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    Whiplash injury in Rowington


    Whiplash injury in Rowington

    Rowington is a village in Warwickshire. The manor of Rowington was once owned by Catherine Parr, the last of Henry VIII’s six wives and the lucky one who outlived him. If you are walking along the Heart of England Way, you will go through Rowington. You may also pass close by it if you are holidaying on the Grand Union Canal. Of course you are in Shakespeare country in Warwickshire, and he is reputed to have written As You Like It in Shakespeare Hall in Rowington Green which was owned by some of his relatives. It is thought that Rowington was established by the Anglo-Saxons sometime after the 6th century AD, as its original name was Hrocingatum which means ‘the homestead of Hroca’s people.’ At that time it would probably have been in a natural clearing in the dense forest which was later known as the Forest of Arden. Kingswood Manor House in Rowington is a Grade II listed building, built during the 17th century.

    Are you suffering with a whiplash injury in Rowington?

    You may have had a whiplash injury in Rowington and be thinking of filing a personal injury compensation claim. You may be asking yourself if you have grounds for doing so and wondering how to start your claim. If you can prove that the accident in which you sustained your whiplash injury in Rowington was not your fault, then you might be able to make a claim. However, if you sustained your whiplash injury near Rowington because you hit a wild deer, you would not be able to make a claim for your injuries. That is because there must be another person whose fault your accident was; you need to be able to file a claim against a person. You will also need a copy of your medical report so you should have seen a doctor as soon as possible after your accident.

    Accidents involving deer

    If you live in the Warwickshire countryside, you will probably see a lot of wild deer. The peak season for road accidents involving deer is the autumn, because it is the mating season and rutting time. Part of the reason also is that there is more traffic on the roads at dawn and dusk, because of the shorter days, and it is at these times that deer are active. According to the Deer Initiative the deer population could be around 2 million, a number not seen since the Norman Conquest.

    Accident Advice Helpline

    If you need information or expert legal advice about any potential personal injury compensation claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline. You can do this at any time as our freephone lines will be open as always. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or, from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. Call now and find out if you have grounds for filing a personal injury compensation claim.

    Date Published: 27th July 2014

    Author: leva20

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