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No Win No Fee Cycling Injury Claims. 

100% No Win No Fee Claims. 
- Pay nothing if you lose. 

When you work with MG Legal's cycling injury solicitors, you get:  

Free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist solicitor 
The maximum financial compensation in your cycling injury claim 
A designated solicitor with up to 30 years of experience 

Suffered a cycling injury in the last 3 years?  Call 01772 783314 Or, fill in your details and our personal injury solicitors will contact you within one working hour. 

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How much compensation will I receive if I am injured in a cycling accident? 

Every one of MG Legal’s clients are different, the injuries they sustain vary, as do the effects on their lives. Personal injury compensation, often called general damages, is based upon the nature and severity of the injuries sustained, and to the area of the body affected. Every cycling accident is different, and everybody can sustain different injuries in a cycling accident.  
Whether it's a broken bone, a hip injury, a knee injury, a back injury, or any other kind of bodily harm, you could receive significant financial compensation for your injury.  
MG Legal’s expert cycling accident compensation solicitors will always ensure that the best medical treatment is sought for our injured clients, and a detailed medical report will be compiled from an industry leading expert, detailing all of your injuries, and how your life has been affected as a result of the cycling accident. Compensation is broken down into two parts- General Damages, and Special Damages. See a full overview of these terms, and the differences between the two, here.  

How long does a cycling accident personal injury claim take to settle? 

Every personal injury claim is different, and the length of time to settlement, depends upon the injuries sustained, and if the third party admits liability for cycling accident. What we ask our clients to bear in mind, is that if you have suffered a more serious injury, then more medical reports may be required, in order that your ongoing injuries are fully documented, and you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your claim for personal injury. If you are badly injured, and need money to get back on your feet, MG Legal can request an interim payment on your behalf, in settlement of your personal injury claim, if liability has been admitted.  
MG Legal take ZERO deductions from the damages you receive in your cycling accident claim 

No Win No Fee Compensation: 

MG Legal's leading road traffic accident solicitors accept all of our road traffic accident claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis, and have a success rate of over 99%. 
Our team put your first, and work with care to achieve your financial compensation. Call us today on a free, no-obligation basis at: 01772 783314 
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Our cycling accident solicitors take ZERO deductions from the damages achieved: 

At many other solicitors firms, up to 25% of the total amount of damages received in your claim will be taken by the firm itself. However, here at MG Legal, we are different than the others. 
When you instruct our specialist cycling accident solicitors, then we will take ZERO deductions from the special damages that we achieve on your behalf. This allows you to keep as much money as possible from your claim, and have enough money to replace damaged bikes, equipment, and any lost earnings. 
For a full overview of how our approach differs from our competitors and other personal injury solicitors, see the table below for how you could achieve more financial compensation with MG Legal. 
Damages awarded: 
Amount deducted by MG Legal: 
Amount deducted by other firms: 
Helmet, clothing and other equipment (£800) 
£200 (25%) 
Replacement of bike (£4000) 
£1000 (25%) 
Lost earnings (£6000) 
£1500 (25%) 
MG Legal:  
Other firms:  
Total amount awarded to client: 

The risk of cycling accidents on rural roads: 

One thing that our cycling accident solicitors know all too well are the risks and dangers of cycling on rural roads. With the rapid increase in the number of cyclists out on the roads that has occurred throughout the last 18 months, largely due to repeated lockdowns and restrictions of what people can do with their time, many 
local authorities have become aware of the lack of safe cycling routes in their towns and villages. 
Still, this was not in time to prevent the increase in cyclists being injured, and even killed, on rural roads up and down the country. In 2019, pre-pandemic, Department for Transport figures show that 60 cyclists lost their lives on country roads. In 2020, this number rose by 43% with 89 cyclists tragically losing their lives while cycling on rural roads. This was somewhat surprising to our road traffic accident solicitors, when the reduced traffic numbers throughout 2020 is considered. 
The danger of rural and unmarked roads for cyclists is no secret. This comes from the roads being extremely narrow, sharp bends and corners hiding cyclists from motorists until the last minute, and most importantly, the fact that the majority of rural roads have a default speed limit of 60mph, despite their dangerous conditions. 
On top of this, our cycling accident solicitors know that the maintenance and condition of rural roads is often lower down the list of priorities for local authorities than the maintenance of other, more major roads. Whether it’s potholes, fallen trees, or other obstacles in the roads, disrepair on rural and country roads with less space, and sharp corners, can be a huge risk. Our cycling accident solicitors believe that this is a big issue on the rural and country roads up and down the country, and would urge the local authorise for rural areas and communities to consider providing more care and infrastructure to the networks of rural roads in their areas. 
We would also urge them to re-consider the default speed limit of 60 mph on many of the most used rural roads. While rural and country roads are generally used less by motorists and cyclists, this doesn’t mean that many people don’t rely on them day in day out as the only way to get to certain destinations, or in and out of their rural community. Where this is the case, our cycling accident solicitors feel that the national speed limit should be re-considered in order to reduce the risk of cycling accidents and other road traffic accidents. 
If you have been injured in a cycling accident on a rural road, whether it was a collision with another vehicle or a cycling accident caused by poorly-maintained roads, you could be eligible to make a no win no fee cycling accident claim for financial compensation. To learn more about this, and how much your cycling accident claim might be worth, contact our no win no fee accident solicitors online here for a free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist no win no fee solicitor. 

