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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Survivor Guide: The Peak District during the winter months

    The Peak District is a popular tourist destination all year round. However, as this area is very hilly and quite high above sea level, it can be cold in the winter. Here are our top tips to staying safe whilst visiting the Peak District to avoid a travel accident. Wrap up warm When the temperatures….

    Potential accidents in Blackpool

    Built on the Irish Sea coast of England, Blackpool is known for being a great night out for stag dos, hen parties and not to mention the picturesque pier and the ‘old-school’ amusement park that is known for housing the UK’s oldest wooden roller-coaster. While all those sound extremely fascinating and make Blackpool sound like….

    Survivor Guide: Potential hazards in the Lake District

    When you venture out into the Lakes, you do so expecting a rejuvenating sojourn peppered with relaxing walks across lush, striking landscapes. Yet, as with everything in life, your journey isn’t without hazards in the Lake District. No one likes to put a dampener on your getaway, but it is important to make yourself aware….

    What is the most dangerous suburb in Liverpool?

    ContentsEven the most dangerous suburb in Liverpool appears safer than other citiesAccident or assaultLearn moreIt has not been possible to find crime figures for each and every one of Liverpool’s suburbs, making it difficult to pinpoint the most dangerous suburb in Liverpool. Merseyside Police figures for crimes reported in September 2015 do, however, show that….

    Black spots on the drive between London and Manchester

    Notoriously busy and frequent scene of congestion, long hold-ups and vehicle collisions, the drive between London and Manchester via the M6 has a long list of black spots including stretches of road at or around: Tower Hamlets Newham Waltham Forest Redbridge Enfield Saint Albans Rugby North Warwickshire Salford The most notorious black spots that are….

    Avoiding accidents: M6 Midlands to the Scottish border

    The 232-mile long M6 is not only the UK’s longest motorway; it is also one of the country’s busiest motorways. Running north from Catthorpe Interchange (M1, Junction 19, near Rugby), it passes Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester, Preston, Lancaster and Carlisle before terminating, just yards from the Scottish border, at Junction 45 (Gretna Junction). From this….

    Avoiding accidents: M60 Orbiting Manchester

    Completed in 2000, after 40 years of piece-by-piece construction, the M60 orbiting Manchester boasts a circumference of 35 miles of road. It features 68 bridges, no service stations, 27 junctions and plenty road accident risks. Getting to places Regular users regard the M60 orbital as the simplest, though not necessarily the fastest, way to get from….

    Avoiding accidents: M62 Liverpool to Hull

    It really doesn’t matter how long you’ve been driving and you might think you are very competent behind the wheel, different roads throw up different risks and dangers and you should always expect the unexpected. Motorway driving may be daunting to some but driving along other major roads can be just as dangerous if you….

    Avoiding accidents: A57 Liverpool to Lincoln

    The A57 is a major road connecting Liverpool to Lincoln, via Warrington and Salford. It is home to the Snake Pass, the name given to one of the remote, higher reaches, where the A57 crosses the Peak District between Manchester and Sheffield. This particular section of the road is a well-known road accident black spot, and….

    Avoiding accidents: A59 Wallasey to York

    The A59 is a major road that connects Wallasey in Merseyside, to York in North Yorkshire. The A59 has been given the unenviable title as one of the top 10 dangerous roads in Great Britain. This means that there is a high risk of being involved in a road traffic accident, which could have serious,….

    Accident in Ellesmere Port?

    Part of the historic Manchester Ship Canal, Ellesmere Port expanded during the Industrial Revolution and grew rapidly in the 20th century, when many housing developments were built to accommodate the growing local population. Still an important automotive centre Today, Ellesmere Port is still home to a large Vauxhall factory and also has a significant chemical….

    Accident in Fleetwood?

    For many years, Fleetwood has often been regarded as a quieter, less hectic alternative to neighbouring Blackpool, Britain’s most popular seaside resort. The town was originally an important fishing port, with more than 9,000 people employed in that industry soon after the First World War. A popular destination for people who prefer to get away….

    Accident in Keswick?

    One of the most picturesque market settlements in England, Keswick has been an area of human habitation since the prehistoric period and has been associated with numerous writers such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The charming town is renowned for its Keswick Museum and Art Gallery and has held a regular market for….

    Accident in Whitehaven?

    On the dramatic Cumbrian coastline, Whitehaven is well known for its thriving Maritime Festival, which first took place in 1999 and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors. The town, like much of Northwest England, was heavily reliant on coal mining in the industrial era, and hundreds of people were victims of serious work injuries and….

    Accident in Workington?

    Known for its historic forts dating back to the Roman era, Workington was once an industrious iron centre and was an important centre for steel production during the Second World War, when the town housed an electric furnace that produced steel for military engines. From an industrial powerhouse to a regenerated 21st century community The….

    Accident in Penrith?

    A quintessential English market settlement, Penrith is next to one of Britain’s most famous landscapes, the Lake District National Park, which attracts millions of visitors every year. The town is part of an ancient Roman road and was once the home of the eminent poet William Wordsworth, one of England’s most prolific Romantic authors. Penrith….

    Accident in Kendal?

    This beautiful market settlement was once famous for its cloth manufacturing industry and dates back to the ancient period. Like all communities in the UK, some people living in or visiting Kendal can experience slips, trips or falls and suffer injuries that are not their fault. If you are one of them, you could claim….

    Accident in Northwich?

    Have you been the victim of an accident in Northwich that wasn’t your fault? If you have, you could be entitled to claim financial compensation. Since the year 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has processed thousands of claims from no-fault injury and slip and fall victims to enable them to get the justice they deserve. Northwich….

    Accident in Macclesfield?

    If you’ve been involved in an accident in Macclesfield that you believe wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to compensation. Accidents can occur anywhere at any time and are sometimes unavoidable. However, on some occasions, people can be victims of injuries resulting from the negligent or irresponsible behaviour of others, like some accidents at….

    Accident in Chorley?

    If you think you may have been the victim of an accident at work or any other location in Chorley that was not your fault, you could be entitled to compensation. At Accident Advice Helpline, we are committed to helping thousands of accident victims get the compensation that’s rightfully theirs. Accidents can happen at any….

    Accident in Southport?

    Situated on North West England’s Irish Sea coast, the large sea-side town of Southport is located 26.6 km (16.5 miles) to the north of Liverpool and 23.8 km (14.8 miles) south-west of Preston. Fringed by the estuary of the River Ribble in the north, Southport forms part of the Merseyside Borough of Sefton. Southport attractions….

    Accident in Lancaster?

    As a law firm specialising in all areas of personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline has gained a unique and expert knowledge when it comes to accidents. We operate right across the UK, so one of our legal team is on hand to help you, wherever you are. Here we look at some potential accidents….

    Accident in Birkenhead?

    Birkenhead is a town located on Merseyside near Liverpool. It is famous for its ship building and its sea port. This is a popular destination for tourists as it has plenty to see and do including an extensive travel network from trains and trams to boats and even planes. However, travel accidents can and do….

    Accident in Crewe?

    The town of Crewe, Cheshire, is probably best known for the fact that it is home to one of the North West’s largest railway stations, which is also a major Main Line (West Coast) interchange station; Crewe Works railway engineering and the Pyms Lane Bentley manufacturing facility. There is, however, much more to this town…..

    Accident in Blackpool?

    The seaside town of Blackpool in Lancashire is a popular holiday destination. Attractions include the Blackpool Pleasure Beach; Sandcastle Water Park; Blackpool Tower Eye, which features a ‘Skywalk’ and a 4D cinema; Blackpool Tower Dungeon, the Promenade and Blackpool Zoo. Then, of course, there are Blackpool Tower Circus, the beach and more. Shopping in Blackpool….

    Accident in Blackburn?

    With a number of play centres, an indoor water park, numerous museums and perhaps the most entertaining owners of any club in the Football League (unless of course you are a Rovers fan) there is no shortage of things to enjoy in Blackburn. The last thing you want is for your day out in Blackburn….

    Accident in Preston?

    Often dwarfed by the presence of nearby Manchester and Blackpool, Preston is a relatively undiscovered gem of the North West. However, like any major town or city, it has its problems when to comes to accidents and the subsequent personal injuries. Preston accidents – slips, trips and falls Statistics from the local council show that, over….

    Accident in Barrow-in-Furness

    If you are the victim of an accident, it can be an extremely stressful and worrying situation. The pain suffered, missing work and possible financial ramifications of suffering an accident can play on the mind of a potential claimant. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline helps to ease those worries and in particular takes a….

    Accident in Warrington

    If you’ve suffered an accident in Warrington within the last three years and it wasn’t your fault, Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you. We have a legal team who operate right across the United Kingdom including Warrington. Here is an overview of the service that you can expect from Accident Advice Helpline:….

