Lancashire is fairly packed with towns, some of which are market towns – and one such town is called Garstang. This parish has just over 4,000 residents, and is well known for being the first town to be approved as a Fairtrade Town. There may not seem to be much call for you to contact a personal injury lawyer in Garstang, but if something were to happen to you and you live in that area, the idea might cross your mind.
Road accidents are just one example
Road accidents happen on a daily basis. They may happen in Garstang just as they may happen anywhere else you can think of – from towns to cities and through to the smallest villages. Wherever you are, you may not be the cause of the accident that leaves you with injuries. It is this type of situation that might result in you looking for a personal injury lawyer in Garstang who might be able to help out.
The most important question to ask when you are faced with injuries sustained in a road accident is who was to blame. We are all at risk of causing accidents if we don’t pay attention, but every day, people are involved in crashes that they did nothing to cause. Sometimes it may be obvious that a particular person was negligent in causing a crash to happen. At other times, however, it may not be as clear-cut. In these cases, it certainly helps to have a legal expert you can consult for advice.
Could we be of assistance?
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in Garstang or anywhere else in Lancashire (or further afield), you don’t have to find a personal injury lawyer in Garstang. Instead, you can call 0800 689 0500 to be put through to the experts at Accident Advice Helpline. If you do this, you can soon speak with a friendly advisor who will take your details.
Once we are aware of your situation, we may be able to put you in touch with one of our lawyers. A no win, no fee case might be opened if there is strong evidence someone else was to blame for your injuries. Providing your accident happened in the past three years, there is no reason to hesitate – just call us now to see if we can help in any way.
Date Published: 24th February 2014