It has been reported by Lincolnshire Police that their officers are patrolling the ‘red routes’ across the East Midlands today as part of Project EDWARD.
Project EDWARD stands for European Day without a Road Death. It is an initiative designed by the European Traffic Police Network (TISPOL) to draw attention to the 70 deaths occurring every day on the roads of Europe.
EDWARD will encourage all road users, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, to reflect on their behaviour and attitude. Officers want road users to think about the risks they face, the risks they may pose to others and how they can go about reducing those risks.
In support of project EDWARD roads policing officers from Lincolnshire are patrolling roads across the east midlands including the A631 at Willingham Woods and the A153 West Willowby to Sleaford.
There have recently been numerous road traffic accidents on Lincolnshire’s roads and the consequences of them can be life changing.
If you have ever been in a road traffic accident you will know how terrifying they can be and how devastating the effects can be; physically, financially and in some cases even emotionally.
At Ringrose Law our Personal Injury team is experienced in handling claims for people who have been injured in car accidents that were not their fault. We work tirelessly for our clients to ensure that they receive the compensation they deserve for the injuries and losses they have suffered. For many of our clients we arrange rehabilitation or further treatment; including physiotherapy to assist them on their road to recovery.
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident as a driver, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist or motorcyclist then contact us at Ringrose Law to find out if you have a claim for compensation. Our dedicated legal team can advise you over the telephone whether you have a claim, they will then meet with you in person at your local office, either in Lincolnshire or Nottinghamshire. We aim to meet all of our clients face to face because we know how important it is to people to meet their legal advisors in person.
You can contact us at one of our offices across Lincolnshire in Boston, Lincoln, Sleaford, Grantham and Spalding and our office in Newark.