South Cambridgeshire is one of several local government districts in Cambridgeshire. It takes up the southern end of the county, except for the city of Cambridge, which is isolated in the middle and has its own council. Few locals have the need to find out about a South Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee accident, simply because accidents are uncommon in this area.
However, if you have been in an accident somewhere in the region and you want to know more, it’s understandable to wonder about the possibility of getting compensation. We might be able to help, but before we tell you more about our helpful service, let’s see why you might want to claim to begin with.
Accidents on road crossings
Most people use road crossings safely each day. They vary in their design, from pelican crossings to zebra crossings. Some have flashing lights and require the traffic to stop to allow people across, and others are operated by using traffic lights.
While most people cross with no problems, there are isolated incidents across the country where people are hurt because drivers carry on going and don’t see people crossing the road – even when the lights are in the pedestrians’ favour. When someone is hit by a car, there is a good chance they might potentially suffer from broken legs and other serious injuries because of the impact. There is a chance they may not fully recover, and could end up spending some time in hospital because of the accident and the nature of the injuries they sustained in it.
Do you want to know more about a South Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee accident claim?
If so, there is an easier way to get the information you need compared to looking locally for someone who might be able to help. Accident Advice Helpline has an enquiry line you can reach on 0800 689 0500. You can also ring 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile. When you get in touch, you’ll be able to discuss the chances of making a South Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee accident claim with one of our specialists.
With personal injury lawyers winning cases for many other people across the country, you could be next in line to get compensation if you have a good case. Call now or take the online test to learn more.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Rob Steen