Ashby de la Zouch is a pretty market town situated in the heart of the National Forest in North West Leicestershire. It lies close to the border with Derbyshire and at the last census in 2011 had a population of around 12,300.
Much of the character of Ashby de la Zouch is portrayed in Market Street where there are many timber-framed buildings. Unfortunately, many of the exterior facades were later hidden when they were overlaid with brickwork. You can, however, get a good idea of what Market Street looks like today, and get some images of it from the past by clicking on this link to take a heritage tour.
As well as the timber-framed houses, there are also many excellent examples of splendid Regency dwellings. Also, in Bath Street, you will find Rawdon House and Rawdon Terrace which is a Grade ll listed building dating back to 1820s, at which time Ashby de la Zouch was a celebrated spa town.
Ashby de la Zouch is also the proud owner of Ashby de la Zouch Castle which dates back to the 12th century. During the English Civil War, the castle and town played a role as one of the important garrisons of the Cavaliers.
A visit to the castle makes for a great day out for the family. Although the tower of the castle was damaged during the Civil War, energetic visitors can still climb to the top where there are some stunning views to be savoured. There is also an underground passage to be explored, extending from the kitchen to the tower.
Exploring old ruins can prove hazardous, so you need to take care. If you do get injured in any sort of accident for which someone else was to blame, you might like to think about employing Accident Advice Helpline to act as your personal injury solicitor in Ashby de la Zouch.
We are experts at helping innocent injury victims to secure any compensation that they might be entitled to. Call us today to learn more.
Road traffic accidents in Ashby de la Zouch
Before the by-passes were built, the A50 and the A453 both used to pass through the town. Much of the traffic now uses the by-passes, so the number of pedestrians being hurt in road traffic accidents in Ashby de la Zouch has significantly reduced. Most car crashes not involving pedestrians now happen on the by-passes rather than in the town centre.
If you need someone to act as your personal injury solicitor in Ashby de la Zouch for injuries you’ve suffered in a road traffic accident, you might like to make a start by taking the 30-second test you will come across here on our website.
The 30-second test asks you a set of basic questions to establish how your injury came about. In answering these questions, you will provide information that will (a) verify if your claim is likely to be considered valid, and (b) enable the test to estimate how much compensation your injury could win for you.
Once you’ve completed the test and have been given your estimate, what you do next is up to you. You can go straight ahead and begin to register your claim by clicking on one of the “claim now” links here on our website. If you decide not to initiate your claim, one of our friendly advisors will call you back after a few days to ensure you have all the information need. You won’t be put under any pressure.
Why not call us today to find out more?
Whiplash accident in Ashby de la Zouch
A whiplash accident in Ashby de Zouch may come in the form of a road traffic accident, or it could be the result of someone colliding with you or you being involved in a slip, trip or fall accident. This is because a whiplash accident is basically any sort of accident whereby your head and neck are jerked uncontrollably backwards and forwards.
The uncontrolled jerking action results in your head travelling beyond its normal travel parameters. This causes an overstretching of the ligaments, muscles and tendons in the neck. These then become inflamed causing severe pain and discomfort each time you try to move your head.
While the majority of whiplash accidents are those where the head is jerked backwards and forwards, the jerking can also be from side to side depending on the point of impact. The same immobility and pain will be experienced.
A few years ago, the accepted medical treatment for a whiplash injury was to fit the injury victim with a neck brace. However, in more recent times the medical fraternity now agrees that the victims of whiplash injuries will recover faster if they regularly exercise their necks.
Because this involves severe pain and discomfort, it is usual to issue prescribed pain medication to manage the pain during the physiotherapy sessions. These sessions can be practice at the home or in the workplace if you are fit enough to go to work.
In many instances, the victims of whiplash injuries are forced to take time off work, and depending on individual circumstances, this can result in lost earnings. If you appoint us here at Accident Advice Helpline to act as your personal injury solicitor in Ashby de la Zouch, we will ensure that any compensation we negotiate on your behalf covers any loss of earnings or out of pocket expenses.
The sooner you contact us to discuss your injury, the sooner we can begin the claim process so why not call us today?
Slips, trips and falls in Ashby de la Zouch
Slips, trips and falls in Ashby de la Zouch are the most common types of accidents that cause injury, as is indeed the case all over the UK. They can, of course, occur anywhere – at home, at work, or simply when you’re out shopping or going about your business.
As with any personal injury that you wish to claim compensation for, there are three important criteria to take into consideration.
- Was someone else to blame for the accident?
- Was your injury serious enough to require medical attention?
- Did the accident take place within the past three years?
If you can answer “yes” to all three questions, then there is a good chance that you have legitimate grounds to register a claim for personal injury compensation. Choosing Accident Advice Helpline to help you with registering your claim could increase your claim’s chances of success, so why not get in touch with us today?
Work accident in Ashby de la Zouch
If you’ve been injured in a work accident in Ashby de la Zouch and the three criteria mentioned above can be satisfied, you might like to think about claiming personal injury compensation. Many people who are injured in the workplace through no fault of their own nonetheless feel nervous about suing their employers.
However, what you should bear in mind if you are concerned, is that it is not your employer who will have two shell-out for the compensation, but their insurers. In other words, this money doesn’t directly come out of your employer’s pocket. Also, if you are worried about feeling embarrassed, you’ll be pleased to know that it is us here at Accident Advice Helpline who do all the communicating with the employer.
People are not only injured in accidents at work. They can sometimes develop work-related illnesses (such as asbestos-related poisoning) or suffer from what is referred to as RSIs, which stands for repetitive strain injuries.
As far as personal injury compensation is concerned all of these events are classed as accidents, and if the three criteria that we referred to previously can be applied, victims are entitled to be financially compensated.
If you’d like to establish whether you are likely to be entitled to compensation for the injury you sustained, call our national helpline and have a chat with one of our friendly advisers. The numbers to call are 0800 689 0500 is calling using a landline, or 0333 500 0993 if calling using a mobile.
We here at Accident Advice Helpline not only provide free advice, but we also work on a no-win, no-fee* basis if you do decide to go ahead and register a claim.
Why not call us today and set the wheels in motion?