While vehicle drivers have insurance to cover them for injuries in the case of an accident it is rare that you will have the same protection as a cyclist. This can mean you have to cover the cost of medical expenses and loss of earnings yourself due to an accident while cycling. If another person causes your cycling accident you could be eligible to make a cycling accident claim. Compensation received can help to reduce the financial loss caused to you.
What are common Cycling Accident Claims?
- Where a cyclist is struck by a vehicle then there may be a claim against the driver’s insurance company
- Where a cyclist is struck by a driver opening the door of a parked car while the cyclist is passing there may be a claim against the driver’s insurance
- Poor road conditions such as pot holes can cause accidents that may have been avoided if the road was maintained properly by the local authority.
- Stray animals can cause accidents and there may be a claim against the owner’s home or farm insurance.
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How can you keep Safe while Cycling?
- Learn the rules of the road and follow them
- Wear a helmet at all times
- Ensure your bicycle is in good working order and regularly serviced
- Make yourself and your bicycle clearly visible with reflective gear
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