Cycle Claim Solicitors in Leeds
You have been involved in a cycle accident as a result of someone else’s careless driving, and your injuries are likely to be serious. Suffering any kind of injury can be a traumatic event with lasting physical and emotional consequences. You may also be experiencing financial issues due to accident-related lost earnings. If the accident was not your fault then you will usually have a strong case for compensation for the injuries that you have suffered.
How we can help...
Our specialist legal team has a wealth of experience and knowledge in cycle and road traffic accidents and the Ministry of Justice claims process, particularly where serious injuries such as brain and head injuries have occurred. We can help you at every stage of the process, from establishing your case through to resolution. This includes liaison with the Police to obtain accident reports, contacting witnesses and dealing with the Motor Insurers’ Bureau where uninsured or untraced drivers have caused the accident.
We aim for maximum damages to meet our clients’ needs for injury and out of pocket expenses and can often secure interim payments to help meet our clients’ financial needs. We are highly proactive in ensuring cases are progressed, ensuring a timely conclusion. All our clients have a dedicated legal expert dealing with their case, giving them a direct contact to discuss matters with throughout the case.
Our knowledge and experience in dealing with all types of injuries from fractures to lost limbs and brain and head injuries is vast, and our success rate on road traffic accident cases is high. We work closely with a team of experts locally and nationally, to give additional support to our cases. All of which ensure we have the best chance of success and of achieving the right level of damages for our clients.
Emsleys is a member of the Spinal Injuries Association, SCARD (Support and Care after Road Death), the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
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