Richmond upon Thames is a London borough which forms part of outer London, to the south west of the capital city of England. The borough is the only one to have elements on both sides of the River Thames and was created in 1965 when three smaller council areas amalgamated under the London Government Act 1963.

Unlike many London Boroughs, Richmond upon Thames is actually largely made up of green spaces and parkland, with approximately half of its land area being covered by the likes of Richmond Park, Kew Gardens, Bushy Park and Old Deer Park. Other than this open space and parkland, the borough is a largely residential one with a mixture of retail and service land use, but little by way of strong commercial or industrial zoning.

The Population Of Richmond Upon Thames

According to the latest available census data, the London borough of Richmond upon Thames is home to a permanent resident population of around 187,500 people. These 187,500 residents are spread across a land area of around 22 square miles making the official population density of the borough approximately 8,500 per square mile. However, when you consider that much of the borough is covered by green space, you will realise that in reality the population density can be seen as being quite a bit higher. It is this dense nature of population in the borough, therefore, which means that we should now turn our attention to personal injury compensation claims in Richmond upon Thames.

Personal Injury Claims in Richmond Upon Thames

Personal injury compensation claims in Richmond upon Thames arise in light of accidents and injuries where the victim was not the one at fault for their ailment and these types of incident are inexorably more common in more densely populated areas. It is for this reason, therefore, that you should endeavour to learn all you can about these claims in Richmond upon Thames. With that in mind, the remainder of this article will offer the basic details of how long an entitlement to claim lasts and who you can trust to handle your claim if you have one.

How Long An Entitlement To Claim Lasts

For the most part, a prospective claimant has a period of three years after an injury or ailment in which to begin claims proceedings before the entitlement to claim elapses. This three year rule is not always applied however to cases involving an injury to a minor or an industrial disease.

Who To Trust With Your Claim

If you want your claim to be handled by the best in the business then you will want to get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. You can reach them by calling either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile.

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