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Cycling and sports injury claims

If you have been injured in a cycling accident our cycling and sports accidents claims team can help you.

We represent cyclists and sports people who have been injured in sporting activities, whilst training, enjoying leisure pursuits or whilst commuting to work.



Even relatively minor injuries can have a significant effect on your daily routine, particularly for high achieving sports people, and can ruin months or even years of training.

"I really appreciate all your help over the last few months. The process has been much smoother than I was expecting so thank you for that"
- cycling client
Our specialist cycling claims lawyers focus on your rehabilitation so that you can work towards getting back to your pre-accident quality of life as quickly as possible.

Our cycling team lawyers have extensive experience in successfully securing compensation for injured cyclists so that they can return to training and competing as quickly as possible.
"I would like to recommend the service I received from Leigh Day, it was efficient from beginning to end"
- cycling client

Cycle accident specialist solicitors

Solicitors and lawyers in our experienced cycling and sports accident claims team are exclusively retained by both British Cycling and the British Triathlon Federation to provide a first class legal service for their members. The team has successfully represented over 1,000 injured cyclists and athletes of these organisations in the past two years.

Leigh Day is accredited by:

Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), the Child Brain Injury Trust , Headway, and the Spinal Injuries Association as a law firm able to represent clients with complex and serious brain and spinal injury claims, as well as life-changing injuries such as limb loss and amputation injuries.

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