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    Claims in Chesterfield

    Chesterfield is a market town and borough within the ceremonial County of Derbyshire, in the north of England. The town is located approximately 24 miles (39 km) north of Derby, on a confluence of the rivers Rother and Hipper and is also close to the city of Sheffield in South Yorkshire. The town’s most famous landmark is undoubtedly its crooked spire which belongs to the predominantly 14th century church, and which gives the town’s football team its nickname of ‘the Spireites’.

    Archaeological evidence suggests that there has been settlement on the site since the 1st century AD, and has also discovered the Roman fort which is thought to have been the first stimulus for this settlement. This fort was abandoned once the Romans had brought peace to the region but the area was then further settled during the Anglo-Saxon period and it is from this time that the town gets its name. The name Chesterfield is derived from the Anglo-Saxon words Caester and Feld, meaning respectively ‘Roman Fort’ and ‘Grazing Land’, presumably referring to the former and current land use in the area at the time.

    Modern Day Chesterfield

    Today, the town of Chesterfield is a significant and busy one which hosts a market three times a week, as was set down in the historic charter granted to the town back in the 13th century. According to the latest available census data, the town has a permanent resident population of approximately 104,000 people, making it the largest town in Derbyshire, and the second largest settlement in the county after the unitary authority of the city of Derby. What this means in terms of compensation claims Chesterfield residents, is that your town will be a likely source of this type of claim due to the inevitable higher rate of accidents that will occur in a more densely populated settlement.

    Personal Injury Compensation Claims in Chesterfield

    When an accident that wasn’t your fault causes you an injury you are entitled to pursue compensation claims Chesterfield residents and in these circumstances it is important to know who you can trust to persue your claims. So, it is well worth your while to read on and find out why it is Accident Advice Helpline that you should trust with your claims Chesterfield residents.

    Accident Advice Helpline

    Accident Advice Helpline has been at the very top of the personal injury field for well over 14 years and that is why you will want them in your corner. To find out more, or to seek their expert help, you can call them 24 hours a day on either a land line on 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 for free on your mobile phone.

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    Date Published: 13th July 2014

    Author: David Brown

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