Nichola rides competitively for the Dulwich Paragons. She is also a cycling specific physiotherapist and has set up her own business, VeloPhysio.
Nichola was knocked off her bike whilst passing a T-junction on her way to work. She had the right of way and an oncoming car failed to stop at the junction, pulled out and actually sped up into her path. The car collided with Nichola, resulting in nasty spinal injuries. Not only did this have a physical impact but also had a knock on effect to her business.
Of note, Nichola transferred her case to us from her previous solicitors who seemed to be stalling and not instructing the right experts. She just wanted to get her life back on track.
Watch Nichola tell her story
“I was hit by a car when cycling to work last year sustaining injuries to my back and neck. It was a very traumatic time. My initial solicitor did not handle the case particularly well.
I was recommended Fieldfisher (Jill Greenfield) through a friend. As soon as they took the case on, everything was dealt with swiftly and professionally, I was promptly seen by top medical experts, all my concerns were dealt with immediately and empathetically, and the case was resolved promptly. This significantly eased the emotional stress during a very difficult time.
I could not recommend them enough.”
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