Rowington is a small rural village in Warwickshire, with reputed links to Shakespeare, who allegedly wrote his play, As You Like It there. Rowington manor was once owned by Catherine Parr, who was Henry VII’s sixth wife. Much of the surrounding countryside is given over to farming, and it is highly unlikely that you would be able to find a firm of serious injury solicitors in Rowington in the village.
Why look for serious injury solicitors in Rowington?
The usual reason for trying to locate a firm of serious injury solicitors in Rowington, or elsewhere, is that you have a potential personal injury compensation claim to make and need help to do so. You may have sustained injuries in an accident which you and your serious injury solicitors in Rowington (for example) could prove was not your fault, or perhaps you have been diagnosed with an illness which you can prove was caused because of another person’s negligence.
What to do if there are no serious injury solicitors in Rowington?
If there are no serious injury solicitors in Rowington, or ones close to where you live, call us at Accident Advice Helpline and we will attempt to find you a suitable solicitor to act on your behalf. We are a law firm that works with a team of specialist injury solicitors who are based all over the UK. The good news for you is that they all work on a no-win, no fee basis.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) oversee and investigate accidents that happen in the workplace, wherever that may be in the UK. Their latest figures (February 2014) show that far from being an idyllic job, farming is one of the most dangerous occupations. The figures indicate that on average, in the last decade, one person a week has died because of agricultural work.
Farmers and their employees work with heavy machinery, which can sever limbs (think of threshing machines) and tractors can overturn and crush their drivers. Often people on farms have to work at heights, and sometimes there are falls which result in fatalities. Workers on farms may be exposed to dangerous chemicals when they use pesticides, for example, or when they use solutions for dipping sheep and so on.
Working with animals can also be dangerous as cows have been known to trample or crush not only farm workers, but also members of the public who use footpaths which go through farmland.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you have any personal injury compensation claim to file, and you need expert legal advice, call us at Accident Advice Helpline, at any time on one of our freephone numbers. Call 0800 689 0500 (call this number from a landline too), or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. For expert legal advice about your potential claim, why not call us now?