Long-time home to the British Navy and a busy port and dockland, Portsmouth shot to fame when the warship of King Henry V111, the Mary Rose, was brought to the surface from where it had lain in the Solent for 400 years and restored as a museum piece. Built in 1510, and the only example of its type, it attracts huge numbers of visitors who marvel at this relic of 16th century warfare.
The Victory, equally famous flag ship of Admiral Lord Nelson, leading the battles against Napoleon, also has its home in Portsmouth. Built two centuries later, The Victory is altogether larger and with a greater capacity of sails and gun power. With its beautiful carvings and decoration, the ship was as much a work of art as a fighting machine.
Sadly, Admiral Lord Nelson did not survive the battle and died on board the Victory in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Much controversy surrounds the exact utterance of his last words, which were recorded by the ship’s surgeon, as “Kiss me, Hardy”, a touching farewell to his close friend and flag-captain Thomas Hardy.
Making an injury compensation claim in Portsmouth has never been easier
Portsmouth is a big, commercial centre and sea port, so finding a specialist lawyer in any capacity is not likely to be difficult. However, if you have been injured in a non-fault accident, and somebody else was definitely to blame, you may want to find precisely the right advice to ensure you make a successful accident injury claim.
In this, Accident Advice Helpline can help you. We have been advising clients on the process of making injury compensation claim in Portsmouth for over 15 years and we can help you too. You can take the 30-second test to see if your claim is eligible and then answer the questions in the compensation calculator to find out what your claim might be worth. Please remember this figure is an estimate. You could be awarded more or less, depending upon the circumstances of your individual compensation claim in Portsmouth, and only if it is successful.
Start your injury compensation claim in Portsmouth today
Most claimants don’t have to go to court because the majority of cases are settled by phone or correspondence. However, should issues arise with your injury compensation claim in Portsmouth, your solicitor will guide you. A compensation award usually takes into account the pain and inconvenience, extra expenses incurred and sometimes loss of income. Contact our specially trained advisers today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Take action today.