With a population of just under 75,500, the bustling, historic Northamptonshire market town of Wellingborough has been earmarked for steady growth in the years ahead.
The A45 dual carriageway which skirts the south of the town connects the A14 and the M1 and the A45 provides a link to places like Northampton, Peterborough and other towns. There are also plenty of bus and train links, and some 2,500 registered businesses covering a wide range of industries, so the town is a busy place.
It’s generally very safe, but, in all the hustle and bustle, and with quite a lot going on accidents regrettably can and do happen – on the roads and the rest of the transport network, in public spaces and in workplaces.
The good news if you’re unlucky enough to have an accident locally is that, if you are able to prove another party was at fault and the incident took place no longer than three years ago, you may well be eligible to put in a personal injury compensation claim.
If you’ve had an accident in the area and are looking for public injury compensation, your first thought may be to try and find a Wellingborough accident advice law firm. But instruct us at Accident Advice Helpline, and you’ll have the backing of a well-established, highly experienced law firm supporting your case and helping you to claim the maximum amount to which you are entitled.
Had a Wellingborough accident? Get in touch today
At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help whether you’ve had a Wellingborough accident or a mishap anywhere else in the UK.
- APIL accreditation
- The support of consumer campaigner and television presenter Esther Rantzen
- An excellent track record in settling claims for a wide range of accident types
- Trained, professional advisers
- A policy of not pressurising anyone who decides not to pursue their claim
- A 30-second online calculator – see at a glance how much your claim may potentially be worth
What’s more, most of our claims are settled over the phone, so if you’re worried about having to appear in court, you needn’t be concerned.
Remember the golden rules – someone else must be to blame for your accident and it needs, in most cases, to have happened no longer than three years ago.
Call our confidential 24-hour helpline today.
Date Published: 11th July 2014
Author: Jan Newell