Essex is a county in England and a home county north-east of London. It borders the counties of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Kent across the estuary of the River Thames to the south, Hertfordshire to the west and London to the south-west. Essex has been lived in since the Norman period, making it one of the oldest counties in England.
Having been around since the middle ages, it is not a surprise that Essex is home to many notable buildings. The county actually has over 14,000 buildings which have listed status and around 1000 of those are recognised as of Grade I or II importance. One of these buildings is the St Peter on the Wall Church which is from the 7th century!
Essex has a huge amount of industry and is a highly populated place. Amenities such as hairdressers, restaurants, grocery stores, butchers, pubs and more are in abundance and there’s nothing lacking in that area. There’s also a lot of manufacturing businesses here which are huge employers for residents and with their close proximity to the airport are a great boost to the economy.
Accident Advice Helpline have many lawyers in Essex who work for those of the town whom have had the unfortunate experience of being involved in an accident which was not their fault, within the last three years. Expertise in all aspects of personal injury such as slips, trips or falls, road traffic accidents, accidents at work and industrial disease.
We Are The Personal Injury Specialists
Our lawyer in Essex knows that this is an extremely busy place, with residents, commuters and tourists frequenting the roads on a daily basis we have much experience here in road traffic accidents. We work to help you in every financial way possible and guarantee to have you reimbursed for any financial hardships you have suffered due to your accident.
Road traffic accidents can leave many different injuries from the minor such as cuts and bruises, a small break or mild whiplash to the severe brain and head injuries, comas and even fatalities. Suffering a road traffic accident can leave not only yourself but your family with life changing effects, you may suffer personality changes, memory loss, brain damage or mobility disabilities which will mean life will never be the same again. We strongly believe you should be financially compensated for this.
You may need round the clock care, home help, home adaptations and help with benefits and mortgage payments due to not being able to work. We offer totally free advice on all of the above and we endeavour to have the financial strains and worries completely taken away.
Call our free phone number today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile to speak to one of our trained advisers who can tell you initially whether or not you indeed have a claim for compensation, all about the compensation claiming process and also what the financial sum is likely to be worth.
You can also contact us via our website, www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk by submitting a 30 second application form known as our 30 second test which will give you an idea of how much your compensation claim could be worth.