A tale of two Councils and an expansion joint

Cycle Law

A damaged bridge expansion joint causes a cyclist to come off and sustain serious injuries. However, a denial of ownership and responsibility between two councils causes problems and inevitable delays.

What our clients say.

“So grateful to the random person on facebook that directed us to these guys after our son’s motorcycle accident. The fact that they understand bikes and riding perfectly was an excellent starting point. Communication has been excellent from the very first call. Their manner is relaxed and friendly. Most importantly they cared about my boys recovery first and foremost and have a great team to support his rehabilitation. Their professionalism and kindness made the claim process very easy. With their help we achieved an excellent result.”

Joan Maclachlan

“Cycle Law Scotland were brilliant from start to finish. Throughout the whole process of my claim, their communication was fantastic and they handled my case with skill and professionalism. At first I wasn’t sure whether to take legal action after my accident because I was worried it would be too complicated, but I’m really glad I did. Cycle Law Scotland took the stress out and made the whole process very easy. I couldn’t recommend them enough. Thank you!”

Kate Osmond

“Very lovely to deal with, took time to explain everything and felt nothing was an issue. Can’t thank all the staff enough.”

Ashley Farquharson

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