Llanidloes is a small town found on the route of the A470 road in the Powys region of Wales, within the United Kingdom. The town is close to a large dam which forms the Llyn Clywedog reservoir, and is also ideally placed for hikers being so close to a large number of scenic footpaths.
The Etymology And History Of Llanidloes
Llanidloe’s name is thought to have come from the early seventh century Welsh saint, St Idloe, with Llan-Idloes therefore taken to mean ‘the church of St Idloe’. It is believed that the settlement which came to be Llanidloes has been in existence since around the mid to late ninth century, but the first recorded evidence of the settlement comes from 1289 when it was granted a charter to hold a market.
During the 19th century, the town became an important centre for the lead and silver mining industries, as well as for flannel production, but also became known as a key location in the industrial unrest brought about by the Chartists at this time. These traditional industries eventually declined and it was this which ensured that Llanidloes didn’t grow to be a major urban centre.
Today, Llanidloes tends to derive most of its income from tourism, and supports a relatively healthy sized population of around 3,000. This means that the town is not a major centre of population but it does host enough of a population to mean that accidents and injuries can be fairly common in the area. This, in turn, means that residents of the town do need to know about the claims process and it is information on this subject which will form the remainder of this article. So, we will now begin with an explanation of the term no win no fee Llanidloes residents.
What Is The Meaning Of No Win No Fee Llanidloes Residents?
Do you fully understand what is actually meant by the phrase no win no fee Llanidloes residents? It’s not surprising if you don’t as it is often quoted but little understood, so in the simplest possible terms the phrase no win no fee Llanidloes residents, means that if your compensation case is for any reason unsuccessful, you have absolutely nothing at all to pay – not a penny. So you really do have nothing to lose.
Who Can Help With Such A Claim?
If you now feel you may want to pursue such a compensation claim, then the best people you can call are Accident Advice Helpline. Accident Advice Helpline has over 13 years of experience within the field and their friendly and professional advisers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on either freephone 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 for free on your mobile.
Date Published: 18th April 2014
Author: David Brown