Considering making an accident claim in Leintwardine?
Leintwardine is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Lenteurde, and was recorded as being a large settlement for its time. Its name is apparently derived from the Celtic name for the River Teme, formerly known as the Lent (which means simply ‘torrent, stream’) coupled with the Old English word ‘enclosure,’ later replaced by wording ‘enclosed settlement.’ The modern name thus means ‘the enclosed settlement on the River Lent.’
Leintwardine was 100 years old at the time of Domesday Book, which spanned well into present-day Shropshire. It later formed part of the Herefordshire hundred of Wigmore.
Roger Mortimer, the Earl of March, paramour of Edward II’s Queen Isabella and usurper of the young Edward III’s kingship, founded a collegiate chantry at Leintwardine and built the Mortimer Chapel at the church of St. Mary Magdalene, now known as the Lady Chapel, where prayers could be said for the souls of his family. It was to the chapel that in September and November 1353 Edward III made pilgrimages, laying a cloth of gold at the feet of the statue of the Virgin Mary on the occasion of his September visit.
With a population count of around just 400, this is not the biggest of places. But despite its smaller than average size, there still exists a need for an injury claim in Leintwardine solicitor, although probably not very often. What would happen if you were hurt in an accident that was not your fault, and the solicitor in the village just did not have the experience to deal with the claim?
Enter, Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline are a leading law firm who are capable of managing your accident claim in Leintwardine. We have been been in this business since the year 2000. We know all the values and are thoroughly acquainted with the claims process in whatever field of personal injury law, because it is our business.
So before you look elsewhere for legal representation in making an accident claim in Leintwardine, check out what your claim could be worth on our online 30-second test. You don’t even have to leave your sick bed to do it; you can find all the information right here on the website. If you think you would like to start your injury claim in Leintwardine and would like to talk to someone about it, call our advisers on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. The call is free and you are under no obligation to proceed, but at least put your mind at rest by finding out from the injury claim ni Leintwardine lawyers what your options are.
All of our solicitors work on a no win no fee basis — if we don’t win, you don’t pay a fee, guaranteed. Remember — the sooner you file a claim after your accident, the greater your chances of success, so don’t delay any further and contact us today.
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown