Cherwell is a local government district found in the northern part of the ceremonial County of Oxfordshire, within the so-called ‘home counties’ region of England. The district is situated within easy reach of the M40 motorway, has the River Cherwell running through it, and includes settlements such as Bicester, Banbury, Oddington, Prescote and Upper Heyford.
The district came into being on the 1st of April 1974, following the Local Government Act of two years earlier, which merged the municipal borough of Banbury, the Bicester urban district, the Banbury Rural District and the Ploughley Rural District. The fact that the current local government district is an amalgamation of so many previous districts gives a clue as to how significant a district it now is and this is further enhanced when you look at the population statistics of Cherwell.
Population Of Cherwell
According to the latest available population data, from 2001, the entire district of Cherwell has a resident population of approximately 142,300 people, making it the 134th most populated district within the whole of the UK. This is clearly a significant amount of population but the population density of Cherwell is not particularly high, as the district is actually the 76th largest in the UK in terms of land area. When it comes to accidents and injuries, therefore, the district mercifully does not produce comparatively many of these. But this does not mean however that you should be unconcerned by issues surrounding compensation claims Cherwell residents.
Personal Injury Compensation Claims in Cherwell
The fact that your district does not create a comparatively high number of accidents and injuries and therefore that there aren’t as many claims Cherwell-based as there might be, does not mean that no claims can arise in your district, Cherwell residents. This is the case as the kind of incidents which create claims are by their very nature unpredictable and can occur almost anywhere, so you may still benefit from reading on to find out more about claims Cherwell residents.
When And Why Compensation Might Be Claimed
The first place to start when trying to learn more about compensation is when and why it is actually available in the first place. This is when you have been injured or have fallen ill and the fault for your accident falls squarely with another party, be that an individual, an organisation or a company.
Who Can Handle Your Claim
The other crucial piece of information that any potential claimant must learn, is that of who they can trust to handle their claim. Fortunately, there is a simple answer and that is that you can trust Accident Advice Helpline. To find out why you can give them a call 24 hours a day on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992.
Date Published: 13th July 2014
Author: David Brown