Mansfield is a town nestling in the Maun Valley in Nottinghamshire. The town’s earlier prosperity was based on the coal and textile industries, although these industries generally do not exist now. In mediaeval times, the town was close to Sherwood Forest which was a popular hunting ground for monarchs and aristocracy. There is evidence to prove that the area has been inhabited (at least temporarily) since Neolithic times. The Romans were there, and both King John and Edward II had a palace, also a hunting lodge, at King’s Clipstone which is now on the outskirts of Mansfield. Hunting of course, could be dangerous, as demonstrated by the fact that King William Rufus (William II) was killed while hunting in the New Forest. At that time, wild boars roamed the forest, and these are fierce animals, and even a stag could gore a person with its antlers.
Do you need an accident lawyer in Mansfield?
If you have been injured in an accident you may be considering trying to find an accident lawyer in Mansfield to help you prove that you were an innocent victim and not at all to blame for it. If you were injured in Sherwood Forest though, you may not be able to make a claim for your injuries, depending on the type of accident you were involved in. To be eligible to make a claim for injuries arising from an accident you must not only prove you were not responsible for it, but also that it was the fault of another person. Sometimes accidents are just that, and blame cannot be attributed to anyone.
You may also require the help of an accident lawyer in Mansfield if you have recently been told that you have (or had) an illness or disease (perhaps an occupational disease) which can be proven to have been the result of another person’s negligence.
Finding an accident lawyer in Mansfield
You may think it a simple task, to find an accident lawyer in Mansfield, but you might find that you are sadly mistaken. You need to find one who has experience of filing claims for clients who have either been involved in similar accidents to the one in which you were injured, or one who has experience in claiming for an illness such as yours. Should you be unable to locate an appropriate one, call us at Accident Advice Helpline and we will try to put you in touch with a legal expert who could help you.
Accident Advice Helpline
You can call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time for answers to your queries about the claims’ process and your potential personal injury compensation claim. Our freephone lines are permanently open for your calls. From a mobile call 0333 500 0993, or if you are nearer a landline, call us on 0800 689 0500. For expert legal advice, why not call us now?
Date Published: 24th November 2014