Lincolnshire is a huge county in the east of England. Over on the far western side of the county is a village called North Scarle. It has a tiny population of just over 600 people. While the village is quiet and has few amenities, it does have all the necessities. Furthermore, Lincoln is only eight miles away, so many villagers go there to use the services of the larger town. Suffice to say, finding solicitors in North Scarle may prove a challenge.
While most of us will go through life without being in an accident someone else is responsible for, it does happen to some people. If it’s happened to you, you’ll want to know what to do and whether compensation could be a possibility in the future. All kinds of accidents could potentially result in this outcome, including those involving cyclists.
Cyclists are among the most vulnerable people on the roads. Even if you follow the Highway Code, wear bright clothing and have lights on your bike, it only takes the reckless actions of another road user to knock you off.
Cyclists could potentially suffer serious injuries if they are in a collision with a car or other vehicle. Broken bones, loss of skin, cuts and bruises are all possibilities. Hopefully, if they are wearing a cycle helmet, this can prevent any head injuries from occurring. It certainly gives cyclists a better chance of escaping with their lives in more serious accidents. It’s horrific to think what might happen otherwise, although those who survive can still be badly hurt when the accident is a nasty one.
Take the alternative route to getting a solicitor in North Scarle
We’ve already seen that finding a solicitor in North Scarle could prove difficult, given the size of the village. However, it’s not necessary to go to a nearby town or city to find one, either. Did you know you can speak to an advisor with experience of personal injury claims, simply by making a call from the comfort of your home?Open Claim Calculator
That’s how Accident Advice Helpline works. You can give our team a ring whenever it suits you on 0800 689 0500, but it’s advisable to do this within three years of your accident. This is the time within which you must begin any claim you make. You can call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 too.