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If you have been injured following a crash on your bike or while cycling on the roads or even in cycle lanes, our expert injury & Serious Injury Solicitors can help you.
Both our and your immediate priority will be to attend to your immediate physical well-being, or that of a loved one if you're exploring options following a serious injury to a family member or loved one.
Once immediate health concerns have been assessed and catered for, or unfortunately, if long-term provision for care and support must be investigated and made for the future needs of the injured person, then thoughts rightly should focus on the level of compensation that can be expected following an injury caused through a cycling accident.
We have successfully recovered substantial levels of compensation for cyclists whose lives have been devastated by serious bicycle accidents and for the families of those tragically killed whilst cycling.
Our main priority is on getting you all the support you need throughout your recovery, including the best medical care and rehabilitation, followed by a financial package sufficient for your full range of needs, and where possible getting you back on your bike.
Our Bicycle Accident Compensation Calculator may be useful in helping you understand the bracket of 'general damages' that injuries sustained, could be classified at.
If you have been injured in an cycling accident and you want free advice on how much compensation your claim is worth from a fully qualified personal injury solicitor then please contact us today to talk to one of our team.
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Soft tissue injury with no lasting issues beyond 1 year following the Injury:
up to £3,800
Complete Recovery after a couple of years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Recovery taking longer than two years but with only Moderate effects
effects are moderate:
£7,000 - £12,000
Serious on-going problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain, and surgery may be needed:
£12,000 - £22,000
Soft tissue injury with a full recovery within 3 months:
up to £2,150
Soft tissue injury with full recovery up to a year following the accident:
Full recovery between one and two years:
Where recovery takes more than two years but the on-going effects are moderate:
£6,900 - £11,000
Serious on-going problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain. Surgery may be needed with the possibility of prolapsed discs:
£11,000 - £24,500
Fractures of ribs causing pain for a few weeks only:
up to £3,500
Collapsed lungs with a full recovery:
£2,000 - £4,700
Simple fracture of the forearm:
£5,800 - £17,000
More serious injury with significant disability and without full recovery:
£17,000 - £34,000
Hairline fracture or non-complex break of bones in the lower leg with complete recovery:
up to £10,500
Simple fracture or break of the femur:
£8,000 - £12,500
More serious fracture or serious soft tissue injury, without full recovery:
£16,000 - £24,500
Very serious brain damage
£245,000 - £350,000
£190,000 - £245,000
£37,000 - £190,000
Mild head injury (minimal brain damage)
£1,900 - £11,000
£9,000 - £130,000
Please remember these Injury Compensation Claim Settlement values are provided as guidelines only and are taken from the Judicial College Guidelines surrounding general damages for pain and suffering.
We are expert & accredited Personal Injury Lawyers. While some firms settle for ease and speed, we work hard to secure the highest possible compensation payouts. Trust our experts.
I am the Managing Director of PSR Solicitors. After working in various law firms, both small high street firms and a larger practice in Manchester, I saw a gap in the market for a high quality practice that had the same core high street values of being personable and approachable and combining them with the efficiency and professionalism of a larger practice. PSR Solicitors was therefore established in 2009 in Shotton, Deeside with this aim. Since then PSR Solicitors has provided high quality legal services to local clients throughout North Wales and Cheshire.
I live in Chester with my young family and 2 dogs and enjoy regular holidays along the coast of North Wales.
I have recently been asked to join the board of trustees at Platform For Life, a mental health counselling charity in Chester. Good mental health is the foundation of a more fulfilled, happy and healthy life, yet many families struggle to access the help and support they need to achieve it. Platform for Life offers free local counselling and play therapy for families who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
Shotton Office, Wrexham Office, Rhyl Office, Colwyn Bay Office, Ellesmere Port Office, Wallasey Office
Solicitor - Head of Personal Injury
I've been a Solicitor at PSR Solicitors since March 2013 and now take full responsibility for leading the Rhyl Office.
