How to find out more about injury solicitors in Sandtoft
Sandtoft is a hamlet near Belton in North Lincolnshire. If you have been in an accident which was someone else’s fault and you have suffered from personal injuries which have stopped you from going to work, you may wish to find out more about claiming compensation with injury solicitors in Sandtoft. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out more.
It’s bad enough being in pain and not being able to pay your bills without having to go through the daunting prospect of trying to find the right injury solicitor. Well, the good news is that you don’t have to do all that, if you telephone Accident Advice Helpline, a trained adviser will advise you on what can be done.
A 30 second test
First of all, your trained adviser will help you through some simple questions about your accident. Alternatively, you may choose to take the 30 second test which you can find on our website. This will establish whether injury solicitors in Sandtoft might take your compensation claim on. After that, an online calculator will work out approximately how much compensation you might get if injury solicitors in Sandtoft win your case. This would be on a no win no fee* basis.
If you have been in an accident within the past three years which was not your fault and you wish to know more about claiming compensation then you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline straight away. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Little regard for human life
If you have been injured because someone acted recklessly; it has probably upset you a great deal. However, you may gain some comfort that times are much better than they were, for instance, in the reign of Edward I there was little regard for human life. In 1279, two hundred and eighty Jewish people were hanged for clipping coin, a crime which took many to the gallows.Open Claim Calculator
In 1285, at the solicitation of Quival, the Bishop of Exeter, Edward I visited Exeter to enquire into the circumstances relating to the assassination of Walter Lichdale, a precentor of the cathedral, who had been killed one day when returning from matins. The murderer made his escape during the night and could not be found. The Mayor, Alfred Dunport, who held the office on eight occasions, and the porter of the Southgate were both tried and found guilty of a neglect of duty in omitting to fasten the town gate by which means the murderer escaped from the hands of justice.
Both men were condemned to death and afterwards executed. The unfortunate mayor and porter had nothing to do with the death of the precentor. Their only crime was that of not closing the city gate at night, they succumbed to a truly hard fate for their neglect of duty.