Surrey is home to its fair share of built-up areas, but Newdigate is the polar opposite of this. It’s actually a village to the south of the county, and around 1,750 people live in the parish itself. As is usually the case with villages, the services immediately available are limited in nature. As such, the task of locating a lawyer in Newdigate would be a challenging one for sure.
There is a long history in this part of Surrey, and Newdigate itself is the proud owner of a medieval church among other buildings. The area is popular among those who want to live in the countryside but still get into London to work, as this sits in the commuter belt.
Travelling by train
Train journeys can be dull at times, especially if you travel by train to and from work each day. However, you can usually count on the service to be exceptionally safe and also for the stations you use to be safe and free from any potential hazards.
You might assume the main hazard would be the presence of trains and the chance that someone might fall onto the track. However, this would only happen in rare circumstances and if you stay well away from the edge it should not occur at all. However, there might still be potential dangers in a station if it is not kept clean and tidy throughout the day and night.
Have you suffered an accident while using a train or station?
Since it can be difficult to tell whether you were just unlucky or whether negligence was involved, it would make sense to contact a lawyer in Newdigate if you live in this area, or if this is where your accident happened. However, it would be far easier to make a quick call to our team at Accident Advice Helpline instead. We have a free enquiry line that is always available for you to use at your convenience, on 0800 689 0500.
When you call, you can tell one of our team members what happened and when, and they will assess the chances of a claim being successful. Your case may then be taken on by one of our lawyers, who are experienced in dealing with personal injury claims of all shapes and sizes. With no solicitors’ fees to pay if you fail in your claim, there’s no risk attached at all.
Date Published: 11th January 2014
Author: David Brown