Lawyer in Easingwold


Easingwold is a small market town that sits 12 miles north of York in North Yorkshire. It is home to 51 Grade II listed buildings and home to around 4,250 residents. Like most English towns, Easingwood had it’s own work house, this was an establishment for the destitute of the town to enter for food and shelter providing they work for it, the intentions may have been initially good but most people were exploited shamelessly and families were separated.

It was often said those who entered would never leave and the streets were a preferable option for many. The work house closed in 1934 when it was then turned into an asylum for the mentally handicapped, many of the inmates had been there since it was a workhouse. The building today still stands but was redeveloped into residential accommodation in 1993.

Although exploitation of the public has supposedly been abolished many people in today’s age find themselves a victim through no fault of their own and sometimes wrongly believe that they cannot do anything about it. Our lawyers in Easingwold are the personal injury specialists, if you have suffered in an accident that was not your fault within the last three years then we can take on your case free of charge and bring you to justice in the form of a compensation payout.

Through the law firm Accident Advice Helpline we return clients over £35 million in compensation that they are entitled to by UK law and we do this strictly on a no win no fee* basis.

We are a law firm who is accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Lexcel – The Law Society. Our solicitors are fully qualified, dedicated and passionate. Lawyer Easingwold are here to offer free, no obligation advice to those who need it and we also have one of the highest success rates in the UK for successful compensation claims.

We also run a reimbursement service which means that for every outgoing you have had, or every loss, as a result of your accident we can have this returned to you – on top of your compensation award. Our website allows you to do a ‘30 second test’ which will be able to tell you in minutes whether you are indeed eligible for compensation. It could not be simpler!

When you contact us on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993 you can speak to a friendly, trained adviser whose job it is to have all the answers for you. You can speak in utter confidence with no pressure to ever proceed with a claim, our advice service is completely no obligation and UK Consumer Champion, Esther Rantzen fully recommends us for being an honest and genuine law firm.

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