Personal Injury Lawyer in Sandown

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Sandown on the Isle of Wight

Sandown is a civil parish and seaside resort town which is found in the south eastern area of the Isle of Wight, within the bay which shares the town’s name. The bay is in fact home to both Sandown and the neighbouring town of Shanklin. The bay is also the site of the now ruined Sandown Castle, which despite having been able to repulse a French attack while it was being constructed, was not able to withstand the ravages of the sea, having been built far too close to the erosional powers of the water.

Sandown is a typical Victorian seaside town, and in that period attracted a number of wealthy visitors who at the time were always looking for seaside resorts to holiday in as the sea air was thought to be good for the health. Today, Sandown remains a popular visitor and tourist town thanks to its proximity to a number of attractive natural features. These features include the Culver Downs, chalk downs which attract many visitors due to the array of birds and wildlife on show, and the Sandown Levels, which are also popular with birdwatchers.

This comparatively high number of seasonal visitors along with the fact that the town does support a healthy sized resident population, makes Sandown a relatively busy town and this in turn means that for a personal injury lawyer, Sandown can give rise to a high number of compensation claims.

Personal Injury Lawyer in Sandown

It is, as mentioned earlier, the high footfall of people in the town that means that for a personal injury Lawyer, Sandown can produce a high number of claims, and the reasons behind this are relatively simple. In short, it is the increased chance of accidents and injuries which comes with the greater number of people and particularly visitors in the town that means that for a personal injury lawyer Sandown is a busy region. What’s important for any potential claimants from Sandown therefore, is to know who can help them to get the best possible settlement if they do begin personal injury claim proceedings.

Accident Advice Helpline

For over 15 years now, Accident Advice Helpline has been at the very top of the personal injury field, thanks to their unceasing desire to get their claimants the very best settlements. You do not have to just take that as read however, as they can also point to the endorsement which they receive from consumer campaigner Esther Rantzen as evidence that they really do offer the very best to claimants. If Accident Advice Helpline sounds like the people you want to be handling your claim, then you can call them free 24 hours a day, seven days a week on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.

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