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I’ve been involved in a collision, have obtained the driver’s name and registration; what should I do now?

If you have any reason to feel that you may have been injured either consider visiting Casualty or make an appointment at your GP as soon as possible. This will deal within any medical issues and serve to corroborate the event in an official record. While everything is fresh in your mind, write it down. Try to do this as soon as you are home; don’t even wait until the next day. The sooner a de-brief occurs the more information it is likely to contain. Contact the Helpline with the registration number and date of accident. We will be able to make a search to find the insurance company and policy number.

For more information about our services or to start your claim, call 0808 100 9995 and speak to one of our specialist solicitors. We’re here to help. You can email us or schedule a callback.

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Cycle SOS
Cycle SOS only deal with cycle accident claims. We understand cyclists, and believe that cyclists have the right to be safe on the roads. Cycle SOS The Cyclists National Helpline is made up of a highly trained team of specialist personal injury cycling lawyers that have recovered millions of pounds for people making bicycle accident claims.