Lawyer in Mordiford
Only four miles away from the city of Hereford, Mordiford is a small village in Herefordshire. The locals are extremely friendly in the area and will always point you in the right direction for an authentic Herefordshire experience, but if you’re looking for something family-friendly then this list might help you make some choices:
- Take a tour around the county on the Herefordshire Trail, which is a long walk (make sure you pack a decent-sized picnic).
- Housed in an incredible Victorian Gothic building, the Hereford Museum and Art Gallery has a variety of changing and updating exhibits that teach you all about the history of the area. The exhibits include decorative art dating back as far as 1874.
- Need somewhere to let the children burn off some unspent energy? Then take them to the Play Planet Soft Playcentre while you put your feet up at the café and enjoy a hot beverage — splendid!
I need a lawyer in Mordiford, what’s the first thing that I should do?
As well as being hard to track down, a lawyer in Mordiford might not be able to answer all of your questions once you do. If you are struggling to find a lawyer in Mordiford, you should stop your search and call Accident Advice Helpline, or visit our website to take the 30-second test. If you want to make a claim but are holding back because you don’t know what counts as eligible, then the 30-second test should sort out your problems. It is designed to let you know exactly where you stand, so after taking the test there should be no confusion on how you should continue.
If you have any doubts at all, a call to Accident Advice Helpline should help to clear them up. We have phone lines that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and most of our claimants never have to attend court — this is one thing that worries most people about making financial claims.
Unfortunately, the time after an accident is very stressful, so you don’t want to spend your days tracking down a lawyer in Mordiford. Instead, give Accident Advice Helpline a call so that we can give you our full attention. All you need to do is dial 0800 689 0500 now.
Date Published: 11th January 2014
Author: David Brown