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Bicycle Accident Claim
Have you been knocked off your bicycle in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Mercury Legal have helped cyclists who’ve been involved in an accident get not only the compensation they deserve but also support with their rehabilitation.
Call Mercury Legal Online; making a claim is much easier than you think. Call us now if you:
- Suffered an accident and it was someone else’s fault
- Are unable to return to work
- Were injured on a badly maintained road surface
- Suffered a serious bicycle accident
- Need expert advice
Knocked off your bike?
All of our cyclist accident claims are ran on what’s known as a No Win, No Fee Claim agreement. This means that you are not financially at risk at making a claim, even if you lose your case through no fault of your own.
Whether you’re a professional cyclist, cycle courier or cycle on the roads for pleasure, if you have been injured in a collision with a car, bus or another vehicle speak to Mercury Legal Online about your right to compensation.
Call free, 0800 122 3130 or request a call back from our claims team who will be able to speak to you about your right to compensation.
Claiming For Compensation No Win No Fee.
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