Mr Clarke Awarded £3,000 for Cycling Accident

Mr Clarke was cycling to work on a normal day. He was near a junction when a delivery van unexpectedly pulled out of it.

The van hit Mr Clarke, causing him to suffer a significant injury.

He found First4Lawyers online and decided to give us a call to find out whether he would be entitled to any justice for the accident he’d been involved in – which had occurred through no fault of his own.

During our initial conversation with Mr Clarke, we established that he likely had a strong claim for compensation. We put him in touch with a solicitor who specialises in road traffic accident claims.

His solicitor took on his case on a no win no fee basis, which meant Mr Clarke wouldn’t have to pay anything if he was not successful.

Mr Clarke’s solicitor was able to secure him £3,000 in compensation for his injury.

Speaking about his experience with First4Lawyers, Mr Clarke said: “I found First4Lawyers friendly and helpful, and I was so pleased with the solicitor First4Lawyers passed me on to. They were very good and dealt with everything, keeping me informed throughout the process.”

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