The village of Yaxley is located in Cambridgeshire, just south of the city of Peterborough, and falls under the municipal authority of Cambridgeshire County Council.
A proposed new cycleway will eventually connect Yaxley with the point where Daimler Avenue meets Broadway near the A15 route and will include the stretch between Broadway and Farcet. The new cycleway should appeal to tourists and locals alike. As creating more cycling routes is part of the Council’s overall transport plan, the flat landscape should eventually offer even more cycleways covering villages like Warmington and Stilton, Holme and Sawtry.
Cycling accidents on roads can end in fatalities. If you’re out and about on your bike, be sure to wear a helmet and protective clothing that provides good visibility to enable other road users to see you. On cycle paths maintained by the Council you should enjoy safe riding; however, if sign-posting was carried out in a slip-shod manner you may find yourself in a ditch or hurtling towards a railway crossing that you didn’t expect.
If you suffered injuries in a cycling accident that was entirely avoidable and the result of somebody else’s negligence, you should contact a compensation claim solicitor for an initial free consultation or you could speak to an expert advisor about claiming compensation in Yaxley, or wherever the accident happened. For example, if you rode your bike along Daimler Avenue and a motorist in a parked vehicle opened their car door without looking into their mirror and you got knocked off your bike, you should be claiming compensation in Yaxley.
Where do you find solicitors to help with claiming compensation in Yaxley?
Easy! Simply call Accident Advice Helpline and speak to an advisor, they will be able to answer any questions you may have about claiming compensation in Yaxley. There’s no obligation to proceed with a claim, you can just ask for advice and make up your mind based on the information you receive, whether or not it is worth your while to make an injury claim.
All of the solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline offer no-win, no-fee services, allowing you to start your claim without paying any money upfront for legal fees.
You won’t be asked to pay anything during the claims process either but obviously, there is a cost at the end, when your claim is settled successfully. Some home contents or building insurance policies cover such legal representation, as do most union membership agreements. It is, therefore, important to forward as many details and relevant documents to your accident solicitor as possible, when you start your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000. Since then we have helped thousands of non-fault accident victims to receive justice and compensation. So, why not give us a call on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) today.