Sergeant Dominic Doyle and Jodi Gordon

Light Up

Campaigns Cycle Law
March 13, 2024

This is not a campaign targeting cyclists. It is an opportunity to educate ALL road users and make them aware of their respective responsibilities.

I ride too - CLS

I ride too!

Campaigns Cycle Law
March 13, 2024

For too long, cyclists have been treated as some sort of societal outgroup. There is an ‘us and them’ culture causing sharp debate at any suggestion of sharing the road.

Cycle Law

Near Misses

Campaigns Cycle Law
March 13, 2024

Many cycling collisions go unreported because the cyclist is not too badly injured and his/her bike is not damaged.

Road Share

Road Share Campaign for Presumed Liability

Campaigns Cycle Law
March 13, 2024

Brenda Mitchell from Cycle Law Scotland founded the Road Share Campaign which seeks to introduce presumed liability onto Scotland's roads and bring some legal protection to all vulnerable road users.

What our clients say.

“I would highly recommend Cycle Law Scotland. My case was handled by Thomas Mitchell who provided advice and updates from the beginning to end. Cycle Law Scotland have access to numerous professionals who can provide expert opinions.”

Damien Scott

“Thomas from Motorcycle Law Scotland spent a lot of time on my case and was very determined to get me the amount to recover my losses. A very competent firm and guided me through the process of the claim step by step. I fully recommend them.”

Brian Meiklejohn

“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

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