Slough is a town within the ceremonial county of Berkshire, in the central part of England traditionally amongst the area known as the Home Counties. The town is situated about 20 miles (32 kilometres) west of central London and is bisected by the A4 main road and the Great Western Main Line railway link.

The Expansion Of Slough

The town was historically a part of the county of Buckinghamshire but following its expansion and local governmental reorganisation has taken up its position as a part of Berkshire. The aforementioned expansion has been rapid and took place largely thanks to the amalgamation of villages along the Great West Road.  Original villages that are now suburbs of Slough include Chalvey, Cippenham, Colnbrook, Langley, Poyle, Upton, and Wexham, whilst other areas of the town are also called Brands Hill, Britwell, Huntercombe, Manor Park, Salt Hill, Upton Lea, and Windsor Meadows.

Modern Day Slough

Today, the town of Slough is a densely populated one with a permanent resident population of over 140,000 at a population density of approximately 11,000 per square mile. This is a very high density figure and when you combine this with the fact that a great deal of employment in the area is within the industrial sector located at the Slough Industrial Estate you will realise that accidents and injuries can be relatively common in the town. It is for that reason, therefore, that you should read on to learn about personal injury compensation claims in Slough.

Personal Injury Claims in Slough

When attempting to learn the key details regarding personal injury compensation claims for Slough residents, the first vital piece of information is that of when the entitlement to claim actually exists. This is if when you have suffered physical, emotional and financial hardships as a result of an injury which was demonstrably the fault of someone other than yourself. Now that you know this basic detail of claims in Slough, it is time to discuss how long the entitlement to claim actually lasts.

How Long The Entitlement Lasts

For most types of personal injury claim, a prospective claimant actually has three years after the event in question in which to begin claims proceedings before their entitlement to claim eventually elapses. This three year restriction does not necessarily apply to those claims which relate to an injury suffered by a minor or to an industrial disease like asbestos poisoning.

Accident Advice Helpline

If all of the above has made you think that you could pursue your own claim, then it is Accident Advice Helpline that you should get in touch with. They have been at the top of the personal injury field for over 14 years and have friendly advisers available 24 hours a day on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992.

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