Driver changes lane and doesn’t see cyclist
In this typical accident claim example, there are usually two lanes and the motorist overtakes the vehicle in the nearside lane and then switches back into the nearside lane.
In so doing, the motorist fails to see the cyclist and causes an accident. This is usually a collision or the cyclist has to take emergency avoidance action often leading to them falling off their bike and landing heavily to the floor, thus causing injury either way.
Has this happened to you?
If it has, or you know someone who has been injured whilst on the road riding a bike, why not contact us and we will be able to help you. Taking action against the motorist will have three main outcomes:
- It usually helps improve the safety recognition of the offending motorist and reduces the likelihood of a similar accident
- Obtaining compensation for cycle injuries on the road will reduce the financial burden on the cyclist
- Achieves a sense of justice by taking action and the cyclist will feel vindicated
We are experts in this field and will claim the maximum cycle compensation for you with our No Win, No Fee, No Worry service. Our cycle compensation calculator will provide a general guide and provide some guidance on a question we are often asked: “How much compensation for a cycle injury?”