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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Abergavenny no-win, no-fee compensation

    The market town of Abergavenny in Monmouthshire is known as a ‘Gateway to Wales’ and little wonder, as the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains are on the town’s doorstep. If you have visited the area on holiday from elsewhere in the UK and been injured, Accident Advice Helpline could help you to….

    Aberkenfig no-win, no-fee compensation

    The village of Aberkenfig in Bridgend, South Wales, acts as a commuter hub for the surrounding area, with many residents commuting to work in Cardiff and Swansea. With so much traffic on the busy motorway nearby, road traffic accidents can and do happen. If you have been the victim of somebody else’s dangerous driving on….

    Amber Valley no-win, no-fee compensation

    The local government district of Amber Valley in Derbyshire enjoys a semi-rural location and was the filming location for the ITV drama series ‘Peak Practice.’ Although the area once thrived thanks to its coal mining and engineering industries, today you’re more likely to find locals working in the surrounding towns and cities, and the population….

    Bangor no-win, no-fee compensation

    The city of Bangor in Gwynedd, Wales, is one of the UK’s smallest cities (and Wales’ oldest city). With a population of 18,808 in 2011, the city enjoys excellent connections to the rest of the country via the North Wales coast line, and the A55 also runs nearby. Anybody who has been injured here, whether….

    Barrhead no-win, no-fee

    The East Renfrewshire town of Barrhead lies just eight miles from Glasgow city centre. Once a major manufacturing centre, there was a tannery, iron foundry, porcelain works and various other factories here. Today, with the decline of industry, Barrhead has become a commuter town for those working in Glasgow and Paisley, and at the time….

    Bedford no-win, no-fee compensation

    The town of Bedford is actually the county town of Bedfordshire, with a population of 80,000. Situated on the Midland Main Line, regular trains connect to the East Midlands, London and Brighton. Did you know that Bedford was once an important centre for the lace industry? Or that the author John Bunyan wrote his book….

    Boston no-win, no-fee compensation

    The town of Boston in Lincolnshire had a population of 35,124 in 2001. It’s probably best known for St Botolph’s Church (known by locals as ‘The Stump’) which happens to be the largest church in England. Visitors come to Boston from other parts of the UK to enjoy its coastal scenery and rural surroundings, and….

    Bracknell Forest no-win, no-fee compensation

    The unitary authority area of Bracknell Forest lies in Berkshire and is made up of three towns: Bracknell, Crowthorne and Sandhurst. With a population of over 119,400 people, this affluent area is home to a high number of technology and computing companies. If you’ve been injured in a workplace accident or whilst commuting to work,….

    Brymbo road traffic accident claim

    The local government community of Brymbo in Wrexham County Borough, Wales, had a population of 4,836 people in 2011. Although steelmaking and coalmining were once the mainstay here, the decline of industry means that most people now commute to work in the surrounding area. With so many cars on the roads, there is the potential….

    Bristol road traffic accident compensation claim

    The city of Bristol is home to two universities and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. With the M5 and M4 providing great transport links to the rest of the UK and an economy focused on aerospace, electronics and the creative media industries, it’s easy to see that Bristol has….


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