Compensation with an injury claim in Horndon on the Hill
Horndon on the Hill is a village in east Essex. It may have been the site of an 11th century mint based on the find of a single Anglo Saxon penny from Horndon. The village is believed to be haunted and there have been apparent sightings of a woman by the footbridge at North Hill.
Pushed through the village to drum up an audience
Legal Handbooks such as John Kitchen’s Le Court Leete said that it was the duty of every manor and similar jurisdiction to provide and maintain a ducking stool. It would be a wooden chair which was on the end of a type of see saw mechanism so that the woman could be lowered in to the cold duck pond. Often they had wheels on so that the scold could be pushed through the village to drum up an audience for her punishment.
Don’t worry, if you visit Horndon on the Hill today, no-one will try to burn you at the stake or put you on a ducking stool. However, if whilst parking up, you are unfortunate enough to get in the way of a negligent driver, you could feel almost as bad. If a car smashes into the side of your vehicle, you could suffer personal injuries, you may want to find out about claiming compensation with an injury claim in Horndon on the Hill.
A 30 second test
You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline. A trained advisor will guide you through a 30 second test which will identify whether you may be able to claim compensation with an injury claim. After that, an online calculator will estimate how much compensation with an injury claim you might get if an accident solicitor takes your case on and wins. This would be on a no win no fee* basis.
If you have been in an accident within the past three years which was not your fault and you need to know whether you might be able claim compensation through an injury claim in Horndon on the Hill, you should ring Accident Advice Helpline straight away. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown