How to get help with an injury claim in Boxted
Boxted is a small village in Essex, England. It is five miles north of Colchester. Two halls located in the area called Boxted Hall and Rivers Hall were mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book. A timber framed cottage in the village called Songers is reputably the oldest building in Essex. Records date the building to at least 1284 but it might have existed before that date. Sir Richard Blackmore, a renowned poet and physician died in the village in the 1700s. The village is, however, most famous for the part it played in The Puritan Migration to North America. Talk to us if you need help with an injury claim in Boxted.
Sick of persecution
The vicar of Boxted led his parishioners in the Puritan migration to North America. His name was George Phillips. Phillips was originally from Norfolk and from Norfolk gentry. He went to Cambridge and graduated with a BA and a MA. He was noted as being greatly interested in theological studies. By the time that Charles I came to the throne he was fed up with the persecution of the Puritans. Deciding the only thing to do was set up a new “Puritan Paradise” overseas, he and several members of his congregation got enough money together to buy a boat to sail to what is now Massachusetts.
The Reverend’s wife suffered from terrible health on the journey to America and died not long after they landed at Salem. The Reverend eventually settled in Watertown and set up a small congregation there. This encouraged more people from Boxted to take the trip to America. In fact, there were so many that it has been calculated that 20 percent of the current population of Ipswich in Massachusetts is descended from men and women who went over with the Reverend George Philips from Boxted or who followed him there not long afterwards.
Genealogy is always fascinating and if you travel to Boxted to research into family history, let’s hope that while you are on your way there you don’t have a car accident with a lorry driver who is busy talking on his mobile telephone and wavers over to the wrong side of the road. If you do, you are likely to be hurt but you might be able to claim compensation with solicitors in Boxted. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out more.
A no win no fee basis
A trained adviser will help you through a four-question test which takes only thirty seconds to see if solicitors in Boxted might represent you. Once that has been established, a handy online calculator will work out approximately how much compensation you might get if solicitors in Boxted win your case on a no win no fee basis.Open Claim Calculator
Don’t delay, pick up the telephone and call Accident Advice Helpline now to find out more about solicitors in Boxted. Our freephone lines are always open. Call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Get in touch if you need help with an injury claim in Boxted.