Kingston upon Thames prides itself in being one of only four royal boroughs in England and Wales. In the 10th century Saxon kings were crowned in Kingston (hence the name, derived from King’s Town). The Coronation Stone on which the kings were crowned now stands near the Hogsmill River in the grounds of the Guildhall, although it has had several previous homes. Kingston upon Thames was first mentioned in a written document dating from 838 when the grandfather of Alfred the Great (who in legend is said to have burnt the cakes), king Egbert of Wessex, held his Great Council there. At that time the town was described as “That famous place called Kingston in Surrey.”
Why would I need an Accident Lawyer in Kingston upon Thames?
You would probably need an accident lawyer in Kingston upon Thames if you had been injured in an accident which you could prove was not your fault. An accident lawyer in Kingston upon Thames would probably be able to help you build a case to prove that another person was entirely to blame for the accident.
You might also require the services of an accident lawyer in Kingston upon Thames if you have been diagnosed with an illness, within the last three years, that you can prove was caused as a direct result of another person’s negligence.
To make a personal injury compensation claim
First of all, you need to find an accident lawyer who has experience of filing claims on behalf of clients who have had the same type of accident or illness as you. If that proves more difficult to do than you had imagined, call us at Accident Advice Helpline for help to find an appropriate one. We will probably be able to find you one who works on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis and who has the expertise you need.
You have three years to make a claim for an illness from the date it was first diagnosed. For injury claims arising from accidents you usually have three years from the date of the accident to make your claim, but perhaps you actually have much less time to do so, depending on the type of accident you were injured in. If you need to find out precisely how long there is left for you to file your potential claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline, for this and much more information about your potential claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
Call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time for expert legal advice and help regarding any potential claim you think you may have. As our freephone lines are always open, you can ring us at any time for answers to your queries. Why not call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 if you prefer to use a mobile?