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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury solicitor in North East Lincolnshire

    England is divided into nine broad regions, one of which is Yorkshire and the Humber. A small section in the north-eastern part of that region is North East Lincolnshire. This is regarded as a borough and is a unitary authority area with a population of around 159,000. To this end, if you ever needed to find an injury solicitor in North East Lincolnshire, you may well find it relatively easy to locate someone who could help.

    You might have cause to look for an injury solicitor in a situation where you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident. While you would typically take great care when crossing the road, using crossing points where available, rare instances might see someone being hit by a car even when the pedestrian was doing nothing wrong.

    What factors might contribute to an accident like this?

    This is a reasonable question. Speeding on the part of a driver is a common reason for an accident to occur, as is being distracted, perhaps by a mobile phone or by something else inside the car.

    There have been isolated instances where a driver hasn’t seen the red traffic light that indicates they should stop, and they’ve struck a pedestrian using a crossing while the green man was showing. Even though some pedestrians end up with little to no memory of what happened to them, claims have still been made in order to seek compensation.

    Should you find a local solicitor to help you?

    Accidents involving pedestrians are always worth asking for advice about. But there isn’t necessarily any need to find an injury solicitor in North East Lincolnshire if that’s where the accident happened. You don’t actually need to find someone local to you wherever you are in the country, and there is a good reason for this.

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    When you realise Accident Advice Helpline is contactable on 0800 689 0500, you’ll see you don’t even have to leave your home or workplace to contact someone who might be able to help. If we believe you could make a no win, no fee claim, we’ll pass your information to one of our solicitors. A no win, no fee claim means you’ll have no solicitors’ fees to worry about in the event your claim fails. With that degree of safety, it makes sense to find out as much as you can as soon as possible.

    Date Published: 1st October 2014

    Author: David Brown

    Road Traffic Accident stats for North East Lincolnshire

    All Casualties756771659729575
    Slightly Injured676690565643516
    Seriously Injured7876878258


    Accident at Work stats for North East Lincolnshire

    Non Fatal Injuries321264274
    Fatal Injuries112

    Source: HSE

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