The market town of Kirton in Lindsey is perhaps best known for having once been the home of Catherine Parr, the sixth of Henry VIII’s wives.
The small town is located in the north of Lincolnshire, in England. It is situated close to the A15 road with the town boasting its own railway station. The much larger town of Scunthorpe is within an easy travelling distance of just 12 km.
Catherine Parr lived in Kirton in Lindsey when she was married to her first husband, Sir Edward, the 2nd Baron Burgh. While personal injury lawyers cannot protect widows from falling for the charms of an unsuitable husband like Henry VIII, accident solicitors can certainly help victims of an injury claim compensation if it wasn’t their fault.
No doubt the 2nd Baron Burgh will have had his own armed guards to deal with problems at the local manor, but today this part of Lincolnshire is under the capable guardianship of a police force. Until last year there was also RAF Kirton, which was based on top of a ridge overlooking the town. Now there is a golf course and a gliding club makes use of the abandoned RAF airfield. Gliding is recognised as a high-risk pastime and if you suffered an accident as a result of somebody’s negligence, you could make an injury claim in Kirton in Lindsey with the help of an accident solicitor.
Where can you make an injury claim in Kirton in Lindsey?
Contact the Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of their friendly advisors. Calls are free and lines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days of the week.Open Claim Calculator
All their legal partners offer no-win, no-fee* services, so claimants can start their claims without the worry of where they should find the money for legal fees. No-win, no-fee* means just that: there’s nothing to pay upfront and there’s no interim payment during the claims process either.
If you’re not sure you qualify for making an injury claim in Kirton in Lindsey, visit the Accident Advice Helpline’s website, where a compensation calculator will estimate how much compensation you might be entitled to. The test will take just 30 seconds of your time – half a minute that may well decide your entire future.
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