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Association of Personal Injury Lawyers ( APIL) comment

"The pricing of insurance products is a commercial matter for individual insurers in which the government does not seek to intervene" said the more...

Cycle Couriers

Check out the review in the Guardian by Robb Penn  of What goes around by Emily Chappell. http://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/jan/11/what-goes-around-london-cycle-couriers-story-emily-chappell-review Emily writes about her years spent more...

Silver Cycling Accidents in the US article

Posted on CBS 5 News Channel in America a survey finds that cycling accidents are up and it is injuries sustained by the more...

Huddersfield U3A Sociable Cycling Group Ripon circular ride

Ride Overview approx 30 miles and undulating Ripon, Grewelthorpe, Masham, Thornton Watless, Thorp Perrow Aboretum, Snape, Carthorpe, Kirklington, Wath,  Nunwick and back to Ripon. Park in more...

Should Cyclists be allowed to jump red lights?

The latest attempt to ease congestion and make cycling in Paris easier and safer is to allow cyclists to jump red lights! Paris is more...

The Ridley and Hall Second Cycling Soiree

Ridley and Hall solicitor Sue Cash was proud to watch her son Henry compete in the junior’s race. Henry rides with the Holmfirth more...

Welcome to Cycling Legal Centre

There are 741,000 of us that use a bicycle as a main form of transport for getting to work, and 43% of the population own or have access to a bicycle. Cycling is more popular now than ever, but an unfortunate consequence of this is that there is an increasing amount of cycling accidents on our roads.

The Cycling Legal Centre is a team of legal experts who offer specialist, down to earth advice and representation for cyclists who have suffered serious injuries as a result of an accident with a motorist or pedestrian, dangerous road surfaces or even a fault on your bike.

We are cyclists ourselves so we understand the enjoyment as well as the dangers of cycling on Britain’s roads today. If you have been involved in an accident please call our incident line on 0843 289 0410 for free initial advice.

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