Upper Slaughter sounds like a dramatic place you wouldn’t want to visit, but it is anything but. This is the name of a village in the Cotswolds, which are part of Gloucestershire. It only has a population of some 177 people, so you can see how small the village is. The charming nature of the village draws in many tourists each year, although as you can imagine, there are few services here other than essentials. You’d find it difficult to find a personal injury lawyer in Upper Slaughter, for example.
The good news is you’d have little reason to do so, since accidents are exceptionally rare in this part of the country. Of course, if you did have an accident and you thought there was any chance of claiming compensation, you would have to look further afield to find a lawyer who might be able to help you.
Accidents while on holiday
While some people choose to go abroad on holiday, others prefer to stay in the UK. The Cotswolds is a popular place to visit, but there are many other appealing places to stay in as well. Wherever you go, it’s heartening to know there is little chance you will return home with an injury because you were in an accident.
Of course, you could be one of the few unlucky ones, and if this is true, you might wonder how your accident came to happen. Sometimes, there is a chance you could be hurt while driving, especially if you are unfamiliar with the area, or come across someone else who isn’t aware of their surroundings as much as they should be. If you are hurt and you believe that person is the one to blame, you might have cause to contact a lawyer for advice.
We provide a practical alternative to looking for a personal injury lawyer in Upper Slaughter
If you’d rather call just one number to reach people who can recommend a lawyer, call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500. The alternative is to call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. This is far easier than looking for a personal injury lawyer in Upper Slaughter or wherever else you may have been on holiday when the accident occurred.
When you have the benefit of our help, you can see whether it’s easy to make a no-win, no-fee* claim.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Rob Steen