I was injured when I was riding my bike. What are my options?
It depends on what happened at the time of your cycling injury.
If you were injured because of the actions of the driver of a vehicle. You could bring a claim under the Compulsory Third Party motor vehicle regime. You would serve a claim on the CTP insurer of the car or vehicle that caused the accident. For more information on motor vehicle claims, please click here.
If you were injured because of the negligence of another cyclist, then you may be able to bring a public liability claim. You will need to know the name or identity of the person who caused the accident in order to serve a public liability or “PIPA” claim on them. For more information on public liability claims, please click here.
If you were injured because the road surface was defective, then you might have a claim against the entity responsible for the design, construction or maintenance of the location. For more information on public liability claims, please click here.