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The increasing numbers of cyclists on our roads reflect the rapidly growing interest in the sport. Whilst this is very encouraging, given the environmental and health benefits of cycling, when cross-referenced with the numbers of cars on our roads, it is easy to understand why cycling accidents are common. At the end of 2016, there were 30.9 million cars licensed for the roads of Great Britain. Approximately 19,000 cycle accidents are reported each year. It is believed many more are not reported.
Cyclists face many risks on our roads. Common causes of accidents include:
Cyclists can sustain a whole range of injuries and unfortunately, all too often cycle accidents can result in life-changing and even fatal injuries.
We at Gorvins have the specialist knowledge and experience to give you the best possible chance of succeeding in your claim and indeed recovering the compensation you need and deserve.
To obtain the highest compensation settlement for you, our Serious Sports Injury team will optimise the evidence of the severity, and full consequences, of your injuries, your losses of earnings, medical/ rehabilitation expenses, travel and other expenses and the full effects of the injuries on the life of yourself and your loved ones.
If you would like to discuss or make a claim, please call us on 0161 930 5117 or send your enquiry into our team via the online contact form.
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Gorvins’ specialist Partner, Gary Boyd, has substantial expertise in claims arising from skiing and other winter sports.
Whilst these sports can be great fun, accidents do happen and often as a result of negligence.
Gorvins has the specialist knowledge and experience to give you the best possible chance of succeeding in your claim.
Gorvins has substantial expertise in claims arising from parachuting and other aeronautical accidents.
Rock climbing can of course be a dangerous sport, with the risk of serious injury.