Our experienced solicitors will discuss the incident with you, advise you on your rights, the responsibilities and obligations of other road users, the duties of the highway authorities and discuss the appropriate action to take.
At all stages of the investigation we will keep you in the frame and answer any questions you may have. Remember, our trained teams are not only lawyers experienced in accident and investigation; they are also keen cyclists; fellow enthusiasts who can advise on the best way forward.
If you are already pursuing a claim and need to ask us a question you can contact us by telephone, email or using the online Chat facility. Help and guidance is never far away.
After an accident people often feel fine – until a few hours later – maybe in the early hours of the next morning when their sleep is disturbed by aches and pains, especially in the back and neck. If you have any doubts, don’t delay; make an appointment to see your GP immediately.
If you have taken a knock on the head, go to casualty immediately. Even minor head injuries can lead to symptoms such as headaches, vomiting, unsteadiness, doziness and forgetfulness, which may be indicative of a serious condition.