I completed both my Law LLB and LPC degrees at Cardiff University, graduating in 2008 and 2009 respectively. Thereafter, I completed my 2-year training contract at a firm based in Cardiff, then retained by this firm as a Criminal Defence Solicitor until I decided to relocate up to North Wales, for the countryside and the people..
As an experienced personal injury and civil litigation Solicitor, I represent Claimants in all manner of personal injury case work including injuries as a result of Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at Work, and Occupiers Liability Accidents. I handle all types off personal injury claims from the minor right through to complex, serious injury claims.
Outside of work I'm a keen rugby fan, who enjoys running and travel.
Shotton Office, Rhyl Office, Ellesmere Port Office, Wallasey Office
Solicitor - Head of Litigation
I completed my law degree and legal practice course at Nottingham Law School, before qualifying as a solicitor in 2004. I then worked at a specialist personal injury firm in the East Midlands and a leading regional firm, before joining PSR in 2017.
With PSR I've continued to specialise in acting for Personal Injury claimants and have developed a keen understanding of the procedures and tactics involved in pursuing a claim, as well as the difficulties and concerns faced by people who have suffered as the result of an accident.
Since 2014 I've been proud to help hundreds of people. I've represented the public in all manner of injury claims, including serious orthopaedic injuries, brain damage, and psychological trauma. I was instructed to deal with claims for clients in the aftermath of the Potters Bar rail crash and the Penhallow hotel fire.
In addition, I represent clients in relation to all manner of disputes. I have dealt with professional negligence claims, such as those against solicitors and builders. I have helped clients recover money which is due to them and to dispute invoices which have been sent to them. I have helped business defend claims against them. I have tackled neighbour and boundary disputes.
I live locally to the Colwyn Bay office, and outside of work, I enjoy taking advantage of the coastal and mountain outdoor activities which are available on the doorstep. I'm also heavily involved with an outdoor pursuits charity, which I find an enjoyable and rewarding way of using my free time.
Shotton Office, Wrexham Office, Colwyn Bay Office, Wallasey Office
I joined PSR Solicitors in May 2022 as part of their first cohort of Trainee Solicitors.
I started my legal studies at The University of Liverpool graduating with an LLB Law Degree in 2018. I then went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Chester.
I am currently training within the Personal Injury and Litigation Departments, having already trained in Conveyancing and Family Law. I am on track to qualify as a solicitor in summer 2023.
Outside of work I enjoy making the most of living in North Wales, often spending my weekends on the Llyn Peninsula. I also love skiing holidays and travelling to warmer destinations.
Colwyn Bay Office
When making a cycling accident & injury claim, calculating the compensation you are expected to receive can be a complex procedure. This is primarily dependent on the severity of your injuries and the influence this has on your immediate and future life.
As with all compensation claims, the process should not be conducted hastily in any way. The full detail surrounding the accident, liability, scale of injuries, financial implications (short and long-term), and lasting healthcare considerations must all be factored into compensation settlements.
On some occasions, it is absolutely necessary to allow the injured person time to recover or time for more accurate assessments by medical professionals to be made in order to suitably quantify the injury fully before the claim is valued. We can then aim to secure the compensation settlement value from the third party responsible for your injury.
The following considerations must receive focus when considering compensation claim settlement amounts:
This is a commonly asked question. However, as each cycling accident claim is unique it is almost impossible to identify how much the claimant will receive at the very outset of any injury claim process.
As highlighted, numerous factors must be taken into account, and each of these areas would be carefully investigated by one of our expert Bicycle Accident Solicitors here at PSR.
The guide below provides provisional 'general' damages compensation values as set out in the Judicial College Guidelines (JCG) for personal injury claims. General damages are meant to compensate for general pain & suffering caused by the injuries sustained by the cyclist.
Talk to the Cycling Accident Solicitors at PSR today
Cycling accidents are becoming more and more common in Great Britain. In fact, cyclists are now known to be among the most susceptible road users. Bicycle accidents can cause a wide range of injuries. These can vary in severity, from small scrapes and bruises to broken bones, head and brain injuries, and other serious injuries. Unfortunately, with the increasing number of cyclists on the roads, fatal accidents can occur too.
