CTC Incident Line - Free Cycling Related Legal Advice
Slater & Gordon Lawyers (formerly Russell Jones & Walker) for CTC members
Slater & Gordon Lawyers, formerly Russell Jones & Walker, have been representing CTC members since 2002. This page is dedicated to CTC members and the legal services available to them. Below, CTC members can find details of the CTC Incident Line and information on what they can do should they have an incident.
Full details of the services and the terms and conditions that apply are available from the CTC Incident Line website.
Over the past 4 years CTC Incident Line has undertaken over 1,300 personal injury claims for CTC members which has resulted in over £2.9 million being recovered in damages for those members.
Personal Injury Claims with Slater & Gordon Lawyers
S&G, formerly RJW, provides support to CTC members nationally through its network of 10 offices throughout the UK, this allows us to offer a high quality service to more members UK-wide than other practices can.
We have a specialist cycling team many of whom are cyclists themselves, and so fully understand the issues that cyclists face.
CTC Incident Line has the highest reputation for handling injury compensation cases, and our latest satisfaction survey carried out amongst CTC members showed that 100% of members are satisfied with the service they receive. We have helped thousands of CTC members to get back on the road.
Speak to the CTC Incident Line about:
- Personal injury claims for members
- Personal injury claims for non-members
- Incidents caused by road traffic incidents and poor road conditions, such as potholes
- Injuries from incidents whilst commuting, off road cycling or even on holiday overseas
We can assist with any incident or injury if you are injured cycling or wheeling your bicycle in the UK. Large or small claim – we can help!
Visit the CTC Incident Line website for more information or call anytime on 0844 736 8452.
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