We are a specialist solicitors firm with expertise in cyclist accident compensation claims. We handle a wide variety of cases and have seen virtually every type of vehicle being involved in a collision with someone riding their bike. If you’re a cyclist looking for advice about making a claim following a road traffic accident – we are here to help.

Unfortunately many of our cyclist clients are being injured on London roads due to basic and avoidable careless driving allowing us to be london cycle accident specialists. Click here for more information.

Can I make a claim for a cyclist accident?

All road users, including cyclists, are protected in law to ensure their safety on our roads. Motorists, other road users and local authorities share these responsibilities and when this protection is missing or flouted in any way, then accidents can occur, having potentially devastating consequences.

Many clients that are injured while riding their bike feel unfairly blamed for an accident but if the accident wasn’t your fault and we can prove you were injured because of the negligence of someone else or that blame does lie elsewhere, we’ll pursue a personal injury compensation claim on your behalf.

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Clear and practical advice every step of the way

When you’re considering making a personal injury claim you’ll probably have a few questions that need answering. We’ll answer any queries you have – expertly and with no obligation.

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I wasn’t wearing a helmet when I came off my bicycle – how does that affect my claim?

In accident claims the defendant insurance company can argue for damages to be reduced by a certain percentage due to “contributory negligence” to reflect the fact that the claimant is partly responsible for their own injuries. In car crashes this would apply for failure to wear a seatbelt and for motorcycles for failure to wear a helmet. Insurers are now starting to argue for a reduction where a cyclist fails to wear a helmet and suffer a head injury that could have been prevented.

We would always advise cyclists to wear helmets regardless of however that may affect any subsequent accident claim.

I have more questions?

That’s fine – we’re here to help. Have a read through our Frequently Asked Questions or ask your own question.

Proven expertise in cyclist accident claims

Since we were established in 1999 we have helped thousands of clients in road traffic accident cases involving a wide variety injuries and legal complexity.

We understand that whatever type of bike you’re riding, getting good repairs to your bike is important to you. We seek to recover the cost of replacing your helmet and other essential accessories – something many insurers will not consider. Our expertise in this area means you benefit from a complete service that includes all aspects of your claim.

How we handle your claim

At Lampkin & Co, making a claim for a cyclist accident isn’t just about obtaining maximum compensation.

Cyclist Accident Rehabilitation

We look at the bigger picture and will make a comprehensive claim that covers everything needed to support your recovery and future.

Considering your needs and best interests

TMany of our clients are unable to work while they recover from their injuries. You can find yourself worrying about finances at a time when you’re focused on getting the right treatment and rehabilitation. It’s why our priorities in your claim will be covering these needs:

Our services are at no cost to you

All of our cyclist accident claims are handled on a no win, no fee basis so provided you follow our advice – you’ll never be out of pocket no matter what the outcome of your case.

If you are a cyclist that has been injured in a road traffic accident contact us for expert advice on making a compensation claim – you won’t be under any obligation. When you’re ready, call us on 08081 782110 or send us a quick online claim enquiry and we will call you back.