North Lincolnshire is a beautiful part of England. It is famous for being the red rose in the War of the Roses, its tasty sausages, and of course for Lancashire Hotpot.
Sir Isaac Newton was born in Lincolnshire; in Woolsthorpe Manor in the small hamlet of Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth to be more precise – a settlement in South Kesteven, not far from Grantham. He attended school at the King’s School in Grantham, where his signature has been preserved and applied to one of the window sills.
Agriculture is widespread throughout North Lincolnshire, and large crops of barley, oilseed rape and sugar beet are among those cultivated.
From an education point of view, North Lincolnshire is one of the few areas in the UK that still uses the 11-plus system to choose its Grammar School students. In terms of higher student education, there are two universities; the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University.
The principal town and cities in North Lincolnshire include Cleethorpes, Grantham, Grimsby, Lincoln and Skegness. As regards the economy of North Lincolnshire, the most significant sector is the services sector, followed by the industrial sector and the agricultural sector.
For those wishing to partake in the various recreational activities in North Lincolnshire, the Waters’ Edge Country Park and Visitor Centre makes a great day out for the family. There are 110 acres of beautiful parklands and nature reserve to explore, with plenty of things like interactive displays to check out your “green” credentials. Youngsters can enjoy the Kid’s Corner and have fun feeding the ducks in the many ponds.
For those who are a little more serious about their recreational activities, there is Normanby Hall Country Park with its historic mansion house, its 300-acre estate with award-winning gardens, and its Farm museum which is open through the summer months. For the more energetic, there are many beautiful walks you can take through the unspoiled countryside of North Lincolnshire.
Like anywhere, accidents can occasionally happen, and unsuspecting, innocent people sometimes get hurt. If this happens to you and you are looking for someone to act as your personal injury solicitor in North Lincolnshire, to help with claiming compensation, call Accident Advice Helpline today.
Road traffic accidents in North Lincolnshire
As North Lincoln’s economy is not as strong as that of many other counties here in the UK, the transport links are not as well developed as they could be. Rather than having many motorways and dual carriageways crossing the area, the road network is made up mainly from single carriageway “A” roads and local “B” roads. This all contributes to the total number of road traffic accidents in North Lancashire that happen every year.
In the northwest of England, where North Lincolnshire sits, there were 17,326 injury casualties in 2016. This is one of the highest injury rates per capita in terms of people hurt in RTAs.
Have you been injured in an RTA? Are you angry because someone else was responsible for you being hurt? If you are, you should claim personal injury compensation. If you appoint us here at Accident Advice Helpline to represent you and to act as your personal injury solicitor in North Lincolnshire, we can help to secure any money you could be entitled to. You can begin by taking our 30-second test.
Our 30-second test does two things. In the first place, it helps you to establish whether or not you have what is likely to be considered, a valid claim. In the second place, it gives you an estimate of how much your claim could be worth. It’s a good place to start, and it will put you in line for getting any free help or advice that you may need.
To find out more, browse through our website or call us today and have an informal chat with one of our friendly advisors.
Whiplash accident in North Lincolnshire
If you’ve been injured in a whiplash accident in North Lincolnshire, we here at Accident Advice Helpline can tell you how you can get financial compensation for the pain, discomfort and disruption such an injury can cause.
A whiplash injury can severely disrupt your life – both your work life and your social life. The pain it causes each time you try and move your neck can be excruciating and will probably need to be managed by prescription medication.
There are various grades of whiplash. At its mildest, it will still prove painful, but it is likely to disappear after about only two weeks, providing you exercise your neck regularly and use painkillers to help you cope with pain. More severe forms of whiplash can include spinal damage and may take months or even years to fully recover from.
If you would like to find out more about whiplash and how to claim compensation for it, the best thing to do is to call us here at Accident Advice Helpline and have an informal discussion with one of our experienced advisors. He/she will tell you everything you need to know, and it won’t cost you a penny.
If having chatted to an advisor, you then decide to go ahead and appoint us to act as your personal injury solicitor in North Lincolnshire, you’ll be pleased to know that we work on a no-win, no-fee* basis.
To find out more, why not call us today?
Slips, trips and falls in North Lincolnshire
Slips trips and falls in North Lincolnshire happen as often as anywhere here in the UK. They occur in the home, in the workplace, and simply when people are out and about; going shopping or just getting about their business. They can cause serious injury.
Statistically speaking, 50% of all accidental deaths in the home are down to some sort of fall injury. Most of these falls are falls that happen on level ground, as opposed to falls in the workplace, many of which are falls from height.
Ladders are one of the prime culprits as causes. In the workplace, you should be trained in their proper use, but in and around the home, people just use them willy-nilly, often with serious or fatal consequences.
If you’ve been injured in a fall incident, you can commission Accident Advice Helpline to represent you in exactly the same way as a personal injury solicitor in North Lincolnshire would, and with one simple phone call. You can take advantage of the free advice we offer and enjoy our no-win.no-free service offer.
All you have to do is call our national helpline on the numbers shown below. Call us now to find out what you could be missing out on.
Work accident in North Lincolnshire
A work accident in North Lincolnshire can be the result of a slip, trip or fall in the workplace, but there are many other things too that result in injuries at work. Even desk jobs can be responsible if workstations are not set up ergonomically.
In factory or warehouse environments, workers are sometimes hit by vehicles like forklift trucks, and physical manual handling can cause serious spinal injuries if workers are not properly trained.
The workplace environment should be a safe place to carry out your duties, but if it is not, then your employer could owe you financial compensation if you are hurt as a result.
The thought of going up against your employers is off-putting for many people. But it needn’t be. If you employ Accident Advice Helpline to assist you with your claim, we will do all the communicating and negotiating with your employer. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, you won’t have to get involved at all.
You’ll find bags of information here on our website, about all sorts of injuries, including injuries in the workplace. In addition, you can call our national helpline and have a chat with one of our friendly, knowledgeable advisors. Call 0800 680 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Claims for personal injury compensation should be registered at the earliest opportunity, so why not call us today to see about getting your claim started?