Do I have to visit a solicitor's offices to make a claim?

If you've been injured in a cycling accident, it may be difficult or inconvenient for you to travel to a solicitor's office, especially if your injuries prevent you from cycling or driving.

Personal injury claims are now routinely handled remotely, by phone, post, email and video conference.

The Cycling Injury Legal solicitor panel handle all claims without requiring an in-person meeting. To begin the process, you can contact us via email or telephone to discuss making a compensation claim against the responsible party.

What about the medical assessment?

If you decide to make a cycling injury claim, you will need to attend a medical assessment.

This assessment will provide an independent opinion from a medical expert to determine the extent of your injuries.

This report is then used to support your compensation claim, and to help determine the amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive.

Medical assessments are a standard part of the personal injury claim process. The assessment will be arranged at a convenient and local medical centre near your home.

If you are injuries prevent you from leaving your home, the medical assessment can be carried out at your home.


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Personal injury-related enquiries are handled by our partners at National Accident Helpline.

We charge our solicitors for the marketing and operational services we provide and these costs are not passed on to our customers.

*No Win, No Fee: Under a No Win, No Fee Agreement fees may apply if a claimant refuses to cooperate or abandons their claim after the legal work has started, or if the claim is fraudulent.

Disclaimer: Nothing on this website constitutes legal advice or gives rise to a solicitor/client relationship. Specialist legal advice should be taken in relation to specific circumstances.