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    How to get legal help in Lincolnshire


    Fortunately taxi accidents are few and far between – but if you are visiting Accident Advice Helpline today, precisely because you have been involved in a taxi accident, and you happen to live in Lincolnshire, then the chances are that you are looking at making a taxi accident claim Lincolnshire.

    Read on to find out how to get legal help in Lincolnshire and how you can make a taxi accident claim.

    How to get legal help in Lincolnshire

    Lincolnshire is a beautiful county and covers 2687 square miles making it the second largest county in England after North Yorkshire. This farming and coastal county borders South Yorkshire to the north-west, the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north, Norfolk to the south-east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south-west, as well as Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.

    You may not know that Lincolnshire also borders Northamptonshire to the south for just 20 yards – 18 metres – which means that this lush agricultural area criss-crossed by roads has the record for England’s shortest county boundary. However, Lincolnshire only ranks 42nd in terms of population density – meaning that Lincolnshire is a sprawling county with a great deal of countryside. Public transport is sporadic to rural areas and that of course means that taxis have to make long trips on numerous B roads.

    To add to the fact that Lincolnshire is a large county with many rural roads, most of the roads are very narrow with few overtaking points. People risk life and limb speeding or trying to overtake on the roads – all of which adds to the number of road accidents in the county.

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    Taxi accident claims in Lincolnshire

    If you have been involved in a taxi accident in Lincolnshire then you need to make an accident claim Lincolnshire and Accident Advice Helpline are here to assist you. In order to advance your taxi accident claim Lincolnshire, we need to understand the details of the incident that you were involved in.

    You may have been a customer of the taxi, perhaps you were sat in the front or the back when the accident occurred. Perhaps the taxi collided with another road user and you were hurt in the collision – or maybe you were in another car and the taxi collided with you. You may even have been a pedestrian and the taxi hit you while you were walking along, just minding your own business.

    Whatever the circumstances of the case you need to get in touch with us. You can do this by contacting us through our website or you can phone us.  We have friendly and efficient advisers ready to help you as soon as you phone. They will take some details from you and ask about the circumstances of the accident. That material is then relayed to our professional legal team who will then get in touch with you to find out more detail.

    Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?

    We ensure that your claim is processed in a way that is trouble free for you. We have over 15 long years of experience, dealing with thousands of clients. We are very good at what we do – so get in touch today.

    If you’re wondering how to get legal help in Lincolnshire, contact us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.

    Date Published: 16th June 2013

    Author: thewritersbarn

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