According to TfL’s own figures, one London bike journey in every 135 ends in a casualty*. So, statistically speaking, anyone who cycles to and from work regularly is going to suffer a casualty around four times a year. (It doesn’t matter how good a cyclist you are. If it can happen to Wiggo, Cav and Shane Sutton, then it can happen to you.) The Cycling Solicitors are putting an end to the culture that allows
people to knock cyclists off their bikes with impunity. We’re doing it by hitting them where it hurts: in their pocket. * According to TfL report “Cycling Casualties in Greater London – 2010”, there were 4,007 cycling casualties as a result of collisions. According to TfL “Traffic in London Report 4”, there were 540,000 journeys that involved a cycle stage in 2010. The figure is 540,000 divided by 4,007, rounded up.