We are the approved cycling lawyers of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC). The LCC looked at our experience in representing cyclists who have been injured in a cycling collision and were happy that we had the knowledge and expertise to look after their members and non-members cycle accident claims.
Our team is made up of lawyers who are also very much cyclists. They commute by bike, go on cycling expeditions, contribute to our cycling blog and are well aware of the issues cyclist face every day. More importantly, they’re all experts when it comes to dealing with cycle accident claims, especially ones for serious injuries.
We know this is important to you, because you want to know your cycling lawyer is not just looking for a quick settlement. We will pursue your case by negotiating and, where necessary, going to court to get you the best possible financial and rehabilitation package.MORE
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