No Win No Fee* Blyth
One of the biggest regions that can be found in Northumberland, Blyth is a large town, with a population that is actually quite high, comprising of around 35,000 people. One of the more famous parts of the area is the port, as the town of Blyth is near the coast.
Because it has a relatively large port, the town was known to be a shipbuilding town from as early as the 12th century. Because of its heavy reliance on the industry of shipbuilding, it suffered greatly in the 18th century, when demand for such industries had fallen. However in spite of this, the area has undergone a heavy revitalisation in recent times and this can be seen with the building of the Keel Row shopping centre.
Because the town is near many other larger towns, it is often used as a commuter town by those looking to travel to the larger towns, yet wish to benefit from the lower rent prices that might be found in areas such as Blyth.
Commuting in Blyth
Commuting is something that many people have to do on a day to day basis, though if precautions are not taken ahead of time, there is a chance that injuries could occur as a result. There are many forms of commuting that could take place and the injuries that could occur differ because of this. For example, you might suffer from a whiplash injury whilst you are driving in a car, though you’re not likely to get whiplash on a bike.
In any case, should you find that you’ve been injured whilst commuting, whether it be on a bike, or whilst driving a car, it is important that you go through the effort of tracking and detailing everything that has happened. This is because you might be able to make a personal injury claim, especially if the injury was caused by no fault of your own.
No win No Fee* Blyth Solicitors
With the help of companies such as Accident Advice Helpline, you’ll be able to see if you have a case when it comes to making a personal injury claim. There are two ways in which you can get started, the first is to call them on their 24/7 helpline 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Alternatively, you could consider using the 30 second test on their website which will give you an estimate in terms of how much you might be able to claim.
Though making a personal injury claim is a relatively easy process, you’ll want to ensure that you’re doing things as quickly as possible as you only have three years to use the services of some no win no fee* Blyth lawyers, should you want to process a personal injury claim.
Date Published: 23rd January 2014
Author: David Brown