Find out more about experienced solicitors for Bow
Bow is in East London. The pace of life can easily get to us these days. Although we have so many machines which are supposed to make our lives easier we seem to work longer hours. No wonder there are so many people with dark shadows under their eyes. We do have to be responsible though for driving and operating machinery if we are not functioning to our full capacity because we are so exhausted. All sorts of accidents can happen if folks act negligently. For instance, if you got into a taxi cab and the driver was so tired that he fell asleep behind the wheel, if you were in an accident and suffered from personal injuries, you could probably claim compensation with experienced solicitors for Bow. If something similar to this has happened to you then you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline straight away.
A 30 second test
First of all, a trained adviser will talk you through a simple test to see if experienced solicitors for Bow might take your case on. This takes approximately 30 seconds. At this point, it is important to point out that if you were in the taxi and suddenly grabbed the driver and promised him a saucy session, you probably wouldn’t be able to claim compensation with experienced solicitors for Bow after he crashed his vehicle.
If the accident took place within the last three years and was definitely not because of your unleashed urges then you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to see if you might be able to claim compensation with experienced solicitors for Bow. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The freephone numbers are 0800 689 05000800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
A new type of vehicle
If you’d lived in London in 1823, you may have witnessed a new type of vehicle for taking folks about in the form of a two-wheeled, one horse cab. Cab was short for cabriolet which was the French word for little leap and described the cab’s bouncing motion. They carried two people and the driver sat up front. There were 165 of them in London by 1830.
Next came the Hansom patent safety cab which was invented by Joseph Hansom who was an architect. It was supposedly safer to be in than anything before, because it had larger wheels and an axle and body nearer to the ground. This meant that it had a lower centre of gravity and therefore was less likely to overturn. The cab was experimented with and then modified so that the driver was sitting up high to the rear of the roof of the cab and the passengers were behind half doors and a little window.