Accident solicitor Tower Hill
Tucked away, just outside the city limits of London, is one of the oldest traceable parts of London called Tower Hill. Just like the rest of London, the area is steeped in rich history, tradition and fantastic archaeological features. The raised part of London is accessible by all sorts of public transport, including the tube station of the same name, the Tower Gateway DLR Station and the usual bus routes that work their way through London.
What should I see when I visit?
- All Hallows By The Tower – Visit the beautiful Anglican church, which just so happens to be the oldest church in the whole of London. The church has examples of Romanesque architecture within it that dates back as far as 680 AD.
- Tower Hill Memorial – Just north of the Tower of London is a memorial to those from the merchant navy and fishing fleets who died in the two world wars. The names of 50 Australian seamen and 24,000 men from the United Kingdom are listed on the walls of the memorial which is built in a serene sunken garden.
- Place of execution – As grisly as this may sound, the old site where some high profile public executions took place can still be found, as it is preserved next to the Port of London Authority Building. William Laud, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was beheaded there in 1645, as was Simon Fraser in 1747.
What to do if you need an accident solicitor Tower Hill
Getting on and off the tube at busy times can be a hassle and the massive amounts of people crowding around you can become overwhelming. It comes as no surprise that accidents happen every day on London’s busy underground system and on the roads nearby its entrances and exits.
If you have an accident in the area, whether that’s a trip or fall, or even a road traffic accident, don’t search for ‘accident solicitor Tower Hill’, just give Accident Advice Helpline a call on 0800 689 0500. Friendly, supportive advisers are standing by the phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week ready to take your call. Don’t worry if you’re concerned about causing a fuss, as making a claim can usually be processed completely over the phone and most people who claim don’t end up having to attend court at all.
Date Published: 2nd October 2013
Author: Jan Newell