East Lindsey is an area operated by the local government. According to the most recent census, a total of 136,401 people live there. Some live in major settlements including Skegness and Chapel St Leonards, while others live in more rural areas. In common with all other parts of the country, East Lindsey road traffic accidents do occur from time to time. While most of these are minor in nature, there are some that have been more serious in nature.
What kinds of road traffic accidents may occur?
Many RTAs are minor prangs that can be resolved between the people concerned. However, in some cases they can involve more serious accidents where one or more people are badly injured. East Lindsey road traffic accidents are no more likely to occur than accidents in other parts of the country. However, as anyone who has suffered such an accident will know, it can be disruptive, frightening and painful, depending on how bad it is at the time.
All kinds of injuries can result from an RTA. For example, whiplash is one of the most common, but that doesn’t make it any less painful. Other examples of injuries that may occur include shoulder injuries from wearing a seatbelt, not to mention seatbelt bruising in other areas as well. If the crash is a serious one, it is not uncommon to suffer multiple injuries, some of which could turn out to be life threatening. No one wants to suffer injuries like this, but some have had their lives completely turned upside down following an accident of this nature. In some cases, those people were not to blame for the crash either, which makes it harder to come to terms with.
Could you make a claim?
If you know first-hand what it is like to be involved in East Lindsey road traffic accidents, it may be worth calling Accident Advice Helpline to see if you could claim anything for your injuries. If someone else caused the crash to occur – whether you were a passenger, a pedestrian or a cyclist – you may have good reason to believe a compensation payment may be made.
Our direct enquiry line is free to call, and you only need ring 0800 689 0500 to make use of it. When you speak to one of our advisors, you will be able to find out whether a compensation claim could result.
Date Published: 14th August 2014
Author: David Brown