Knowsley is a metropolitan borough, as well as a village, on Merseyside in northern England. You may have visited Knowsley Safari park, or Knowsley Hall, which is Merseyside’s only stately home. The building of this particular stately home is believed to have been begun in the 12th century, although the oldest part of the building you can see today dates back only as far as the early 16th century. The land and Hall has been in the hands of the Stanley family since 1385, when John de Stanley married Isabel de Lathom whose family home it was. The Stanley’s became Earls of Derby after Thomas Stanley supported Henry Tudor (later Henry VII) in the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. The second Earl supported Henry VIII at the Battle of Spurs, also known as the Battle of Guinegate in 1513.
Need an Accident Lawyer in Knowsley?
In those days, there wasn’t an accident lawyer in Knowsley to be found, and anyway, if you were injured on a battlefield, even now you may not be able to claim compensation. However, you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim if you have been injured in an accident that you can prove, with the help of an accident lawyer in Knowsley, that it was not your fault. Your accident lawyer in Knowsley will probably be able to build a case to prove that another person was responsible for it.
An accident lawyer in Knowsley may also be able to help you file a claim against a person whose negligence can be proven to have been responsible for an illness or disease you have been diagnosed with.
Don’t delay filing your claim
You need to discuss your grounds for making a claim with an accident lawyer in Knowsley who has expertise in successfully claiming compensation for clients who have been injured in the same type of accident as you, or in claiming compensation for the same type of illness as yours. It is useful to find out at an early stage if, in fact, you do have good grounds on which to base your potential claim.
You also need to find out exactly how long you have to file your particular claim, as although you usually have three years to claim for injuries (and you do have three years to claim for an illness) this is not always the case. You can find out how long you actually have to file your potential claim, by calling us at Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline
For answers to your questions about the claims’ process, other information and expert legal advice, call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time. You can call us now, as whatever the time or day, our freephone lines will be open. From a landline call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 17th November 2014