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need a solictor recommend - knocked off

Team4LukeTeam4Luke Posts: 597
edited January 2012 in The bottom bracket
Help please, not for me, for one of my club mates, was knocked off from behind (he is fine), woman admitted at fault, however as you would expect her insurance company are dragging their feet and doing as little as possible, makes it harder my mate as he is only in CTC and their legal is well eh not good, whereas BC legal Dept would take this on.
I know there are some good cycle specialist ones out there but want a recommend or a name please.


thank you
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  • DIESELDOGDIESELDOG Posts: 2,087
    I always thought the CTC prided itself on its legal team? Why are they so pants? Not knowing the exact circumstances of the accident makes it hard to see why they would be so awful.

    Tch, women drivers though...

    Love n hugs

    DD
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  • rozzer32rozzer32 Posts: 3,683
    Leigh Day & Co http://www.leighday.co.uk/Home

    Who I got from British Cycling for both my accidents. The woman dealing with my claim has been excellent :)
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  • rozzer32rozzer32 Posts: 3,683
    ***** Pro Tour Pundit Champion 2020, 2018, 2017 & 2011 *****
  • tyskietyskie Posts: 252
    I'm surprised that you think CTC legal is not very good. I got hit by a car a few years ago sustaining a broken femur amongst other injuries and I was happy with the representation from Paul Kitson at RJW. Would be interested to know what your poor opinion of them is based upon.
  • redveeredvee Posts: 11,922
    Alyson France, Bikeline. Done the biz when I had misfortune to be in a position where I car wanted the bit of tarmac I was on.

    http://www.bikeline.co.uk/accident_claims/about_us.htm
    I've added a signature to prove it is still possible.
  • fossyantfossyant Posts: 2,549
    rozzer32 wrote:
    Leigh Day & Co http://www.leighday.co.uk/Home

    Who I got from British Cycling for both my accidents. The woman dealing with my claim has been excellent :)

    Sarah ? She's sorting mine out !
  • rozzer32rozzer32 Posts: 3,683
    fossyant wrote:
    rozzer32 wrote:
    Leigh Day & Co http://www.leighday.co.uk/Home

    Who I got from British Cycling for both my accidents. The woman dealing with my claim has been excellent :)

    Sarah ? She's sorting mine out !

    Yup she is sorting both my accidents for me.
    ***** Pro Tour Pundit Champion 2020, 2018, 2017 & 2011 *****
  • Team4LukeTeam4Luke Posts: 597
    thanks all, the two above are well known to me but I could not remember the names, the quote below is what my mate said to me. I will forward on to him.

    "i'm struggling with my claim against the other parties insurance who are being very obstructive.
    Bearing in mind she ran into the back of me and admitted full responsibility.

    Just spoke to the CTC legal Dept, who offered no help at all."
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  • Team4LukeTeam4Luke Posts: 597
    I'm BC Gold, my club has yearly problems with CTC membership department, every year and same issues, total lack of communication, unannounced changes left right and centre, not following our instructions, if their legal is anything to go by.
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  • McBain_v1McBain_v1 Posts: 5,237
    Gizmodo wrote:
    Is this a coded ad for a hitman? "need a solicitor knocked off"

    Very good. If you find a shootah then let me know as there are a few solicitors that I would like adding to the list ;)

    What do I ride? Now that's an Enigma!
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