Cobham is a village and civil parish found within the Gravesham district of Kent, situated just to the South of Watling Street, the old Roman road between Dover and London, and approximately six miles South East of Gravesend.
The village actually forms part of a conservation area and as such remains relatively unspoilt and without too much modern development, meaning that buildings such as the 13th century church of St Mary Magdalene, stand in surroundings akin to what they have been like for centuries.
As well as being renowned for its unspoilt beauty, the village is also famous for its linkage to the great author Charles Dickens, who set a portion of the novel The Pickwick Papers in the village of Cobham. According to the 2001 census data, the parish of Cobham had a population of 1,456 meaning that it is not at all densely populated, and also meaning that for injury lawyers Cobham does not give rise to very many personal injury compensation claims.
Injury Lawyers in Cobham
The fact that for injury lawyers Cobham doesn’t commonly produce many personal injury compensation claims does not mean however, that the village cannot give rise to any such claims. In fact, for injury lawyers, Cobham could produce a varying amount of different kinds of claim, but it is simply less likely to due to having such a small population.
If a Cobham resident did find themselves in need of compensation however, they would be well served by reading the following answers to frequently asked questions about the claims process.
When and Why Could you Claim?
The law states that you are entitled to seek personal injury compensation if you have been injured or have fallen ill, and it was demonstrably the fault of a part other than yourself.
This entitlement to claim is in place in order to offer victims of such injuries and illnesses some measure of recompense for the physical, emotional and financial hardships which they have endured.
How Long do you Have to Claim?
Unless your claim involves an injury which you suffered as a minor or relates to an industrial disease like asbestos poisoning, then you have three years in which to begin claims proceedings before your ability to claim elapses. If your claim does involve one of the above factors, then there is no time limit as to when you can launch your claim.
Who Can Help with your Claim?
Accident Advice Helpline are the very best specialists to trust with the handling of your claim, thanks to their 13 years’ worth of experience in the field.
What’s more they can boast the official endorsement of consumer campaigner Esther Rantzen, and also have friendly and professional advisers available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.
Date Published: 25th November 2013
Author: David Brown