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    Personal Injury Lawyer in Stoney Cross

    When somebody mentions Stoney Cross there are actually two possible things they could be referring to. The first is a now disused RAF base in the county of Hampshire, and the other is the wider area around the site which is also colloquially known by the same name. This article will briefly talk about both the RAF site itself and the area surrounding it, before then moving on to discuss compensation claims and whether or not they are relevant to the area and those who live there.

    RAF Stoney Cross

    The site of the former RAF base of Stoney Cross is situated approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) northwest of Lyndhurst and 12 miles (19 km) west of Southampton. The airfield opened in 1942 and served both the Royal Air Force and the United States Air Force during the Second World War, before then closing in 1948.

    In the 1960’s, after the land of the area had been released from military use, the site was taken over by the Forestry Commission who oversaw the breaking up of the runways and the demolition of the site’s buildings. By 2004 in fact, all of the buildings of the former RAF Stoney Cross had been removed and the site is now a largely wild part of the New Forest.

    The Area Known As Stoney Cross

    As we mentioned earlier, the name Stoney Cross is now also used to describe the wider area immediately surrounding the former airfield. This area is not particularly heavily populated and does include a good deal of woodland as part of the New Forest, meaning that it is not a particularly busy region. However, it is important to realise that anywhere where there is even a degree of human activity could lead to you needing a personal injury lawyer Stoney Cross residents.

    Personal Injury Lawyer in Stoney Cross Experts

    Whilst for a personal injury lawyer Stoney Cross isn’t amongst the most common locations for claims, it can still give rise to such cases and this is important for residents of the area to understand. This is the case as it means that you may one day need a personal injury lawyer in Stoney Cross so if you ever do then you can do no better than to seek the help of Accident Advice Helpline.

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    Accident Advice Helpline

    Accident Advice Helpline are long standing specialists in the personal injury field with their own team of lawyers who have been fighting cases for thousands of claimants for well over a decade. If you want to get their assistance, or just want to find out a little bit more, why not give them a call on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 if you want to use a mobile?

    Date Published: 2nd June 2014

    Author: David Brown

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