Lawyer in Englishcombe


Englishcombe is a village in Bath England and it has a population of 318.

During the construction of Culverhay School here they was some amazing finds such as Iron Age pottery and a neolithic axe meaning that people have lived here since at least the Iron Age.

The village is reported to have had a booming industry during the medieval period and many Roman roads that were built here to assist the people of the time are still in use today.

Bath Abbey built the barn and Rectory Farmhouse during the 14th century and they are still main focal points of the village today and underwent a massive restoration in the 1990’s to bring them to the standard needed to be a Grade II listed building.

Mining is an industry which is one of the longest running here, though in much decline today people who were miners still suffer the effects of the occupation with things such as Respiratory Disease, Lung Cancer, Asbestos Poisoning, Vibration White Finger and much more.

The usual period to be able to claim compensation for a personal industry is within three years, however, for Industrial Work Injuries of which many can be linked to mining. The reason being that it can take many years for the full effects of your mining history to come into play in your body, at Accident Advice Helpline we do not believe that this should mean you cannot fight for compensation and so have many a lawyer in Englishcombe with experience and expertise predominantly in Industrial Work Injuries.

AAH are Personal Injury Specialists and take on all claims with no money needed upfront, this is our ‘no win, no fee*’ policy. 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. We 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.

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.

Alternatively, you can log onto our website where you can submit a basic application form, use our 30 second test and read all of our accessable satisfied clients testimoniols, as well as the full endorsement given to us by charity founder Esther Rantzen.

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