Bicycle Accident Case Studies

Mr B, a cyclist, was knocked off his bike by another cyclist, causing him injury. He decided to make a claim and got in touch with JMW Solicitors.

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Mr B, a postman, was knocked off his bike whilst travelling home. Mr B was cycling along a one way street when, as he came to the end of a junction, another cyclist emerged off the pavement and drove into him, knocking him off his bike. He decided to make a claim and got in touch with JMW Solicitors, who expertly handled his claim.

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Ms S was proceeding around a roundabout on a Brompton bicycle, preparing to turn right. As she reached her exit and indicated left, a motorist did not see her, did not change their path and drove into her.

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Ms V was in the cycle lane and was stationary at traffic lights, when a car approached from behind and pulled in to her right. As the traffic lights turned green, Ms V began to cycle ahead. However, the vehicle proceeded to turn left, without having previously indicated, colliding with Ms V and knocking her off her bike.

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Mr D, a cyclist, was riding his bike down a main road when a motorist in a stationary car opened the driver’s door of the parked car and hit Mr D’s hand and chest, throwing him off his bike and onto the ground.

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Mr P was a cyclist who was knocked off his bike by a driver on his way home. He sustained injuries to his mouth and lost three teeth as a result of the accident. He decided to make a claim for his injuries.

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Mr G made a claim for severe injuries he had experienced as the result of a cycling accident. He was referred to JMW solicitors, where the Twisted Spokes team handled his case.

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LS was knocked off his bicycle by a car turning across his path. He suffered concussion and a broken wrist but received £6000 in compensation

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