South Cambridgeshire takes up the bulk of the southern part of Cambridgeshire, a county in East Anglia, England. The only part of this section not included in the government district is Cambridge. There are around 148,000 people living in the area, but road traffic accidents in South Cambridgeshire are uncommon despite the traffic seen there each day.
Very few accidents that do happen are serious, but even minor ones can still result in injuries occurring to one or more people who are involved. This could mean they go through some discomfort for days or weeks, or suffer a more serious injury that takes longer to heal.
How do road accidents happen?
Often, the main reason is that one or more people will fail to pay attention to what is going on around them. It is easy to assume the way ahead is clear and that you won’t come across any obstacles or people in your path. However, it’s best to always be alert because it could save you from having an accident.
Of course, even when you do make sure you are 100% alert whenever you drive or use the roads, you could still be involved in an accident. Sometimes, even when you see someone about to do something, such as turning right in front of you, you don’t have time to take any evasive action to avoid it.
Have you had experience of road traffic accidents in South Cambridgeshire?
We’d hope the answer is no, but since you have read this far, there’s a chance you want to know more about claiming compensation for someone else’s driving errors. If so, Accident Advice Helpline could be well placed to help. We have already handled plenty of claims from people in situations that could be like yours. We’ve made it easy to get some fast answers too, since our online test provides you with a few yes/no questions to answer to give you what you need to know.
It’s good to know you can talk to someone about your own experience when it comes to road traffic accidents in South Cambridgeshire. Our advisors can tell you whether there is any chance of getting compensation following your accident. Just call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if you’re on a mobile, to see whether you have an opportunity to begin a no-win, no-fee claim.
Date Published: 28th November 2016
Author: Rob Steen