Lincoln Inn’s Fields is the oldest public space in Camden, as there has been a public space there from at least the 12th century. It is also the largest square in London. Inigo Jones was responsible for laying out the park in the 17th century and at one time it was a favourite venue for those wishing to have a duel. In the 17th century it was the most fashionable square in London with Nell Gwynne being ensconced there.
If you have visited Lincoln’s Inn Fields, you may have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, either while travelling to or from this place, or you may have had a slip, trip or fall in the square itself. If so you could be thinking about making an injury claim in Lincoln’s Inn Fields.
Injury claim in Lincoln’s Inn Fields
You can make an injury claim in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, or one from anywhere else in the country if you have been diagnosed with an illness which you can prove was not your fault. This might be food poisoning or a work-related illness, although there are many other illnesses which fall into this category.
Of course, Lincoln’s Inn Fields is right next to Lincoln’s Inn, so if you had the money, you could easily make an injury claim in Lincoln’s Inn Fields.
However, most of us cannot afford to pay for a solicitor to pursue a personal injury compensation claim, so we would need to find one to represent us who works on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm with more than a decade’s experience of dealing with personal injury compensation claims. We work with solicitors based all over Britain, who are experts in the field of personal injury compensation.
You can visit our Accident Advice Helpline website to find out more about us, and while on our landing page, you might spend half a minute taking our thirty second test. This rapidly calculates an estimate of the amount of compensation you might receive for a successful claim. All you need to do is click your mouse a few times.
Give us a call on 0800 689 0500 which is free from a landline. Or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993, charges may apply to mobile calls. Why not call now, for expert legal advice?
Date Published: 14th October 2013
Author: David Brown