Many people dream of village life and the calm and pleasant serenity it can provide. Meldreth is a great example of a pleasant little village, this time located in South Cambridgeshire. It is situated far down in the south of the region, and boasts a charming church among other sights. There are only around 1,600 inhabitants here, which means residents can sometimes need to go out of the village to avail themselves of certain services. For example, you might have more trouble finding a lawyer in Meldreth than you would in a highly built-up area.
The village is home to many commuters who seek a better life outside work. Many people head into Cambridge and indeed London on a daily basis to go to work, and the village does have its own railway station.
Travelling on public transport and claiming with a lawyer in Meldreth
In many ways, travelling by public transport is easier and safer than travelling on your own. Car accidents do of course happen every day, although most of us will complete our journeys without incident. However, accidents involving public transport vehicles are even more uncommon.
The one thing to remember is that train and bus incidents may potentially involve more casualties, as there are likely to be more people travelling on the train or bus involved. We have all heard of accidents happening, but fortunately they tend to be very rare indeed – that’s why you hear about them.
What can you do if you have been injured using public transport?
Regardless of what actually happened, you might believe someone else caused the accident and was therefore guilty of negligence in some way. However, finding a lawyer in Meldreth to help assess an accident you suffered while you were there might be tricky, as we discovered above.
Fortunately, there is a much easier way to speak to someone who can assist you in determining whether or not you are likely to be able to get any compensation as a consequence of your injuries. Accident Advice Helpline is close at hand on 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from a mobile). We don’t charge for our initial advice, and if you lose a case for compensation there’ll be no worries for you because we operate on a no-win, no-fee basis. What more information could you need to call us now so you can find out if a no-win, no-fee claim might work?
Call us today if you are looking for a lawyer in Meldreth!
Date Published: 23rd March 2014
Author: David Brown