When you look at Earls Court today it is hard to image it was ever a rural area full of green fields and market gardens, with the history of the district being so well documented it makes for an interesting read to discover the transitions of the area through the Viking, Anglo Saxons, Polish Migrants and New Zealand and Australian migrants who helped to shape Earls Court into the place it is today.
In the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Earls Court lies with it’s population of just over 9,700 residents. Much tourism is brought here for those who wish to see the notable buildings of the town or attend the Exhibition Centre which is one of the largest indoor arenas in the UK and a highly popular concert venue. Earls court has been, and still is, home to many famous people such as Lady Diana, Gary Barlow, Freddie Mercury and Alfred Hitchcock.
Places that are highly populated, such as Earls Court, are more likely settings for accidents and injuries for the reason that more vehicles are on the roads and more people on the streets. Our lawyers in Earls Court are the personal injury specialists and have expertise in all fields of person injury such as Slips, Trips & Falls, Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents at Work and Industrial Disease.
Many people will wrongly assume that they are not eligible for compensation after their accident. We can establish with you the circumstances around your accident to discover who is liable and then begin a claim for compensation with no money needed upfront. If you have been injured within the last three years and it was not your fault then British law states that you should be compensated. Through Accident Advice Helpline, lawyers in Earls Court obtain clients over £35 million each and every year and have done since establishment over a decade ago in the year 2000.
We are a genuine law firm and accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Lexcel – The Law Society. All our solicitors are 100% no win no fee meaning it costs you nothing to begin a claim through us.
We operate a 24 hour advice helpline through our freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993 where you can receive round the clock advice and speak to our advisors in confidence, with no obligation to proceed.
Use our 30 second test on our website to discover your eligibility in seconds!
Date Published: 15th January 2014
Author: David Brown