Mark Hambleton - Bath Cycling Accident Solicitor | Royds Withy King

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Mark Hambleton

Mark Hambleton

Senior Associate

T: 01225 730 214 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

Mark is a member of the firm’s dedicated personal injury team and he handles a wide variety of claims related to all types of injury due to accidents.



Very good service start to finish, excellent at reminding me when I needed to be taking actions! Thanks Mark.

Royds Withy King client

About Mark

Mark handles a wide variety of personal injury claim types, but has particular expertise in:

  • all aspects of sports related injuries
  • claims relating to motorcycle accidents
  • acting for cyclists involved in accidents
  • injuries received due to defective products
  • claims due to stress at work
  • personal injury involving animals
  • injury claims due to violent crime.

Mark also receives instructions to act in professional negligence cases and is happy to take over the conduct of personal injury claims from other firms.

Mark’s career with Royds Withy King started in 2006 as a trainee and he qualified in 2008 when he joined the personal injury team.

Mark’s blogs

Read all of Mark’s blogs here

Press contributions

UK cycling – how bike safety can be improved (Bike Radar)
Legal Q&A: What are my rights if a pothole makes me crash? (Bike Radar)
Personal injury firms face rising claims

Membership :

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Professional Negligence Lawyers’s Association

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No matter what the severity of an injury, it’s bound to be a traumatic time. Family life and careers are often disrupted, so it’s gratifying to help clients succeed in their claims as it’s often the first step in regaining some degree of normality in their lives. I deal with all sorts of personal injuries, but as I’m a keen sportsman I’ve increasingly specialised in sports related injuries. Cycling is a passion for me, so I’ve built up a lot of experience in dealing with cycle and motorcycle injury claims, which few people do

Mark Hambleton

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Opinion [20]
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What are the legal rights of a Deliveroo cyclist?

27 April 2017

What happens if a Deliveroo courier is knocked off their bike and injured? Or what happens if they damage someone else’s vehicle?

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Cyclists vs potholes – a lawyer’s view on a never ending problem

9 December 2016

One of my biggest fears when I’m riding my bike is that I will fail to see a pothole. If you do hit one whilst riding, the best outcome is generally getting a nasty jolt; the worst is being thrown into traffic.

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Are many cyclists in the wrong, or should motorists just learn to share?

25 November 2016

At the outset, let me be perfectly clear; I consider myself to be a passionate cyclist and advocate for cycling safety. Half man, half bike, I will be amongst the first to defend the rights of cyclists and the values of the lifestyle.

Combined with this, I am also someone who through their profession, has to deal with the realities of accidents involving cyclists on a near daily basis. This unsurprisingly, also makes me an uncompromising and vocal advocate for cycling safety.

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What happens if you are knocked off your bike without lights?

28 October 2016

Every winter, when the clocks go back and the country is propelled into darkness, we all notice the immediate change. But for those of us that commute by bike, this transition is particularly sharp and when it comes to reduced visibility and our safety, it has the potential to make cycling more dangerous.

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Cyclists without helmets risk losing compensation

4 November 2013

Cyclists who don’t wear helmets may lose up to one-quarter of their compensation if they are injured in an accident, warns Mark Hambleton of Withy King’s Personal Injury team. Although it is not compulsory to wear a cycle helmet, a …

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Solicitors gear up for cycling challenge in aid of Bath Rugby Foundation

11 March 2013

Two Bath solicitors will be teaming up with some of the city’s best known rugby players to cycle 963 miles in nine days to help improve the prospects for disadvantaged young people. Commercial property partner Paul Daniels and cycling law …

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Personal Injury firms face rising claims?

21 September 2012

Withy King’s Personal Injury team’s experience of taking on and settling previously under-valued claims for value bucks the trend reported in the Law Society Gazette last week. A rising number of personal injury firms are facing professional negligence claims for …

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Potential injustice to injury victims – Mark Hambleton discusses

13 July 2012

The next couple of weeks will see the House of Lords debating proposals put forward by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to amend the CICS (Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme). CICS is administered by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, which is …

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Case Studies [2]

KS v AT: Cycling Accident in New Forest

17 September 2015

The Claimant, a manager at Heathrow Airport at the time of the accident, received £65,000 for the injuries sustained in a cycling accident in the New Forest.

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JR v KM: Road traffic accident

The Claimant, a 22 year old semi-professional duathelete at the time of the accident, received £77,500 for the injuries sustained in a road traffic accident in Somerset.

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Videos [1]
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Royds Withy King Insights: Cycling Accident Claims

3 February 2015

In our latest Royds Withy King Insights video, personal injury solicitor and keen cyclist, Mark Hambleton, discusses how you can gain compensation for an accident on your bike as a result of a careless driver, a pothole, or a bike …

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