Several counties border Lincolnshire in east central England, but its border with Northamptonshire is just 20 yards long and is the shortest count boundary in the country. It is the second largest county in England and can be broken down into differing areas. There are the chalk hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, the Lincolnshire Fens, the limestone hills of South Kesteven and industrial areas such as the Humber Estuary, Grimsby and Scunthorpe.
Lincolnshire as it is today was only formed in 1996 when several other smaller areas were made part of it.
It is primarily an agricultural county growing large amounts of wheat, barley sugar beet, oilseed rape, potatoes, cauliflowers and onions. In the southern part of the county, the Sutton Bridge Crop Storage centre, belonging to the Potato Council, engages in research for the British potato industry. In the early 1900’s mechanisation diminished the numbers of jobs in the agricultural industry, but engineering companies largely replaced these.
It is one of the few counties that still use the 11 plus exam to see who will go to grammar school, and as a consequence there are many towns that have both a grammar school and a secondary modern school. Its county town, Lincoln, is non-selective though and almost all of the children go to a comprehensive school.
The road infrastructure of Lincolnshire is not brilliant, it is one of the very few counties in the UK that does not have motorways. Until several years ago it only has 22 miles of dual carriageway Trains do not fare much better. The county has quite a low population for its land mass, so trains are infrequent, and not all of them stop at all stations.
However, the population is growing year by year, with many thousand of new residents moving into the new housing developments. The plan is to have 14,000 new homes by 2026 and create 12,000 new jobs by then too. It is estimated that every summer the population grows by about 100,000 because of people that live in coastal caravan sites in the warmer weather.
There are three main areas that are well known holiday resorts, one being Skegness and the surrounding town, another being Mablethorpe and the villages around it and the third being Cleethorpes. These all have plenty of attractions for the holidaymakers and residents alike.
Sometimes and accident happens in Lincolnshire where an innocent person is injured through no fault of their own. If you have found yourself in this situation, you may be looking for a personal injury solicitor in Lincolnshire to help you claim compensation. Why not call us at Accident Advice Helpline instead. We have over 17 years experience in making successful claims, and have already helped many thousands of innocent accident victims win the compensation they deserved. We will happily help you too, just call us today.
Road traffic accident in Lincolnshire
The A46 Welton junction is known as an accident black spot, as is the A18, a ten mile stretch of which was names Britain’s most dangerous road. Because Lincolnshire has no motorways does not mean there will not be accidents on the roads. In fact, you are more likely to have an accident on an A or B road, because there are so many other distractions. On a motorway, the traffic is all travelling in one direction and any road signs are for distances to places, there are no instruction signs to follow.
As most collisions are caused by driver error, often because of a lack of concentration, a road traffic accident in Lincolnshire should not be a surprise to anyone. They happen with alarming frequency. If you were hurt in an accident on the roads that you were not to blame for, you may be entitled to compensation. Don’t go through the hassle of trying to find a personal injury solicitor in Lincolnshire, not when we are just at the other end of a phone waiting to take your call.
Our advisors are here to help you decide if you want to make a claim by providing you with information that is relevant to your situation. Chatting with them does not commit you to anything, so why not give us a call today.
Whiplash accident in Lincolnshire
Whiplash is a painful and disabling injury that you can suffer in many different ways. It is often the result of a road accident because your seatbelt holds your body firmly in place, but your head is free to move as much as it wants. The force of an impact can make it move further than it should, and this is what causes the damage that is whiplash.
You are likely to be suffering for just a few weeks if you are lucky. For the more unfortunate victim’s whiplash can last for months, and then it is counted as a chronic condition.
If you have suffered a whiplash accident in Lincolnshire, and someone else was to blame, you have three years from when the incident happened to get your claim started. Don’t waste a minute of that time searching for a personal injury solicitor in Lincolnshire, not when we are here to make your claim as stress and hassle-free as possible. Why not give us a ring today to find out how we can help you?
Work accident in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire has a population of 743,000 of which roughly 60 percent are of working age. Roughly 22 percent of them are students and 13 percent retired, both figures that fall in line with the national averages. As the figures from the Office For National Statistics do not include the farming industry, they are a bit distorted for Lincolnshire, which relies heavily on agriculture.
Farming is the most dangerous of all industries to work in, with more serious injuries and deaths each year than any other. There are so many things to go wrong on a farm. You could:
- Fall into a grain silo
- Be run over by a delivery or collection vehicle
- Be attacked by livestock
- Come into contact with dangerous chemicals
- Be in an accident with a piece of plant, such as a combined harvester
- Fall from a hayloft
These are just a few examples of farm accidents, there are many more. It is up to the farmer to make sure his employees are safe and if any of them are injured in a work accident in Lincolnshire, they may be able to claim compensation.
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Slips, trips and falls in Lincolnshire
Slips, trips and falls in Lincolnshire happen every day, and sometimes innocent people are injured through no fault of their own. Injuries suffered in this type of accident can be life-changing, and that is made even worse if someone else was to blame. In this situation, you could be entitled to compensation, but making a personal injury claim is a legal process that needs expertise. Call us today and speak with our experienced advisors, who will be able to give you all the guidance you need.
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