Injury Lawyers in Malmesbury

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Malmesbury is a market town in the northern part of the large county of Wiltshire.

Ride a white horse

The wide open landscape of Wiltshire features a number of white horses carved into hillsides, not quite enough to make a full herd, but enough to be intriguing. The white effect is given by the chalk hillside shining through, after the top soil has been removed. The Cherhill Horse can be seen from the A4 trunk road, and the Marlborough White Horse is the smallest of the Wiltshire carvings. The oldest white horses are carved out near Westbury and Uffington (Oxfordshire). These possibly originated to celebrate the victory of Saxon King Alfred in 878 A.D. (he of the burnt cakes fame) when he beat off a rabble of invading horned heathens from alien lands across the North Sea.

Cooking up a plan

It was said that Alfred was taking refuge from the war-snorting warriors from overseas, with a swineherd and his wife, and the wife asked Alfred to keep an eye on the cakes she was cooking. She instructed him to turn them at the right moment whilst she had to go off somewhere, but Alfred forgot and the cakes burnt. Alfred the Great got a very unfair press over those cakes. In fact, he was deep in thought. A great strategist and thinker, he saved his timorous knock-kneed countrymen from the sour-breath Viking invaders. He is the only English king to earn the title “Great“.

Injury lawyers in Malmesbury

If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, no hero on a white horse is going to ride up and save you, but never fear, help is at hand if you are seeking injury lawyers in Malmesbury. As a leading specialist in personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline has the answers to all your questions. First you will want to know if your claim qualifies. There is a test here on the site that asks you 3 questions. If you answer “yes” to all of them, it could be your claim is valid. Try it now. It only takes 30-seconds and you’ll find it at the top of the page.

Ask our trained and knowledgeable advisors

If you are wondering how to start a claim and how the process works, or maybe you are worried about running up a whole lot of legal fees, don’t fret. All you have to do is call our advisors on our Freephone lines and ask away. Should you want to start your claim with injury lawyers in Malmesbury, we can arrange it. The numbers are 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. If you’d like someone to call you back, text “CLAIM365” to 88010 and someone will contact you. Do it now. Once you are armed with the facts, you can decide to start your claim and win the compensation you need and deserve.

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