Lawyer in Epworth

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Epworth is a small town in the Isle of Axholme, North Lincolnshire, England. There are buildings here from the seventeenth century, such as the Old Rectory that now belongs to the Worlds Methodist council and is an open museum to the public. There are many events held in Epworth annually, such as the Epworth show that has now been running for over six decades. This takes place each August Bank Holiday Monday. The other events include four horse and pony events, many agricultural shows and a weekend beer festival which has live bands and is a huge attraction for not only locals but people far and wide.

Nobody knows what each day will bring and it is impossible to prepare for every eventuality, but there are laws put in place for people such as employers, landlords and councils to ensure the public’s safety. They must have high health and safety standards and there are regular checks carried out.

If you have been injured in Epworth during your day to day life, or during a major event and it wasn’t your fault the chances are someone is to blame, the law states that if someone is liable for causing you harm you are well entitled to financial compensation. This is where our lawyer in Epworth can help!

If you have had an accident there are many questions you may have. For this, we have a dedicated and trained adviser at the end of the phone on our 24 hour advice helpline which is always free to ring. Call anytime, day or night on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993.

Our lawyer in Epworth has a passion for the area and for it’s people and, matched with over a decade of experience working with the Accident Advice Helpline, this ensures that with us you are in safe hands. We deal with 25,000 web and phone enquiries every month and we have all the relevant answers, information and advice tailored to your individual personal injury and this is why we are the personal injury specialists.

Our aim is to make the compensation process as smooth and straightforward as possible. We deal with the majority of cases directly on the phone for your convenience. You can speak to our telephone advisers in complete confidence with no pressure to ever proceed with a claim.

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 www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk allows you to take 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!

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