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Loyalty Scheme Update

As a company, we are proud to be corporate supporters of Brake the road safety charity and we now hope that our clients will join us in supporting the charity through our friends and family loyalty reward scheme.

Now more than ever, Brake need financial support for their National Road Victims Service to ensure that they can continue to support those bereaved or seriously injured in a road crash.

We recently made some changes to our loyalty scheme to enable members to make direct donations. As part of the scheme, clients will now be given the option to donate their loyalty payment to the charity in order to help more people injured on our roads. Cycle SOS will take care of processing the donation so it couldn’t be simpler. There will still of course be the option to accept the thank you payment as usual and members may decide that they wish to donate a portion to Brake at a later date. Either option is extremely generous and would be gratefully received by the charity.

Speaking on behalf of the firm, Specialist Solicitor Paul Darlington said ‘Our client base is one that can empathise with those that Brake the road safety charity supports and as a result, I would expect that many would be happy to choose the donation route to assist the charity in providing valuable services such as their helpline for victims of road accidents’.

You can read more about the friends and family loyalty reward scheme here.

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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.