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Been Injured As A Cyclist In Sport?

Cycling has a broad appeal to a variety of different people and, in recent years, has become one of the most popular kinds of sports. There are many people signing up to cycling races for charity, mountain biking events and children also enjoy taking part in different types of cycling sports.

Although you may have volunteered to be a part of a cycling sporting event or activity, if you have an accident during that time, it doesn’t necessarily mean the accident was your fault.


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Some of the most common kinds of cycling sporting accident claims involve collisions between a bike and a stationary object; a collision between a bike and another vehicle; a defective road or cycle route or, in some cases, incorrect training.

Sporting Cycling Injuries

  • Head injuries and concussion are some of the most common kinds of bike accident injury.
  • Achilles tendonitis and knee tendonitis is inflammation associated with overuse and can happen when you have been taking part in long bike rides.
  • A broken clavicle (collar bone) is one of the most common kinds of breaks in cycling.
  • A fractured pelvis can occur if you have fallen from your bike. Thankfully, there are not usually any major long-term complications with this pelvic injury.
  • Saddle sores are a form of skin disorder caused by sitting in the seat of your bike for too long.

If you have been injured in sports related cycling accidents contact our team at First Personal Injury LawyersThere are lots of cycling safety tips you can follow to ensure you do not have an accident or injury. Firstly, make sure you are fit enough to take part in the cycling event you have signed up for. Do sufficient training and ensure that you have the right equipment with you. In many cases, the responsibility for your safety is your own. However, there are occasions where the fault of your accident is down to a third party.

There are a number of factors that might cause you injury and lead to you having a valid compensation claim. Firstly, you may have been provided with faulty equipment or a venue might not have been properly maintained. Alternatively, incorrect training may have been given which has led to your accident.

Claiming For A Sports-Related Cycling Accident

If you have experienced an injury whilst cycling in sport, please get in touch with First Personal Injury lawyers. We can help our clients with their sports-related cycling accident claims on a no win, no fee basis. To find out if you qualify, please contact us online or call our national accident helpline on 0800 808 9740.

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