Being involved in a bicycle accident is an extremely upsetting experience and can cause life-long injuries. Not only are some people left less active and less confident as a result of being involved in a cycling accident, where extreme injuries are sustained you may also have been reliant on your loved ones or healthcare professionals.
The amount of people cycling in Great Britain is increasing annually. Whilst these numbers are positive for the environment and great for cycling as a sport, unfortunately, cyclists in this country are still very much vulnerable road users.
According to The National Travel Survey, around 8% of the population aged 5 and over, cycle three or more times a week. This calculates to approximately 5.1 million people regularly cycling.
We can’t stop accidents from happening, but we are experts in dealing with cycling accident claims for compensation and we will support you and your family throghout the process, usually on a no win no fee basis.
In the UK there are nearly 15,000 incidents a year where an injury occurs to cyclists with just over 100 incidents involving a fatality.
NHS data suggests that more than 40% of cyclists involved in an accident suffered from head injuries, ranging from serious skull fractures to minor cuts and concussion.
Statistics taken from The Department for Transport Casualty Report identify the main contributing factors for cycling accidents:
Common causes of road cycle accidents involve nearside junctions and roundabouts, motor vehicles pulling out from driveways, vehicle doors opening into the path of the cyclist, vehicles pulling out of queuing traffic, and the collision that can potentially cause the most serious injuries in our experience is when cyclists have been hit from behind.
Nearly half of all the cycle accidents we deal with occur at junctions. Whilst just a small percentage occur in the dark and even fewer occur on wet surfaces. In more cases than not, cycling road accidents can be avoided and regularly are the fault of the vehicle driver, not the cyclist.
Cycle lane accidents often take place when vehicles other than bicycles use the cycle lanes or where an obstruction is found in the cycle lane. Although cycle lanes are clearly marked as to be used by cyclists only, they are commonplace for accidents to take place. It could be that car drivers use cycling lanes for overtaking other vehicles or they are using the lane as a place to temporarily stop whilst dropping off passengers. This in turn can cause cyclists to swerve into the path of other road users.
Potholes can cause problems for any road user but are a major hazard for cyclists, in particular. One of the issues with claiming for injury following an accident to a cyclist caused by a pothole is in the definition of what constitutes a pothole. The deciding factor is in the depth of the hole in the road surface.
We all know that accidents will happen when children are involved. We can all accept a fall off a bike and a bruise somewhere as an unrelated accident, but when a more serious accident takes place because of someone else’s carelessness and negligence resulting in your child being seriously hurt, you will want justice to be done.
Making a claim for compensation on behalf of your child is not dissimilar from making a claim that you have suffered. You will be required to act on your child’s behalf if they are under the age of 18 and the settlement claim that is awarded will be invested by the court until your child reaches their 18th Birthday.
At PSR solicitors, we are fully aware of the dangers that roundabouts present to cyclists. Roundabouts are a common location for accidents for all road users and for this reason, they can present a serious hazard to cyclists.
We have previously represented many competitive cyclists and have been involved in a number of claims made by those involved in a coaching role and training athletes. We are fully aware of the implications that a cycling accident can have on training and performance.
You can call us free now on 0800 0209 167 or complete the contact form below and one of our team of road traffic accident claims solicitors will be happy to speak to you in confidence to discuss your queries.
As our ”No Win No Fee” promise implies, in most situations, we will be able to support your case in this way. Rest assured that there are no upfront charges if you decided to proceed with PSR, and if you are unsuccessful with your claim and there is no award given to compensate you for your injuries, you will not have to worry about any legal costs as you will not have to pay anything.
PSR is a leading team of Personal Injury Solicitors in Wales and Serious Injury Lawyers in Cheshire. Talk to us today if you have been injured and feel you are entitled to Compensation.
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