Cycling Accident Claims

Had a Cycling Accident?

We are Expert Cycling Accident Claims Solicitors and provide a Free Consultation with our Experienced Accident Solicitors.

A Cycling Accident can cause painful injuries and effect your ability to work, drive, sleep and exercise as well as causing anxiety and stress after an accident. This can have a serious impact on your life.

Call us now on 028 71 229 343 or use our Free Enquiry Form.

We can fast-track your claim to ensure that you receive your compensation as quickly as possible and make sure you keep 100% of your compensation settlement.

Client Review:- “5 star service from Michael as usual. I have been using his services for quite some time and can honestly say he has always went miles out of his way to accommodate my every need at every point I have required them. Brilliant firm, thanks for all your help.”

How Can We Help?

We can help you obtain compensation for the injuries and suffering you have sustained and arrange a medical assessment of your injuries. We offer a Free Consultation and all Legal Costs / Fees are paid by the Insurance Company on the successful conclusion of your claim.

This means that making a successful Cycling Accident Claim will cost you nothing and we ensure that you will keep 100% of your compensation.

At McGee O’Kane Solicitors we are expert Cycling Claims Solicitors and we can help you. Call us now on 028 71 229 343 or use our Free Enquiry Form.

Have You Had a Cycling Accident?

A Cycling Accident can cause very serious injuries and even a minor collision can lead to a significant accident.

Cyclists can be injured in a variety of circumstances, such as:-

  • Struck or knocked off your bike by a vehicle.
  • Hit by the door of a vehicle as you attempt to cycle past it.
  • Fall off your bike after hitting a defect in the road surface.
  • Slip or collide with a substance or object that should not be on the road.

If you have been injured as result of a Cycling Accident call us now on 028 71 229 343 for Free Advice from our Expert Team of Cycling Accident Claims Solicitors.

Cycling Accident Claims

A minor collision with a car can lead to a serious accident if you are on a bike. Cyclists can be vulnerable when on the road, especially in heavy traffic or poor weather conditions.

Wearing a helmet can protect both your head and the majority of your face from bumps, cuts, road rash and long term injury. You should also consider wearing hi-visibility reflective clothing and attaching both front and rear lights to your bicycle to make sure you are as visible as possible when riding, particularly at night time. Sometimes even the most comprehensive safety gear cannot prevent you having an accident, and that’s why we are here to help 24 hours a day.

At McGee O’Kane Solicitors we are expert Personal Injury Solicitors and we can help you today. It costs nothing to speak to us about your case. We will provide a consultation with a specialist Personal Injury Solicitors to assess your case free of charge.

  • Free Consultation
  • Maximum Compensation
  • Expert Injury Assessment
  • Fast & Professional Service

If you have been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you could be in a position to make a personal injury claim. This allows you to obtain compensation for your pain and suffering, and your financial losses.

Get In Touch

For a Free Enquiry just call us now on 028 71 229 343, email us on or Make An Online Enquiry.

Belfast Office
55-59 Adelaide Street
028 90 394 131

Derry Office
73 Clarendon Street
Derry / Londonderry
Northern Ireland
BT48 7ER
028 71 229 343


Why Choose Us?

  • Friendly & Trusted Solicitors
  • FREE Initial Consultation
  • Legal Aid Available

Client Reviews:-

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"Couldn’t recommend McGee O’Kane Solicitors enough, they are very friendly & informative. You’ll get 100% honesty and your case will be dealt with efficiently no matter day or night they are easily contacted and couldn’t do enough to help. Excellent service wouldn’t go anywhere else." Friendly Solicitors Derry

August 17, 2018

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