Longniddry is a village in East Lothian, Scotland, with a population of 2,613, according to the 2001 census. James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan lived in Longniddry from August 1964 with his mother and new stepfather William Carmichael before moving to London. Road traffic accidents happen no matter where you live in the UK.
Drivers texting could mean someone else needs to use expert injury lawyers in Longniddry
There are many hazards that could cause a road traffic accident, quite often simple things like a driver losing concentration for just a few seconds. To avoid using expert injury lawyers in Longniddry, there are a number of things you should not do while driving, most of them are common sense, but you still see drivers doing them all the time:
- Don’t try to tune your radio.
- Don’t text while driving.
- Don’t do your hair or make up in your mirror.
- Don’t adjust your seat, pull over first.
- Don’t try to eat or drink.
- Don’t use your mobile unless its hands free.
- Don’t try to read a map without pulling over first.
There are many other things drivers do when they should be focusing on the road and no matter how observant you are, if you are on the other end of their lack of concentration, you could sustain injuries and need to use expert injury lawyers in Longniddry.
Accident Advice Helpline could help you if you need expert injury lawyers in Longniddry
This is when you need a good quality law firm to represent you, this is when you need the services of Accident Advice Helpline.
We have been dealing with road traffic accident claims for over 15 years and we have a wealth of knowledge and experience to make your injury claim efficient and hassle free.
On our website, there is a compensation calculator that we call the 30-second test. Complete this and in less than 30 seconds, it will let you know if you qualify to make an injury claim. If you do, it will give you an indication of the sort of amount you can expect to receive. This would only be a rough estimate as everyone’s circumstances are different and can affect the final payout amount.
Our friendly and professional advisers can be contacted on our number, 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. These compassionate souls will discuss the accident and your resulting injuries with you. With no pressure at all from Accident Advice Helpline, they will let you decide if you wish to continue with the claim once you have all the information. If you do, they will start the necessary processes and from then on you will hear very little from us. We take all the worry and stress off your shoulders, we deal with the large organisations that are usually at the other end of a claim and when this is all done and agreed we will let you know.
Many of our claimants never have to go to court and it is nothing unusual for the claim to be settled by phone, making the whole experience easier and less traumatic for you.
Date Published: 7th October 2013
Author: David Brown