Burscough is situated in Lancashire, in the North West of England with transport links to the surrounding cities of Manchester and Liverpool and a high influx of tourists who visit the Martin Mere wonders such as nature reserves, petting farms and more for an idyllic family day out.
The image of Burscough is quaintly English, on the whole, with many flower fronted cottages and snug public houses. The roads are mainly country lanes which wind on to connect to larger trunk roads and they can be a notorious setting for road traffic accidents. The reason being that they were not constructed with todays heavy traffic use in mind and things such as sharp bends and steep hills now make oncoming traffic totally invisible until it is too late. Much has been done to attempt to make the roads safer such as speed restrictions, cameras and bumps but until the roads are totally demolished and re built – something which is talked about but no plans ever made – then these roads are likely to continue to be fairly dangerous, even to an experienced and confident driver.
An injury solicitor in Burscough has worked as part of Accident Advice Helpline for over a decade and receiving over 25,000 enquiries and claims each month has given us the experience to create the most appropriate policies for our clients built on what they want and what is most successful, including having a 24 hour phone line service we are also always contactable online through our website www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk to ensure that whenever you need us, we are there.
Road traffic accidents can leave their victims with life long issues, whether mental or physical and it can be extremely hard to try to get over an incident so traumatic. You may require psychological therapies to deal with the emotional side to your accident which can be anything from anxiety issues to panic attacks and for the physical side you may need treatments such as physiotherapy. Our injury solicitor in Burscough has a full reimbursement service which means that anything you have had to pay out for, such as private medical treatment, as a result of your accident we can have these costs covered – on top of the compensation award. We do require receipts for things such as prescription costs and also evidence of hospital or doctors treatments which can be in paper form. This will also help us to build up a stronger case to obtain the maximum compensation possible for your accident or injury.
Accident Advice Helpline operate a 24 hour advice line, which is always free to phone and there is always a friendly advisor waiting to take your call. We can help in the initial stages to provide non obligation advice and guidance for your circumstances and if we believe you have a claim for compensation we will take on your case free of charge. You can call anytime on, 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993 and making that call could quite easily change your life for the better.
Date Published: 29th December 2013
Author: David Brown