Busy is just one word to describe the area around Trafalgar Square in central London. It is a magnet for thousands of tourists and several thousand more people work in this location. Added to this are the cars, lorries and buses trying to negotiate their way around the crowded roads.
With this many people and vehicles crammed into a small space it is almost inevitable that accidents will occur and some people will get hurt. A small proportion of people will get hurt in accidents that were not their own fault – these are the people who should start hunting for a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Trafalgar Square cases.
Collisions around Trafalgar Square can involve any of the following:
- Cars colliding with cars
- Cars colliding with lorries
- Cars colliding with cyclists
- Lorries colliding with cyclists
- Cars colliding with pedestrians
There are many other combinations as well but the ones that result in the nastiest injuries are lorry collisions with cyclists. Lorries are big and heavy and cyclists have little in the way of protection and so they usually get the more serious injuries.
Looking for a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Trafalgar Square cycling cases
Finding a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Trafalgar Square cycling cases is easy – all you have to do is call Accident Advice Helpline. The expert lawyers at this legal firm will then look in detail at the information that is available about the accident and will set about showing who was to blame. They will then help you to make a claim against that person for a sum of compensation (money). Here are some of the ways in which a driver of a lorry may be responsible for a collision with a cyclist:
- They were performing a dangerous manoeuvre
- They were not concentrating
- They were driving recklessly
Many cycle- lorry collisions occur when a lorry is turning left and does not spot a cyclist in the space between them and the kerb.
Looking for a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Trafalgar Square cycling cases and cycling injuries
Some cycling injuries are very mild – perhaps just a few bumps and bruises. The cyclist may not even want to bother searching for a lawyer who works for no win no fee on Trafalgar Square cases as they did not need medical attention. Others are much more serious – sadly some are even fatal. One of the serious categories of injury is head injuries and cyclists may be able to reduce the severity of these by wearing helmets. Some head injuries require weeks (or even months) in hospital and may require brain surgery to relieve pressure on a part of the brain.
Date Published: 5th April 2014
Author: David Brown