The small market town of Kirkbymoorside lies on the edge of the North York Moors National Park in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire, England. Already recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086, Kirkbymoorside is located roughly half-way between Helmsley and Pickering and lies some 40 km to the north of York, a town famous for its Viking connections.
Kirkbymoorside has been a market town since 1254 and still boasts two historic coaching inns today, the Black Swan and the George and Dragon, both are great tourist attractions. While the latter dates back to the 13th century and boasts a rare crook frame construction, the Black Swan attracts visitor attention due to its beautifully carved porch.
The town prospered through the coaching industry, particularly during the 18th century, as many Georgian buildings in the town centre bear witness to the wealth that flowed into Kirkbymoorside during the early days of the Industrial Revolution. As a market town with coaching inns on the principle route between York and Scarborough, Kirkbymoorside must have been a bustling, lively place even then.
Manor Vale, a visitor attraction and recreational ground for locals, once belonged to the deer park that surrounded a local manor house, which is little more than a Grade II listed ruin today that sits at the heart of this stretch of woodland. Manor Vale is managed by the town council and if you had an accident on one of its paths and were injured, and it was discovered your accident was due to poor maintenance and negligence, you could make an injury claim in Kirkbymoorside and expect to be paid compensation for your pain and suffering.
If you moved to Kirbymoorside and became a member of the Town Brass Band, an awarding-winning band with recognition on a national level, you would expect to be safe on a tour bus taking you from one concert venue to the next. Should the driver of your hire coach fall asleep at the wheel and cause a crash or the coach operator neglect to maintain his vehicles in a roadworthy condition, you could make an injury claim in Kirkbymoorside and expect to be paid compensation for your road traffic accident.
Where can you make an accident claim in Kirkbymoorside?
Simply call Accident Advice Helpline and speak directly to an advisor on 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993. Calls are free and lines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days of the week.
To qualify for an accident claim in Kirkbymoorside your accident must have occurred within the last 3 years and must have been the result of somebody else’s negligence.
The expert advisor will tell you how much your accident claim in Kirkbymoorside will be worth in terms of compensation. You are under no obligation to proceed with a claim when you call, but if you do wish to go ahead, the advisor can allocate an Accident Advice Helpline specialist solicitor to your case.
All their legal partners offer no win no fee services, which allows claimants to start their claim without paying a deposit for legal fees. There’s nothing to pay during the claims process either. Get started with your accident claim in Kirkbymoorside today.
Date Published: 10th October 2013
Author: David Brown