Why clowning about could mean that you need an accident solicitor in Clun
Clun is in the South Shropshire Hills. It is an area of outstanding beauty close to the border of Wales and known as the Middle Welsh Marches. If you are interested in history, Clun has a castle. Although it is now a ruin, it is still worth a visit and has an interesting past. It was originally built in the late 11th century to proclaim Norman rule over part of the Welsh Marches. In 1300 the motte in the castle boasted a great hall and kitchens, lodging ranges for the lord and his family, a small private chapel and a recently built great tower. Over the bridge in the walled outer bailey was the castle farm, accommodation for the lord’s soldiers and servants, a bake house, a brew house, stables and stores.
Clun Castle is what is known as a border castle. This is because after the Norman conquest of 1066, the border between England and Wales became an unsettled area. William the Conqueror, being a quick sort of fellow, granted lands to his followers to defend the border. It was all good stuff for these chaps as they became powerful Marcher lords, ruling their lands independently of royal rule.
High jinks can end in injury
Many of us love visiting castles all over the United Kingdom; sometimes other visitors get carried away to the detriment of others. For instance, if a chap is getting hot and bothered chasing his girl around pretending that he is a conqueror and he knocks you over a wall because he is showing off, it all becomes very serious and you will probably need an accident solicitor in Clun.
Getting compensation for your injuries
If you did get knocked over a wall and there was a steep drop, you could be seriously hurt to say the least. One minute you had been fit and healthy and the next you are in agony waiting for an ambulance. Every aspect of your life will become hard, even keeping yourself clean and doing your job. You probably won’t work for a long time, if ever again, depending on how far you fall. Accident Advice Helpline has had 15 years’ experience of the hardships which people go through when they have been involved in an accident through no fault of their own.
The process is made easy when life has become difficult
Accident Advice Helpline is always there for you as it is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The trained advisers understand that you might be feeling ill or in pain. They will simply give you a 30 second test which comprises of 4 questions to determine whether you need to be in touch with an accident solicitor in Clun. Once the test shows that you might get compensation for your injuries then an online calculator will provide an estimate of what your claim could be worth if an accident solicitor in Clun takes your case on.
Providing your accident happened within the last three years, telephone Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile 0333 500 0993 and see if they can help you.
Date Published: 16th July 2013
Author: David Brown