Cyclist Accident case study: 

Over their 30 years of experience, our expert personal injury solicitors specialising in road traffic accidents have settled thousands of cycling accident claims for our clients, and won hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of financial compensation on their behalf. One of the most recent cases that our expert team worked on, and settled for our client, was for a client who was hit by a car and knocked off of her bike. 
Our client, Mrs B, was riding her bike on the road, when the vehicle cut in front of her to turn left at a junction, without properly looking in their mirrors for cyclists. Mrs B was knocked off her bike, which was subsequently run over by the vehicle driver. She suffered from a number of cuts and muscle stretches across her body, for which she attended her local A&E department as well as her local GP surgery. On top of these injuries, Mrs B’s road bike was damaged beyond repair, and her clothing and attire were also damaged. From the second that Mrs B got in contact with MG Legal’s expert personal injury solicitors, who accepted her case on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, her designated solicitor specialising in road traffic accidents got to work on building her claim. They acted quickly to establish negligence on behalf of the car driver, in the form of them failing to apply the breaks of their vehicle, driving into the path of the claimant’s bike, and failing to looking properly. 
After getting in touch with the insurance provider of the driver, and informing them of our ability to act on behalf of Mrs B to retrieve the financial compensation that she deserved, our client’s designated road traffic accident solicitors got to work on establishing the amount of compensation that she should receive, in both general and special damages. After doing so, they worked out the claim for her personal injuries to be worth £5000, her bike replacement at £2000, and her clothing replacement at £200. They built the case to be so strong that the third party insurance provider accepted liability, and paid out to our client, allowing us to settle the claim and prevent it from needing to go to court. 
Because our road traffic accident experts are so successful at building strong claims, they have a success rate of over 99%. This meant that Mrs B received the financial compensation that she deserved, and was able to do so without having to take days out of her life to attend court proceedings. Her designated road traffic accident solicitor handled everything for her, including all of the paperwork and correspondence, keeping the process completely stress-free for our client. 

How long do I have to make a cycling accident compensation claim? 

The Limitation Act 1980 states that, in most cases at least, an injured party has 3 years to make a claim for personal injury compensation. Minors, meaning children under the age of 18, have 3 years from the date of their 18th birthday. Time limits also may differ if you are acting on behalf of someone with limited mental capacity, if you are acting as guardian or subject a lasting power of attorney. If you have any questions or queries, then please do not hesitate to contact one of MG Legal’s personal injury experts, here… 

Why choose MG Legal: 

No Win No Fee Guarantee. 

We are the experts. 

Free, no obligation advice. 

Success rate of over 99%. 

Who pays my legal fees if I am injured in a cycling accident? 

If you have suffered a personal injury from a cycling accident, as a result of someone else’s negligence, then you should not have to pay up front legal costs to get access to justice. MG Legal are proud to say that our expert cycling accident solicitors accept all personal injury claim on a no win no fee basis, with no financial risk to our clients. 

Why should I choose MG Legal for my cycling accident injury claim? 

The solicitors at MG Legal come with an excellent reputation. See a collection of reviews from our clients, here. From the first time you contact us, you will be allocated one of our expert personal injury solicitors to your case, and you will only ever deal with, and speak to, that same solicitor, until your claim for personal injury compensation is settled. MG Legal’s personal injury team are all fully-qualified solicitors, and have over thirty years of experience. We do not employ people who are not qualified, and who are not passionate about successfully settling our clients’ personal injury compensation claims. 

How much is my cycling accident claim worth? 

When you are making a personal injury cycling accident claim, you are more than likely interested in how much your claim may be worth. The claim will be broken up into a number of different damages, many of which are calculated on an individual basis.  
In terms of the injuries alone, known as general damages, our personal injury solicitors have put together the below table outlining how much different injury claims are worth, with reference to the Judicial College guidelines. 
Description of injury 
Maximum compensation available 
Very severe brain damage caused by a cycling accident 
Moderate brain damage after a cycling accident 
Less severe brain damage because of a cycling accident 
Severe shoulder injuries after a cycling accident 
Moderate shoulder injuries caused by a cycling accident 
Severe arm injuries after a cycling accident 
Less severe arm injuries due to a cycling accident 
Less severe leg injuries after a cycling accident 
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