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Cyclist Accidents in London

Posted in Personal Injury on 19th Oct 2020
Across Great Britain in 2018, over 15,000 cyclists were injured or seriously injured whilst cycling. Whilst cars make up 80% of the traffic on the roads, the casualty rate per miles travelled is much higher for cyclists and for other vulnerable road users, including pedestrians and motorcyclists. These statistics can act as an unfortunate deterrent to those thinking about taking up cycling, raising the question of whether higher cycling rates will simply lead to more cyclist injuries and fatalities. There is however research demonstrating that...

Road Traffic Accidents Abroad & Transition...

Posted in Personal Injury on 6th Jul 2020
In my previous article titled Brexit Uncertainty and Road Traffic Accidents Abroad, the situation regarding Brexit was not yet clear. Since then the UK has officially exited the European Union and we are currently in the transition period, which is due to expire at the end of this year. For those who have had a road traffic accident abroad or those who are planning holidays abroad this summer and are unfortunate enough to have a road traffic accident, this means you will have very limited time to make a personal injury claim for compensation. This...

Brexit Uncertainty And Road Traffic Accidents...

Posted in Personal Injury on 13th Nov 2019
Originally, the UK was meant to leave the EU on 31st March 2019, then it was 31st October and now, with an upcoming general election, the new proposed date to leave the EU is 31st January 2020. However, this is an ever moving situation and no one can say for certain if the UK will leave with or without a deal on this date or, indeed, at all. You may ask what has Brexit got to do with having a road traffic accident abroad? Currently, if you are injured in a road traffic accident whilst in another EU country or European Economic State then you can...
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