Claims for an accident caused by a car parking on a central reservation should seek a Slough no win no fee* accident lawyer
The town of Slough is found in the Berkshire county in England. Recently there have been concerns raised in the area about drivers who have been parking on the central reservation section of the A412 Uxbridge Road. Motorists have said that the actions of these people is dangerous and is putting lives at risk. The Council has responded to the claims by saying that it has received many complaints about this behaviour.
It seems that anywhere up to 10 cars will park on a central reservation in the town each day on the A41.One local resident has said that the practice has been happening for months and that the behaviour causes great risk as the drivers have to slow down in the fast lane to park on the central reservation as other traffic moves past them.
This is obviously dangerous driving. It puts the drivers who slow down to park, as well as the drivers who slow down to get around them at considerable risk of an accident. There has been an outcry on social media about the situation.
Parking officers have said that there are proposals for no parking lines to be placed on the central reservation which would prevent the dangerous behaviour. A spokeswoman has said that the proposal will be part of the next round of discussions of pavement parking. It is believed that double yellow lines would be used to signify that the central reservation is a restricted parking area. In addition, consultation on the proposal could be made to relevant parties early next year.
If you are in an accident caused by a car parking on a central reservation then you may make a claim with a Slough no win no fee* accident lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline.
A Slough no win no fee* accident solicitor should be sought for a claim for an accident
Accident Advice Helpline should be contacted to make a claim in Slough, call them on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.