Injury Lawyers in Landford

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Landford is a village near Salisbury in Wiltshire, one of England’s larger counties. Wiltshire is divided by Salisbury Plain, which in effect cuts the county in two, giving the north of the county a somewhat different character to the south. The most famous feature of Salisbury Plain is Stonehenge, the standing stones which are world-renowned and probably one of the planet’s most famous monuments.

Stand back in amazement

From radio-carbon dating, archaeologists think the stones were first erected two or three thousand years B.C. Debate continues as lively as ever, about what kinds of rituals went on there, but it was a burial site, and continues to be significant as a religious site for neo-Druids. Stonehenge is at its most dramatic at sunrise and sunset, and of course the fall of sunlight at the summer and winter Solstices (turning points of the year) are what Stonehenge is most famous for. The latest excavations of human and animal remains have revealed that as many as 4,000 people from all over the British Isles attended the festivities of the winter and summer ceremonies.  Speculation about these fur and feather parties have inspired much historical fiction and tales of mystery and imagination.

Injury lawyers in Landford

Speculation about Stonehenge may be far removed from a search for injury lawyers in Landford, so if it is legal advice you are seeking about injuries you received from an accident that was not your fault, why don’t you give us a ring and pick our brains? The trained advisors of Accident Advice Helpline are waiting to take your call. If you have been injured in an accident in Landford, or in Wiltshire, or anywhere in the British Isles for that matter, you can call us to find out if your claim qualifies, and to get an estimate of what it could be worth. If your injuries were not your fault, and you received medical treatment, it is worth doing a little more research.

Why Accident Advice Helpline?

As one of the UK’s leading personal injury compensation specialists, we can advise you how to proceed, if you have a valid claim, and your injury lawyers in Landford will discuss with you how much compensation you could receive if they take on your case and win. So don’t delay, for peace of mind, call our friendly advisors on 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. If you’d like us to call you back, simply text “CLAIM365” to 88010. Did you know as many as 7 out of 10 non-fault injury victims don’t bother to claim? Why not watch Esther Rantzen’s video here to see why you should?

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