Christchurch is a town and borough found on the southern coast of England, within the ceremonial County of Dorset. The town is situated at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon and directly borders the settlement of Bournemouth to the west and the New Forest to the east. Whilst now a part of Dorset, Christchurch was historically a part of Hampshire and this only changed in 1974 as a result of a nationwide reorganisation of local government.

The History Of Christchurch

When the town was originally founded it was known as Twynham but collected the name Christchurch after the establishment of a priory in the area in 1094. At which time, the settlement was already an important trading post and had been fortified, but further defences were added in the 12th century and sustained until the time of the English Civil War when they were destroyed by Parliamentary forces.

During the 18th and 19th centuries, it was smuggling that formed one of the major industries in Christchurch but by the time of the Second World War this had died off and, like many southern settlements, Christchurch became a key base for the RAF. In the more recent past, Christchurch has become a popular seaside resort and tourist destination, with some 1.5 million visitors a year frequenting the coastal town. This popularity with visitors makes Christchurch a busy and thriving settlement but it also means that when it comes to compensation claims Christchurch can be a fairly common source.

Personal Injury Compensation Claims in Christchurch

If you have been injured and it was definitively somebody else’s fault then you could be entitled, by law, to pursue personal injury compensation claims Christchurch residents and visitors. The increased activity brought to the town by tourism increases the chance of accidents occurring and so when it comes to claims Christchurch can be a comparatively common source. So, if you want to make sure that you are fully informed in case you ever need to pursue a claim, you will want to read on to find out how long you have to claim and who to trust to handle your claim.

How Long There Is To Claim

For most types of claim, a claimant must begin proceedings within three years of the incident in question or else their entitlement to claim lapses. This is not necessarily always the case however with claims with regard to industrial diseases or injuries to minors.

Who To Trust With Your Claim

Accident Advice Helpline’s 14 years’ worth of experience within the field makes them undoubtedly the best people to trust with the handling of your personal injury claim. You can seek their expert help by calling either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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