Breckland is a local government district in Norfolk, as well as a description of a gorse-covered sandy area, most usually found in Suffolk and Norfolk. The local government area has its administrative offices in East Dereham. The heath area in Breckland is called “The Brecks” and it has a long history of human habitation, going back some two thousand years, when it was inhabited by the Iceni, an ancient Celtic tribe. It is thought that Queen Boudicaa began her attack on the Romans from this place. The area is known for its flint, which has been dug for centuries, from the Stone Age up until modern times. The town of Brandon was the flint capital of the area, and it adopted a flint-knapper as its emblem. In the early 1900s flint-knappers in Brandon produced a million muskets every month, but now flint knapping is carried out for decorative purposes.
Looking for an Accident Lawyer in Breckland?
There are so many accidents that we can be involved in, and if you can prove that you were injured in an accident that you could not possibly be blamed for, then you may be eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim. In order to have a chance of obtaining compensation, you will need the help of an accident lawyer in Breckland, for example. Of course, you could be searching for an accident lawyer in Breckland to help you file a claim against the person whom you believe to have been responsible for an illness you have been diagnosed with.
Now, you could be pondering what sort of illness could have been caused by another person. The answer is actually quite a simple one: sometimes the negligence of another person can be blamed for an illness. For example, if you live in rented accommodation, and your landlord has failed to do much-needed repairs, and you became ill, perhaps with a respiratory disease caused by the damp conditions in your home, then you may be able to file a personal injury claim against him or her. To do this you would probably need the help of an experienced accident lawyer in Breckland.
You have to claim for an injury or illness within a certain period of time, or lose the opportunity to do so. If you were injured in an accident, you should call us at Accident Advice Helpline to find out how long you have in which to file your claim, as although you have three years to make a claim for injuries sustained in accidents within the UK, this is not always the case. You do, however, have three years to file a claim for illnesses caused by the negligence of another person.
Accident Advice Helpline
For answers to any queries about your potential personal injury compensation claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline. You can do so on one of our freephone numbers, and as the lines are always open, you can call us now. If you call from a landline, dial 0800 689 0500, and for mobiles, call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 16th November 2014