    Accident in Widnes?

    Situated in between Liverpool and Manchester, Widnes has a variety of attractions which can make it a brilliant day out. From family events at Victoria Park, getting involved at the science Catalyst Museum or visiting Widnes Market, there are a number of things to do, but also a range of potential hazards. Accident Advice Helpline’’s….

    Accident in Burnley?

    Britain may have one of the best road safety records in the world, but figures are still high, with around 195,000 road accidents occurring in Great Britain every single year. Burnley, a small Lancashire market town, is a diverse part of the country, but like many towns, Burnley has its fair share of road traffic….

    Accident in St Helens?

    Situated 9.7 km (six miles) north of North West England’s River Mersey in the historic county of Lancashire, the town of St Helens is the St Helens Metropolitan Borough’s administrative centre. Having lost much of its former industry over the last few decades, the town’s economy is now predominantly based on retail. Shopping in St….

    Accident in Chester?

    Situated close to the Welsh border on the River Dee, the Cheshire city of Chester has a lot to offer visitors and locals alike. Attractions in Chester In addition to avant-garde shopping facilities, Chester is home to a selection of museums, Chester Zoo and Chester Cathedral. Other attractions include: Chester Racecourse. Shire Horse Centre (Cotebrook)…..

    Accident in Morecambe?

    The Lancashire town of Morecambe is a highly popular destination for day trips and coastal holidays. Offering an array of attractions, from Lancashire Castle, museums and stunning panoramic views to the popular Morecambe Superbowl, three theatres and a large, four-screen cinema, Morecombe also provides plenty of scope for a variety of activities. Morecambe Activities Some….

    Accident in Wigan?

    Whether it’s a public trip or fall on the way to see the 2013 FA Cup winners, an incident on the road or injuries suffered at work, there are numerous threats to personal safety in and around Wigan. Are road traffic accidents common in Wigan? Statistics from the Highways Forecasting Analytical Services (HFAS) reveal that….

    Accident in Stockport?

    While Stockport –is a large town which forms part of bustling Manchester –and certainly a great place to visit for a day out, it isn’t without its accidents. With lots on offer in the former Lancashire town, Stockport welcomes thousands upon thousands of visitors each and every year. But there’s a downside to busy towns….

    Accident in Tameside?

    Tameside is a borough located in Manchester. Its history spans all the way back to the Stone Age and the city has many historic monuments including 14th-century Buckton Castle. What other attractions are there in Tameside? Due to its historic past, Tameside has a lot of historical buildings and sculptures, including a bronze age cairn….

    Accident in Carlisle?

    Carlisle, a picturesque city in the county of Cumbria, in North West England. The postcard-perfect landscapes comprise sightseeing greats such as Hadrian’s Wall and Carlisle Castle. More contemporarily, Carlisle has a buzzing cultural scene with a number of museums, entertainment venues and annual festivals, such as August’s Carlisle Food Fair. With so much on offer,….

    Accident in Salford?

    Salford is at the heart of Greater Manchester, with Oxford Street, the Palace Theatre and Old Trafford on its doorstep. However, it is also home to its own attractions such as The Lowry, Salford Quays and Salford Cathedral which in turn attract many tourists. Like every city though there are certain spots where extra care….

    Accident in Rochdale?

    Nestled between Oldham and Manchester, in the North West of England, Rochdale is a market town that once belonged to Lancashire but is now part of Greater Manchester. Known for its canals, mills and feel-good working class vibe, Rochdale is a typically northern borough with a beaming heart of gold. Regardless of how welcoming the….

    Accident in Oldham?

    Health & Safety Executive case studies repeatedly reveal instances of workers injured at work in Oldham. The most recent of these cases in October 2013 involved a worker losing two fingers at a tissue manufacturer’s plant. While the number of incidents in Oldham is by no means greater than those of other areas, it does….

    Accident in Bolton?

    In terms of accidents and crimes, Bolton has seen significant reductions in the last few years. However, it is an unfortunate fact that accidents can, and do, still happen and it is important, particularly if you are visiting for the first time, to follow a few basic safety guidelines to guard against accidents and personal….

    Accident in Bury?

    Do you live in Bury? Have you been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault? If you have experience of slips, trips and falls and you would like to find out more about claiming compensation, contact Accident Advice Helpline. What are the causes of public place falls? Falls are among the most common types….

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