Set in the north-east of London, Waltham Forest is a place of contrasts, with marked differences between the north and the south. The northern part is well known to be a place of green open spaces and affluence, with an abundance of parks, reservoirs and playing fields.
To the south the landscape is predominantly urban in design, with built up areas and a more ethnically diverse population. Epping Forest, the inspiration for countless famous writers including Charles Dickens, Ben Johnson and Lord Tennyson is found here and green areas in total cover about a fifth of the borough.
The forest has a famous association with highwayman Dick Turpin who hid there with his gang of criminals as fugitives from justice, tormenting local people and travellers by robbing them.
Nowadays the forest is a peaceful place to pass the time or pursue leisure activities such as horse riding or mountain biking. Regardless of how you choose to spend time in Waltham Forest, it is worth remembering that accidents can sometimes occur when you least expect them. If you have been injured in the last 3 years and it wasn’t your fault, Waltham Forest ‘no win, no fee*’ soicitors are on hand to help.
What is the best way to contact Waltham Forest ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors?
For a no obligation quote and expert help you can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. Alternatively, try taking the 30 second test using their online compensation calculator to see what damages you may be entitled to claim.Open Claim Calculator
What injuries can Accident Advice Helpline help me to claim personal injury compensation for?
The potential for accidents exists everywhere, irrespective of where you live, but hazards are especially prevalent in places where other people have behaved negligently or dangerously. Though the likelihood of being injured is higher in a sprawling metropolis, green open spaces also carry risks of injury. Waltham Forest ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitors can help you if you have been injured in the following ways:
- Playing fields – a great many injuries are caused by problems with surfaces which regular inspection and maintenance can address and correct. Poor drainage, obstructions, surface quality and surface type can affect the performance and safety of real or artificial sports fields and pitches. Injuries can occur when players slip or fall, which may lead to dislocations, fractures or sprains and strains.
- Forests – cycling tracks offering a chance to ride off road can be problematic if those responsible for their upkeep fail to notice erosion, holes or obstacles. Fallen trees or large rocks on trails may lead to collisions resulting in concussions, lacerations or spinal damage.