Cycling accident claims.

Cycle Law Scotland provides cyclists with unrivalled, specialist, personal representation with cycling accident claims.

If you’ve been involved in a cycling accident in Scotland through no fault of your own, it’s important to seek expert legal advice as soon as possible, preferably from a lawyer who specialises in personal injury cases and has considerable experience in representing cyclists.

At Cycle Law Scotland, all of our team ride bikes - only by cycling to and from work or for recreation can we truly understand the needs and requirements of our cycling clients.

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Cycling Case law.

To find out how the Courts have taken a view on liability in certain different cycling accident situations, we have looked at the decisions below. You can see the detail and review the decision on all of these cases by clicking on the category.

Remember, no two cases are the same: your case is unique, the accident circumstances are unique and each case is fact sensitive.

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How we help.

If you have been injured in a cycling incident on the roads of Scotland within the last three years through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your loss, injury and damage.

At Cycle Law Scotland, we can provide you with all the help you need following an accident. We will discuss your claim with you and provide answers to any questions you may have regarding responsibility for the accident and what you can claim for. 

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How do you make a cycling accident personal injury claim?

It's easier than you think to start a claim. First, you simply need to complete a short form.

A specialist cycling Lawyer from our friendly team will call you back the same day to discuss your situation in further detail. We have outlined the steps involved on our complete guide to claims page. This page offers a detailed explanation of every step of the claims process.

When should you contact a personal injury Lawyer? 

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in Scotland as a cyclist, then we recommend you contact us as soon as possible after the incident. You can start a claim if the accident has happened within the past three years. 

How long does it take to make a claim?

The length of time taken for each case depends on whether the claim can be settled outside of court and/or how cooperative the other side is and the individual case.

How much does a personal injury Lawyer charge?

At Cycle Law Scotland, we offer a 'no win no fee' service. This means you can make a claim at no financial risk to yourself. We guarantee that on success you will always receive at least 85% of your damages. Start your claim to arrange your free consultation call and find out more. 

Can I make a personal injury claim myself?

Your chance of success is much greater when utilising the skills of a personal injury solicitor, especially one who specialises in cycling related road traffic cases.