Expert solicitors in Romney Marsh


Romney Marsh is a wetland area which spreads across the counties of Kent and East Sussex, in the south eastern part of the United Kingdom. The total area of what is known as Romney Marsh covers approximately 100 square miles and is in fact made up of a number of different but related areas.

These areas consist of the Romney Marsh proper, lying north of a line between New Romney and Appledore; the Walland Marsh, south of that line to approximately the Kent/East Sussex border; the East Guldeford Level, south again to Rye; the Denge Marsh, south-east of Lydd, which now includes Denge Beach and Dungeness; the Rother Levels, which, with various ditches, lie around the Isle of Oxney; and the Rye, Winchelsea and Pett Levels.

It is clearly shown above, therefore, that Romney Marsh is a large and widespread area but due to the nature of the terrain being a marshy, wetland terrain means that it does remain fairly sparsely populated.

What this means in terms of compensation is that for expert solicitors Romney Marsh is a comparatively unlikely source of claims.

Expert solicitors in Romney Marsh

As has been mentioned above, for expert solicitors Romney Marsh is an unlikely source of compensation claims, but that does not mean that residents of the area never do or never can pursue a personal injury claim.

In fact, when it comes to expert solicitors in Romney Marsh residents are equally entitled to seek their help with a personal injury claim as anybody else in the UK.

With this in mind, therefore, you may be interested to know when it is that you may be able to pursue such a claim.

When and why you can pursue a personal injury claim

The legislation surrounding compensation in the UK states that an individual is entitled to pursue a personal injury claim if and when they have been injured in an incident which was caused by the actions or inaction of another party.

This entitlement to claim compensation exists in order to provide victims of these sorts of incidents with a means of gaining some measure of recompense for the physical, psychological and financial hardships that they have endured through no fault of their own.

What’s left to discuss now, therefore, is who you can trust to handle your claim if you do ever find yourself in a position to pursue one…

Who to trust with your claim

The very best company to trust with the handling of your personal injury claim are undoubtedly: Accident Advice Helpline.

They have been handling all sorts of claims for more than 14 years and this experience is what makes them adept at successfully resolving all types of claim. You can get in touch by calling either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on a mobile.

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