The small market town of Kirkby Stephen lies on the A685 road in Cumbria, in the North West of England, some 48 km distance from Penrith and Kendal.
The town is often visited by tourists on the trail of Cumbria’s oldest and most beautiful churches, such as St. Stephen’s parish church on the central market place which is the second largest church in Cumbria after Kendal’s and dates back to 1240, although there is evidence of even older churches having once stood on the same site. The other main attraction at St. Stephen’s Church is the famous Loki Stone, a reminder of the town’s Viking origins, as the stone depicts the Norse god Loki.
Perhaps rather unusually so, Kirkby Stephen Grammar School, which dates back to 1566 and was founded during Queen Elizabeth I’s reign, boasts a 1960s open-air swimming pool that is open to the visiting general public from May to August every year and is frequently used by members of the Kirkby Stephen and District Swimming Club.
If you attended the Monday Market, which offers livestock sales, and a temperamental beast escaped its inadequately secured enclosure, you could make an injury claim in Kirkby Stephen and ask for compensation for your pain and suffering, if you were hurt in the subsequent melee between man and beast.
Where can you make an injury claim in Kirkby Stephen?
You can speak directly to an advisor on 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993. Calls are free and advice is available 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
Explain the circumstances of your accident, who you think is to blame and what injuries you sustained. Most importantly, tell the advisor when your accident occurred. To qualify for an injury claim in Kirkby Stephen your accident must have happened within the last 3 years and your accident must have been the result of somebody else’s negligence.
The expert advisor will tell you how much your injury claim in Kirkby Stephen might be worth in terms of compensation. If you wish to proceed with your claim, the advisor can allocate one of the Accident Advice Helpline’s no win no fee legal partners to your case.
For the past 13 years Accident Advice Helpline has helped non-accident victims just like you. Every month their experts handle some 25,000 enquiries. Their patron, TV presenter and Childline supporter Esther Rantzen, believes more people should be made aware of their legal right to claim compensation when they’ve been hurt in an accident that wasn’t their fault. At present, seven out of ten non-fault accident victims do not make a claim, even though they are entitled to compensation. Don’t be one of them!
Call Accident Advice Helpline today to learn how you can turn your financial fortunes around after your accident and finally receive a measure of justice.
Date Published: 10th October 2013
Author: David Brown