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Cycling Accidents: Increasing your chances...

Posted in Vulnerable Road Users on 16th Jul 2019
If you have ever suffered a serious injury following a road accident, then I suspect one of your key priorities was getting a speedy recovery so you can get back on your bike. It’s a common attitude held by cyclists and says a lot about the values cyclists hold dear. Accident compensation tends to be a secondary issue to getting back to bike riding and this attitude is one of the many ways you can increase your chances of a strong recovery. If you have recently been in a cycling accident, increase your chances of a fast and successful rehabilitation...

Minimising Your Risk of Injury as a Motorcyclist

Posted in Vulnerable Road Users on 17th Apr 2019
Riding a motorcycle in Great Britain can be touch-and-go at the best of times, particularly when you consider the regularly damp roads and traffic congestion. Although bikers account for just 1% of road users, they make up 18% of all deaths on the road and almost 12,000 injuries in 2016 alone (1). This certainly paints a picture of biker's "highly vulnerable" status. What makes a motorcyclist vulnerable on Great Britain roads? Motorcyclists are a minority With 1.23m motorcycles on Great Britain roads compared to 30.9m cars, motorcyclists...

Why is a Pedestrian a Vulnerable Road User?

Posted in Vulnerable Road Users on 5th Apr 2019
Every single one of us can be considered a vulnerable road user. It may not be every day, but we all regularly use the roads as a pedestrian; whether that be to cross the road or exit a vehicle. And we also exercise precaution when doing so, something instilled in us from a very young age when our parents would hold our hand when crossing. However, being a pedestrian on a road remains highly dangerous with 1,793 reported deaths and 24,831 serious injuries reported to police in 2017 (1). At the end of 2016, there were 30.9 million vehicles reported...
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