Surrounded by lots of pretty little villages and not far from Blackpool and Preston, the seaside town of Lytham St Annes is a great place to live or visit. With its lovely tea shops, its boutique hotels, spa hotels, stylish cafes and restaurants, and famous for its walks and bird-watching opportunities, Lytham St Annes has something for everyone.
You can even go glamping in the area surrounding Lytham St Annes. It’s super fun for the whole family. What’s glamping? It’s where the splendour of the natural outdoors meets with modern luxury. It’s camping without having to do without your creature comforts.
Lytham St Annes is actually two towns; Lytham and St Annes. The wide sandy beaches of St Annes are a real attraction for holidaymakers with their splendid beach huts, the mini links golf course and the pier. On Lytham Green, you will find a historic windmill which contains the local history and lifeboat museums. On a clear day, the windmill offers views of Southport and North Wales in the distance.
Whether you are a resident or you are planning to visit Lytham St Annes in 2018, there will be plenty going on. Events include:
- Lytham Festival
- The Ricoh Women’s British Open Golf Championship
- A 1940s Wartime Weekend
- St Annes Kite Festival
With so much happening, Lytham St Annes is certainly somewhere worth visiting in 2018.
The only problem with public events is that sometimes people get injured, often through no fault of their own. It’s a statistical problem that rears its head wherever crowds of people gather. If you are resident and you are hurt in an accident, you may decide to appoint Accident Advice Helpline to act as your personal injury solicitor in Lytham St Annes.
Although we are not physically based in the town, we are often chosen because of our high national profile, and with our state-of-the-art, responsive website and national helpline, we are just as accessible as a local law firm anyway. In fact, because of our nationwide coverage, visitors who get injured use our services too.
Road traffic accidents in Lytham St Annes
Still on the subject of activities, people not only get hurt at the events themselves; they also get injured in road traffic accidents in Lytham St Annes as they drive to the event, as they park or as they drive away. The A584, also known as the Coast Road as it approaches and passes through Lytham St Annes, sees many accidents throughout the year.
A number of people who get hurt in road traffic accidents in Lytham St Annes turn to us here at Accident Advice Helpline for advice. Many end up using us as their personal injury solicitor in Lytham St Annes when it comes to registering their claims.
To register a successful claim, you’ll need to confirm three things.
- That someone else was at least partially to blame for the accident you were injured in
- That the injury you suffered was significant enough to be given medical treatment
- That the accident in which you were injured took place within the past three years
If you can confirm all three points then any claim you register for personal injury compensation should have a strong chance of succeeding. Call us today to find out more
Whiplash accident in Lytham St Annes
We talked earlier about road traffic accidents happening when drivers are parking at events. Ordinarily speaking, because these types of accidents occur at low speed, the injuries suffered by victims are not life-threatening. Nonetheless, a whiplash accident in Lytham St Annes can still cause severe discomfort and debilitation.
At the time of a low-speed accident you may think that you have got away without injury, however, a whiplash injury often doesn’t manifest itself until the next day. If this happens to you, when you pick Accident Advice Helpline to act as your personal injury solicitor in Lytham St Annes we will advise you to get a medical diagnosis from your GP. You will need this to support any claim.
If your injury is bad enough to warrant you taking time off work, and as a result, you experience a loss of earnings, we here at Accident Advice Helpline can assist you with getting payment for any lost wages.
Regarding the whiplash injury itself and how much money your personal injury compensation could amount to, you can get a rough idea by taking the 30-second test here on our website. All it involves is answering a short number of simple questions relating to the accident and your injury. Having answered the questions, you will then be given an estimate of how much compensation you could receive. Any extra costs or loss of earnings will be added to this sum.
If you’d like to know more about claiming for a whiplash injury, why not call us today and have an informal chat with one of our friendly advisors?
Slips, trips and falls in Lytham St Annes
Slips, trips and falls in Lytham St Anne’s are commonplace, especially at the many events that take place here in the town during the summer. If you are injured in a fall accident for which someone else was to blame you could be entitled to personal injury compensation providing that the injury you sustained was significant enough and was treated medically.
In order to comply with the three-year statute of limitations on all personal injury compensation claims, the incident must have taken place within the past three years as previously mentioned.
When there are plenty of people around, particularly at scheduled events, it is easy to fall over some sort of trip hazard, as they are not easy to spot. Trailing electrical cables are a good example.
If you do get injured in a fall incident you need to try and keep your wits about you. Look around for anybody who witnessed your fall and make a note of their contact details so that your chosen injury solicitor can get in touch with them at a later time. Also, if you have a camera or your mobile phone with you, you should take a photograph of the offending trip hazard.
Too many people do not take advantage of the fact that they are entitled to personal injury compensation. Don’t become one – contact us today and get your claim registered. You could be owed money, and we can help you to secure it.
Work accident in Lytham St Annes
If you get injured in a work accident in the Lytham St Annes and someone else was to blame you should find out whether or not you ought to be claiming personal injury compensation.
Whether it was one of your work colleagues who caused the accident, or your employer was responsible, you could be entitled to register a claim as long as the injury was serious enough to warrant medical attention.
If you suspect that you should be claiming compensation but you are not sure, the best thing to do is to call us here at Accident Advice Helpline and have a chat with one of our friendly advisors. The best way to do this is by using our national helpline. Call 0800 689 0500 from any a UK-based landline or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
Call us today and get your claim started.