A lack of concentration could mean you need to use an injury attorney in Newark
Newark is a market town in Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands region. An Anglo-Saxon pagan cemetery, used from the early 5th to the early 7th century, has been found in Millgate in Newark, close to both the Fosse Way and the River Trent in which cremated remains were buried in pottery urns.
Drivers in and around Newark, and everywhere else, need to concentrate while driving. Loss of concentration is given as the biggest cause of road traffic accidents in the UK, causing more victims to be injured and needing to use an injury attorney in Newark.
Keep alert so that you do not cause someone to have to use an injury attorney in Newark
There are more than enough hazards on our roads that cause accidents resulting in injuries and deaths. An average of five people a day lose their lives on UK roads, some of them just because someone’s mind was elsewhere; they were not concentrating on driving.
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:
- Don’t use your mobile, unless it’s hands free;
- Don’t try to tune your radio or change a CD;
- Don’t be distracted by passengers;
- Don’t try to read a map without pulling over first;
- Don’t do your hair or make up in your mirror;
- Don’t try to eat or drink; and
- Don’t adjust your seat — pull over first.
No matter how observant you are, there will always be drivers out there who do silly things, and unfortunately you may be on the receiving end of the results and have a collision with them.
This would make you the blameless victim of careless driving, which would entitle you to make a personal injury claim for any injuries, physical or psychological, that you may sustain in the incident. This is when you would need to use an injury lawyer in Newark.
We will concentrate on your claim
Accident Advice Helpline will provide you with a professional and efficient service, and our in-house solicitors have the expertise needed in numerous accident compensation claim types. They are used to dealing with all types of situations and organisations, such as insurance companies, local authorities, health trusts, employers, and many more. The one thing you can be sure of is that they will get you the best deal available, as quickly as possible, and as trouble-free for you as they can.
You can complete our 30-second test online, which will give you a rough guide to the amount of compensation you can expect to be awarded, or if you prefer to speak to a real person you should contact the experts at Accident advice Helpline on our freephone number, 0800 180 4123, and speak to one of our friendly advisors. They will assist you all they can and can start the process of making a personal injury compensation claim.
No money is needed to start your claim, it’s free to contact us and we operate on a no win no fee* basis, so we receive no money until we have won your compensation claim.