Steeple Aston is a village and civil parish within the Cherwell District of the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire, which should not be confused with the Wiltshire village of Steeple Ashton. Steeple Aston can be found approximately 7 miles (11 km) west of Bicester and 10 miles (16 km) south of Banbury.
There is thought to have been human settlement in the area now known as Steeple Aston since the Iron Age, and by 1086 the settlement was known as Estune according to its entry in the Domesday Book. This name can be translated as ‘the East village’, and by 1220 had become Stipelestun in reference to the village’s church tower.
Modern Steeple Aston
Today, the village of Steeple Aston has comparatively few features and amenities but these do include a public house known as the Red Lion, a pre-school, village store and post office and a sports centre. The reason why the village does have comparatively few facilities is because it also has quite a small population, numbering only 994 people according to the latest available census data. What this tells us in terms of compensation, is that for a personal injury lawyer. Steeple Aston is not likely to be a common source of claims.
Personal injury lawyer in Steeple Aston
As we have already mentioned, for a personal injury lawyer Steeple Aston is not a location which is overly likely to produce compensation claims but that does not mean that no claims can ever arise from the village. This is the case as accidents and injuries can, and unfortunately do, occur anywhere and this does include in small villages. As a result, this reveals that it is still important for you to know when you may be entitled to claim and who you should contact to get the help of an expert personal injury lawyer in Steeple Aston.
When you might be able to claim
An entitlement to claim personal injury compensation exists as and when and individual falls ill or is injured and the blame for their accident falls squarely on another party. This third party may be another individual, a company or an organisation, and the entitlement to claim exists as a means for the victim to gain some financial reparation to in some way make up for the pain which they have had to endure.Open Claim Calculator
Who you should contact for help
To get the highest quality of help from expert, experienced personal injury lawyers you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. We are peerless personal injury specialists who have friendly and professional telephone advisers available 24 hours a day and seven days a week on both 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.