After a driver hit cyclist Margaret, they only stopped briefly before driving off - not exchanging any information. Margaret thought she had no route to securing compensation until she came to Digby Brown for legal help.
Mr Knowles was returning home from a cycle in Ayrshire when a car driver deliberately chased him, pushed him off the road, and then mounted the pavement to knock him off his bike.
Mr Anderson was knocked off his bike when a car attempted to turn into the junction he was approaching. Digby Brown managed to secure him double the original compensation offer.
Stuart tried to deal with the insurers directly after his cycling accident but when they only offered £1,000 injury compensation, he decided to get independent legal advice.
Ray was cycling to work when a driver crashed into him at a roundabout. His cycling accident claim was assigned to our Aberdeen office, where they secured 3 times the first offer.
Mr Begen was injured in a cycling accident in South Lanarkshire after a driver intentionally caused the accident.
Mr F fractured his shoulder blade and injured his hand when he was knocked from his bike by a car during his daily commute to work in Edinburgh.
Mr E.'s cycling accident claim was handled by another firm for 2 years before he came to Digby Brown Solicitors – and secured over FOUR times the initial compensation offer.
Teenager injured in a cycling accident on an organised local authority outing pursues a cycling accident claim for compensation with Digby Brown.
Mr M. was cycling to work when he was involved in a cycling accident. Digby Brown expert solicitors in cycling accident claims secured over double the initial compensation offer.
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