Yelverton is a large village on the south-western edge of Dartmoor, Devon, in England. Yelverton is well known for “the rock” – a prominent mass of stone close to the Plymouth road on the fringe of nearby Roborough Down. It gave its name to the Rock Hotel, built as a farm during the Elizabethan period, but converted in the 1850s to cater for growing tourism in the area. The area to the south and west of the roundabout at the centre of the village was settled in late Victorian and Edwardian times, with many grand and opulent villas. An area developed at about the same time on an odd shaped piece of land to the south of the Tavistock road is known as Leg o’ Mutton Corner.
Yelverton is a popular place for commuters to settle. Many people enjoy a fast paced job in the city of Plymouth but prefer to reside in the more relaxed Yelverton. It is also a popular spot for keen golfers as it boats some of the most splendid golf courses in the county.
People who have been injured in accidents through no fault of their own should not suffer in silence. They should seek justice and claim cash compensation for their injuries. Of course when nursing injuries and trying to recover this may be the last thing that people feel like doing. This is where Accident Advice Helpline comes in to save the day.
Injury Lawyer in Yelverton
Accident Advice Helpline is nationwide company meaning we have injury lawyer teams all over the UK. Including the injury lawyer in Yelverton. So wherever you are and whatever has happened we can provide you with the very best injury lawyer.
The injury lawyer in Yelverton team like all of our injury lawyer teams will provide you with the legal advice and information that you need. As well as representing you and your case legally. All this will be done on a no win, no fee* basis.
The injury lawyer in Yelverton has dealt with various golfing accidents over the years. It’s no surprise as a hell of a lot of golfing goes on in these parts. It is obvious that the common factor here is that whilst golf is not one of the rougher games, it is not a contact sport; it still has its hazards. Golfing injuries happen often, whether it is being hit by a ball, being hit by a golf buggy or falling on a green which has not been properly maintained. If you have been in a golfing accident within the past 3 years which was not your fault, you may want to find out if you can claim compensation for golf injuries. In order to do this please contact the injury lawyer in Yelverton team at Accident Advice Helpline.
Date Published: 3rd November 2013
Author: David Brown