to a bike accident.

Ask Legal will help you

Ask Legal understand that taking legal action due to an injury can be stressful. Our expert solicitors are here to guide you through every step of the legal process. Contact us via phone or email, or fill in the form below and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

We specialise in 'no win no fee' personal injury claims. Our dedicated team of solicitors is committed to making sure that we recover the maximum amount of compensation possible for our clients. We offer a free initial consultation so do not hesitate to contact us to enquire about whether there are prospects of success in your case.

We are a professional firm authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and we uphold the strict code of conduct set by our regulatory body. Call our Injury Claims team on 0161 436 0000 now for a free no-obligation consultation.