Looking for a law firm in Buckinghamshire is a big job. In order to narrow it down you might want to confine your search to a specific town such as Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Milton Keynes or Newport Pagnell. Of course if location isn’t a particular concern, in relation to wherever it is you live, you might like to widen your search nationwide, and choose one of the leading specialist injury claim solicitors, like us here at Accident Advice Helpline.
The origins of the term ”Home Counties.”
Buckinghamshire is one of the Home Counties. Generally speaking, it is acknowledged that there are 8 Home Counties, although depending on your understanding of what constitutes a home county that number could change. The term “Home County” is originally thought to have reference to the fact that the county bordered London. However, strictly speaking 4 the counties, (namely, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and East Sussex) do not actually border London, but nestle close by.
Another interpretation of the term “Home County” is that it referred to being a county wherein many of London’s richest residents had second homes.
Buckinghamshire contains areas of outstanding natural beauty
Much of Buckinghamshire is rural and contains areas of outstanding natural beauty, like the Chiltern Hills in the southern part of the county. The Grand Union Canal traverses Buckinghamshire, as does the River Thames and the River Great Ouse which originates from Northamptonshire, just over the border.
The 7th richest region European Union
Buckinghamshire is part of the NUTS-2 (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) region, a sub region of the European Union that was considered to be the 7th richest. The NUTS-2 region also includes Berkshire and Oxfordshire. In terms of economic activity and turnover, the service sector is the largest, followed by the industrial sector in second position, and agriculture in third.
The diversity of accidents/injuries any law firm in Buckinghamshire has to deal with
When people seek out a law firm in Buckinghamshire, because of the large spread of the county and the fact that it contains well over half a million people, the types of accidents and injuries that people suffer and seek compensation for cover an extremely wide range. They include things like:
- Accidents and injuries in the home
- Accidents and injuries in the workplace
- Occupational related illnesses and diseases
- Accident and injury suffered on holiday
- Road traffic accident injuries
- Sports injuries
- Psychological injuries
One of the Home Counties’ favourite injury claim solicitors
Accident Advice Helpline is the injury claim solicitor that many in the Home Counties rely on when claiming compensation for injuries they’ve received through no fault of their own.
Our clients appreciate the ‘no win, no fee’ service that we offer, and the comprehensive customer support, both of which come highly recommended by Esther Rantzen. They also value our 30 second, online, HOW MUCH compensation calculator, and the fact that we operate a free helpline; accessed from any landline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if using a mobile.