Ryan was involved in a very nasty accident whilst cycling to work. He was travelling along a main road in Croydon when a car turned right in front of him causing a collision. As a result of the impact Ryan suffered a broken clavicle requiring surgery.
Watch Ryan tell his story
Soon after taking the claim on, Fieldfisher managed to secure an early admission of liability and engaged with the insurers to negotiate a good settlement. This included reimbursing Ryan for his medical expenses, loss of earnings, his broken bike and the pain and injury caused
Ryan went on to say:
“Fieldfisher supported me after I was hit by a car on my commute to work. Through their skills and expertise I was successful in my compensation claim against the driver responsible for the accident.
The whole process went very smoothly with Fieldfisher being there every step of the way advising as to the best course of action. I would not hesitate in recommending Fieldfisher to anyone who found themselves in a similar position to myself.”
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