Find out more about solicitors in Bures
Bures is a village in eastern England on the Essex and Suffolk border. If you have been knocked down by a motorbike because the driver was acting recklessly and you have suffered from personal injuries, you may wish to find out more about claiming compensation with solicitors in Bures. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to get some sage advice.
A 30 second test
You will always get a trained adviser assigned to you who is aware that you may be in pain and also feeling nervous. This means that you can rest assured that your call will be treated with respect and sympathy. Most calls can be processed by telephone and your trained adviser will help you through a 30 second test which will establish whether solicitors in Bures might represent you. If they do and they win, it will be on a no win no fee* basis.
In essence, if you have been in an accident which was not your fault and was within the past three years you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out about claiming compensation with solicitors in Bures. 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.
When you have been in an accident, comfrey is a cottage remedy for healing wounds. The leaves are highly nutritious and it has also been used for thousands of years to promote the repair of ulcers and fractured or broken bones. Its leaves and roots contain mucilage and tannin as well as allantoin which stimulates the production of connective tissue responsible for forming cartilage and bone.
Comfrey leaves can be taken to heal any tissues they can reach even in the respiratory, digestive and urinary system. The astringent effect of the tannins reduces bleeding, draws tissues together and helps to fight against infection. The mucilage soothes, cools and moistens where there is heat and inflammation. This means that comfrey is an ideal remedy for laryngitis and sore throats; it is also a soothing expectorant for dry coughs and bronchitis.
In the gut, comfrey soothes irritation and helps to heal gastritis and gastric or duodenal ulcers. In the urinary system, it relaxes spasm, soothes cystitis and clears irritation. Comfrey can also help relieve painful and inflamed conditions such as arthritis, sprains, tendonitis and gout.
Comfrey is a useful first aid remedy when applied to the skin. The allantoin diffuses into the underlying tissues where it can accelerate healing and closure of a fractured bone. The mucilaginous content of fresh roots and leaves seeps into the injured skin of wounds, sores and ulcers. It then dries and contracts and draws the sides of the wounds together and seals it against infection.