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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury Lawyers in Bunny

    As well as being a common name for a rabbit, Bunny is also a village in the county of Nottinghamshire found on the A60, approximately seven miles south of Nottingham. The area has been the site of human settlement throughout history, probably as far back as the Roman Empire, but the oldest building in the village still standing today is the parish church of St Mary, which was constructed during the 14th century. Undoubtedly the most famous resident of the village was Sir Thomas Parkyns, who was known as the wrestling baronet due to his love of the sport, which also led to his creation of an annual wrestling match in Bunny, the winner of which was rewarded with a gold-laced hat.

    Despite the long history of settlement in the area, however, today’s village is not densely populated — according to the 2001 census, there were only 750 residents in the village. This means, in turn, that for injury lawyers in Bunny the area is a relatively uncommon source of personal injury compensation claims.

    Injury Lawyers in Bunny

    However, this does not mean that it cannot produce any claims. In fact, for injury lawyers in Bunny it can produce all manner of claims, but due to the lower level of population these claims are simply fewer and farther between. When claims do arise from Bunny, however, the potential claimants are likely to ask some or all of the following questions, and will benefit from reading the answers before they embark on their claims proceedings.

    How Long Do You Have to Claim?

    For most types of claim, you will have a period of three years from the date of an accident or incident in which to begin claims proceedings, and after this time has elapsed you can no longer claim. This is not the case, however, with claims that deal with an industrial disease or with an injury to a minor, where a different time limit is applied.

    Who Can Help You to Get All of the Compensation That You Deserve?

    The best way to ensure that you get all of the compensation that you deserve is to trust the handling of your claim to Accident Advice Helpline. We have been fighting the corner of personal injury claimants for over 15 years and are ready, willing and able to do the same for you.

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    How Can You Get in Touch with Us?

    It couldn’t be easier to contact Accident Advice Helpline. You can speak to one of our friendly, professional advisers 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling either of our dedicated helplines, available on 0800 180 4123, or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.

    Date Published: 16th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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