Lewes is a market town which is the administrative centre of East Sussex. Lewes Castle and Barbican House which date back to the 11th century, are located in Lewes’ town centre. Barbican House, which is close to the castle, is now the museum of Sussex archaeology, and visitors can see from the artefacts exhibited that Lewes has a rich history, from its early beginnings through to the Romans, Danes, Saxons, and the Renaissance. It is said that Henry VIII gave his ex-wife, Anne of Cleves, what is now called the Anne of Cleves House and Museum as part of the divorce settlement. It is an imposing Tudor mansion which is well-worth visiting.
Do you need an accident solicitor in Lewes?
If you have had an accident and are recovering from your injuries, you may be considering seeking the services of an accident solicitor in Lewes to help you file a personal injury compensation claim. There may be some difficulty in locating an appropriate lawyer, as you need an accident solicitor in Lewes who is experienced in filing claims for clients injured in the same type of accident that you had. Because there are so many different types of accident, and accident solicitors in Lewes (or anywhere else in the country) will specialise in dealing with claims relating to just one or two types of accident, you may have some difficulties in finding a suitable one.
You may not feel well enough to phone several firms of accident solicitors in order to find a suitable one to deal with your potential claim, and if that is the case, phone us at Accident Advice Helpline. Our team of specialist accident solicitors all work on a no-win, no fee basis, and they operate all over the country. Just one call to us may save you a lot of time and effort.
Unfortunately in 2011, 170 people were treated for their injuries on bonfire night. These injuries were not sustained in the organised event, but on the streets as irresponsible people were letting off fireworks without any regard for safety. If the accidents and injuries had occurred at the organised bonfire event, then it might have been possible to make personal injury compensation claims against the organisers.
In order to make such a claim you must be able to prove that you were not to blame for the accident in which you were injured and that it was another person’s fault. If you think you have grounds for filing a personal injury compensation claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline
You can call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time, day or night, any day of the year, including on Bank Holidays for expert legal advice and information about your potential personal injury compensation claim. As our freephone lines are open now, (they always are) why not give us a ring? From a landline call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile, ring 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 3rd November 2014