Cycling Accident Claims Solicitors
We are cycling accident claims solicitors that have been helping injury victims in Belfast and across Northern Ireland for over 50 years. Our experts have the knowledge and experience to make sure you get the cycle accident compensation you deserve.
Paschal O’Hare are here to simplify your bike injury claim. Contact us for a free consultation with a qualified cycling accident solicitor on seeking compensation for your cycling injury.
Bike Injury Solicitors in Belfast & Northern Ireland
The number of cyclists on roads in Belfast and across Northern Ireland has grown thanks to more cycling paths and bicycle friendly lanes. While this is a great development, cyclists are a vulnerable road user and this increase in traffic inevitably results in an increase in cycling accidents.
Cycling accidents occur most often when a motorist fails to spot the cyclist and makes a manoeuvre that causes a collision. Some injuries may be minor, while others can be more serious.
We understand that sustaining an injury after a cycling accident can have a devastating impact on your life. If you’ve been involved in an accident, our local bike injury solicitors will be able to guide you through the entire personal injury claim process.
Have you sustained a cycling injury and want to claim?
If the cycling injury happened in Northern Ireland in the last 3 years and the accident wasn’t your fault, it is likely that you will be able to claim for your injuries. If you have questions about your accident or injuries, please contact our cycling accident solicitors. We are here to provide you with the guidance you deserve.
Claiming for common biking injuries
Due to the lack of protection afforded to cyclists, the injuries caused by an accident can range from minor bruising to severe fractures and lacerations. We have helped many cyclists who have suffered from the following biking injuries:
- Neck and back injuries
- Leg Injuries
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Facial and Dental injuries
- Broken Bones
- Head injuries
How long will my cycling accident claim take?
A cycling accident can cause painful injuries and effect your ability to work, drive, sleep and exercise as well as causing anxiety and stress after an accident. We understand that you want some sense of relief by knowing how long your claim can take. By speaking with one of our solicitors, we can provide you with a general idea of the length associated with your claim. Our personal injury solicitors are happy to guide you through the whole claims process.
How much is my bike injury claim worth?
The value of your bike injury claim is tied closely with the complexity of your injuries, loss of earnings, and any expenses you’ve had to cover. Our website features a helpful compensation calculator that can provide you with general guidance. If you would like more information, please visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley, and Carrickfergus, or please speak with one of our friendly solicitors today.
The best cycling injury solicitors in Northern Ireland
Paschal O’Hare Solicitors has positioned itself as leading experts in handling the complexities of cycling accidents. We have been helping victims for over 50 years, developing a reputation for being the best cycling injury solicitors in Northern Ireland. Our solicitors understand how best to recover cycle accident compensation for client’s injuries. Additionally, when possible, our solicitors will be able to secure payments for bicycle repairs, loss of earnings and any other relevant form of special damages. Rest assured that you’re in good hands.
Our cycling accident solicitors are committed to recovering the compensation you deserve for your road traffic accident. If you’ve sustained a cycling injury in Belfast or anywhere in Northern Ireland, your first step is to get in touch with our cycle accident solicitors. We aim to give you the right legal advice and provide you with the help that you require.
We’ll take the stress out of your claim so that you can focus on what’s important, the best possible recovery.”
William was involved in a cycling accident when he was cycling near the Prince William Road Roundabout in Lisburn. A vehicle driven by the third
John was out enjoying a morning cycle ride around Ballymoney when he turned into a side street and was struck by a car. His front
Elizabeth was cycling down the road in South Belfast when her wheel went into a large pothole, causing her to be thrown from her bike.