Are you looking for an accident lawyer in East Riding of Yorkshire because you’ve had a vehicle collision while driving at night?
Our ‘no win, no fee*’ legal team can help
If the accident you were in was caused by another driver, and you were injured as a result, you could be eligible to claim. You can check whether you qualify by taking the 30 second test on Accident Advice Helpline’s website, or just call our hotline straight away.
If you are eligible for compensation, an adviser will take your details and talk you through the process of claiming. They will then pass your case information, in confidence, to an accident lawyer in East Riding of Yorkshire on our legal team.
Call an accident lawyer in East Riding of Yorkshire
Our hotline is open 24/7, too, so you can call whenever you like. Even if it’s 4am and you’re wide awake, you can guarantee that there will be a team of advisers who are just as alert – so call one of these numbers:
- 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
Alternatively, text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will call you back.Open Claim Calculator
The perils of driving at night
Sadly, night-time collisions aren’t uncommon – any accident lawyer in East Riding of Yorkshire will deal with several cases of personal injury every year where the accident leading to the injury took place on the road at night.
Poor visibility because of the dark, lack of street lighting in some areas (even some stretches of A-road and motorway) and tiredness are all factors that contribute to accidents at night.
It’s also colder at night, so if you’re in an accident and you have to leave your car, it will be deeply unpleasant for you as you stand well back from the road, awaiting the police – and possibly the ambulance.
How to avoid accidents
Don’t drive at night at all, if you don’t have to – stay at home and drive the following morning, when you will be rested and the visibility will be better.
If a night-time journey is the only option, can you make it by train instead? If not, are you taking other people with you? Can they drive? If they’re licensed, and insured for your vehicle, let them get behind the vehicle for a bit.
Get some rest before you set off, and continue to get rest on your journey by pulling in at a service station every so often, and at least once every two hours. Use the toilet, stretch your legs, have some water or coffee, and eat a healthy snack.
Don’t put your life, or others’ lives, in danger when you drive at night – and if you need an accident lawyer in East Riding of Yorkshire, call Accident Advice Helpline.