Have you been involved in accident that was not your own fault, but that of another person? Has this accident left you with injuries, pain and suffering? If this is the case, you could be entitled to compensation. All you need to do in order to pursue an injury claim and seek cash compensation is contact the injury claim on the Isle of Sheppey team at Accident Advice Helpline.
Our injury claim Isle of Sheppey team
The injury claim on the Isle of Sheppey team at Accident Advice Helpline can give you legal advice and information regarding your potential injury claim. They can tell you whether you have grounds to make a successful injury claim, give you an estimation of the amount of compensation you could receive and provide you with an in-house injury claim solicitor from the injury claim on the Isle of Sheppey team. Your in-house injury claim solicitor will do all the hard work and legal proceedings required for your injury claim.
The Isle of Sheppey is an island off the northern coast of Kent in the Thames Estuary, some 46 miles (74 km) to the east of London. It has an area of 36 square miles and forms part of the local government district of Swale. “Sheppey” is derived from the ancient Saxon “Sceapige,” meaning isle of sheep, and even today the extensive marshes which make up a considerable proportion of the island provide grazing for large flocks of sheep. The island, like much of north Kent, comprises London Clay and is a plentiful source of fossils.
The land mass referred to as Sheppey comprises three main islands: Sheppey, the Isle of Harty and the Isle of Elmley. It was once known as the Isles of Sheppey before the channels separating them silted up, but the marshy nature of the land to the south of the island means that it is so crossed by channels and drains as to consist of a multitude of islands. The ground is mainly low-lying, but at the Mount near Minster rises to 250 feet (76 metres) above sea level.Open Claim Calculator
Some Sheppey inhabitants like to call themselves Swampies, a term that began as (and for some people remains) an insult; for others, it has become a term of endearment or a phrase for reinforcing identity. The family names “Shippee” and “Shippey,” found predominantly in New England, derive from those whose ancestors were from Sheppey.
Help from the team
If you need help from the injury claim on the Isle of Sheppey team, please contact Accident Advice Helpline. Let us provide you with the legal information and advice that you need. Our helpline is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and best of all it’s completely free to call us. Call us free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
We look forward to taking on your injury claim and getting you the cash compensation that you deserve.