Notting Hill is an area in London near Kensington Gardens in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The area has been connected with artists and alternative living for a great deal of its history. It was originally owned by the Ladbroke family. They acquired the land in the mid-18th century. Sir Richard Ladbroke was Lord Mayor of London and an MP for the city but most of the family’s money came from the banking firm Ladbroke and Co.
In the 1860s, Thomas Hardy also spent time in Notting Hill while working with the architect Arthur Bloomsfield. The area prospered until the Second World War when it became so devastated by bombs that it suddenly became a slum. It wasn’t until the late 20th century that the area regained its previous esteem.
If you are around the area and damage your ankle because of the uneven paving, you may be able to claim compensation with solicitors and lawyers in Notting Hill, or ones based elsewhere. If you telephone Accident Advice Helpline you will be able to get more information on the matter.
A 30-second test
First of all, a trained adviser will guide you through a 30-second test which will establish whether their solicitors might take your case on. Once this has been identified, an online calculator will work out approximately how much compensation you may receive if our solicitors can take your case. This would be on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Although we do not have injury solicitors and lawyers in Notting Hill we can still represent you and your claim. This is because we are a national firm that works across the whole of the UK. So if you need injury solicitors and lawyers in Notting Hill look no further than our expert service.
Most claims can be processed by telephone and most claimants do not need to attend court. Therefore, if you have been in an accident within the past three years which was not your fault and you wish to find out more about claiming compensation then you should ring Accident Advice Helpline now. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 23rd March 2014
Author: David Brown