So I got knocked off on my way home on Thursday and have a couple of questions: 1) Would you trust a frame that had been in a crash with no visible signs of damage? No marks in the paint, dents or otherwise, but not sure that the frame is still sound. I don't know where the impact occurred as I got concussion so don't remember much. 2) Anyone know of a good solicitor for accidents like this: driver has admitted fault, 5 witnesses back this up, police have advised I speak to one. I am in Newcastle and don't want to screw the lady over, but I would like my bike, clothing and injury costs covered. 3) As a result of the crash, I am losing a tooth (front left, classy...). Any advice on the best sort of replacement? Hospital mentioned an implant or a bridge but I don't really have a clue what would be better! I'd like to add that the woman who hit me stayed until the police arrived. Apparently she put in a 999 call but was too distraught to complete the call! Not saying that's a good thing but it is heartening to know that someone has recognised their fault and is prepared to accept responsibility, especially when it comes to a cycling accident. She will be going on an awareness course, as advised by the excellent policeman sorting things out, and supported by me. Also big thanks to ASDA in Gosforth for their concern and storing my bike until my wife picked it up. And finally to the good people at the RVI for sewing and stapling me back together!