Euston is a village in the St Edmundsbury district of Suffolk in eastern England with a population of just around 130 residents.
The foundation stone of the Parish Church was laid in 1676 by the then Duchess of Grafton. It is the only church that was built in the seventeenth century in Suffolk and the site it was built on was an earlier medieval building. The church today is a Grade I listed building and a traditional Sunday service is held here each month amongst the fine medieval brasses that survived and the more modern, though now dated, wooden pews.
With a village of such a small population you may be forgiven for thinking that no accidents or injuries occur here but our lawyer in Euston knows this is not the case; accidents can happen to anybody and anywhere.
The stigma of compensation claims, especially in small villages can be huge but Accident Advice Helpline work in the strictest of confidence. We are not going to turn up at your door, publish your name or sell on your details to other agencies. We are here for you and our celebrity endorsement from UK television personality and Childrens Charity founder, Esther Rantzen speaks highly for our genuine and honest approach. All the lawyers who work within the Accident Advice Helpline work strictly on a no win no fee.
Our phones are manned by professional and friendly staff, whom you can speak to in utter confidence for no obligation advice. We can even start your case immediately on freephone 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for mobile calls.
Our success rate is one of the highest in the country and, being a law firm, we know how to best deal with your case if it comes to court, though many do not and it is most unusual for our clients to ever need to leave their homes at any point during the compensation process. We do all the nitty gritty for you, we fill in all the paperwork and we deal with all the people involved. Our aim is to make the process as hassle free for you as possible.
In small villages, you may be wary of seeking compensation if it was against someone you know, or an employer for example but we know that employers, car owners and shopkeepers all have insurance policies to deal with compensation claims, you are not doing any wrong by seeking financial justice, that you deserve, from their insurance companies. By seeking the justice you are owed it can also help us to ensure that the same accident doesn’t happen again to somebody else, we can have safety measures put in place, standards increased and negligence abolished but we can only do this with your help.
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!
Date Published: 24th January 2014
Author: David Brown