Ringwood is a civil parish and historic market town within the ceremonial county of Hampshire, in the south of England. The town is located along the course of the River Avon, close to the New Forest and north of the larger settlement of Bournemouth.
The town of Ringwood
Ringwood is found on the eastern bank of the River Avon, and holds its historic market on a weekly basis in the town’s marketplace. Alongside this market, the town also features a Waitrose Supermarket and a collection of other shops, cafes and coffee outlets.
The Hampshire town is also the home of the successful Ringwood Brewery which produces a variety of cask ales and wines, and runs five pubs in the local area, including the Inn on the Furlong in Ringwood.
This brewery has proved so successful in fact, that it has recently been purchased by the nationally renowned Marstons Brewery, who plan to retain the Ringwood brand name.
Population, injuries, and expert solicitors Ringwood
According to the latest available census data, the town of Ringwood has a permanent resident population of a little over 13,000 people making it of typical size for an English market town.
What this means, therefore, is that it also sees a higher number of accidents and injuries than would be common in smaller settlements and it is this which explains why for expert solicitors Ringwood can be a fairly common source of compensation claims.
The reason that the above is true is because a degree of the accidents which do occur in your town will cause injury to somebody who was not at fault. It is these which leave people entitled to claim compensation with the help of expert solicitors Ringwood residents. If that sounds like an incident which you have been a part of, or if such an injury does befall you in the future, then it would pay for you to read on and find out who to contact to get help from the very best expert solicitors Ringwood based or otherwise.
Who should you call for help?
The best thing that you can do to try to ensure that you receive the compensation that you may deserve if you do decide to pursue a personal injury claim, is to trust the handling of your claim to Accident Advice Helpline.
They have been helping injury victims with all manner of claims for more than 14 years and this gives them an unmatched pool of experience and expertise to draw upon when handling your case.
If you want to get their help, or just to find out more about your options and your case for financial compensation, you can call them 24 hours a day on either: 0800 689 0500 or: 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 31st May 2014
Author: David Brown