Visitors to London have a few choice tourist destinations that they all want to see. One of course is Buckingham Palace, another is Big Ben and the other name that always appears on the list is the Tower of London.
Close to the Tower of London is another of London’s landmarks, Tower Bridge – the image of which is often used to represent London on posters and publicity. Tower Bridge itself is a beautiful suspension bridge that was finished in 1894, and crosses the River Thames. It is a popular tourist destination and estimates have around 100,000 people walking across it every day during the peak season. For those who wish to set foot on this historic structure and take in the view of the Thames, they will find that getting to the bridge is easy. Simply take the underground to Tower Hill via the district and circle lines and follow the crowds heading for the famous towers.
Injury solicitors in Tower Bridge
Despite being located in the centre of London you would not find it easy to find injury solicitors in Tower Bridge. You may well need to broaden your search into other areas of the city. If you do find injury solicitors in Tower Bridge they will tell you that due to the large number of people visiting the area there are often accidents. Compensation claims arising from injuries caused by accidents are quite common.
Have you had an injury?
If you have suffered an injury and need to contact one of the injury solicitors in Tower Bridge then you should first get some advice on your claim and what your chances are.
If your injury was caused be someone else then you can make a claim. You could have slipped, tripped or fallen, been involved in a road accident or even an accident at work. You could have suffered due to the negligence of a person or company. All these circumstances can be accepted as grounds for a personal injury claim.
It is not a matter of being greedy; it is a matter of exercising your right under law to be granted compensation. Failure to do so is not only not gaining the recompense you are due but also letting the person who caused your accident get away with it. By making a claim you are preventing others suffering the same fate as the error will be brought to light and rectified.
Get in touch
When you call, one of our advisers will check that your individual circumstances meet the current legal criteria for making a claim. Once your adviser is happy they will then give you an estimated payout figure. This is of course only an estimate and should not be taken as a guarantee.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile can get you some great no-obligation advice which will help you assess your claim’s chances.
Date Published: 23rd February 2014