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    No Win No Fee in London Bridge


    When a Londoner, or someone talking about London, mentions London Bridge there are a number of different things which they could be referring to.

    London Bridge – The Bridge

    The simple name of London Bridge technically refers to a crossing of the River Thames between the City of London and Southwark, close to the very centre of the capital city. The crossing has had a number of different incarnations through history, but the current bridge is a box girder type crossing constructed mostly from concrete and steel. It opened to traffic in 1973 and had been constructed to replace a 19th century, stone arched crossing.

    London Bridge – The Station

    If someone does talk about London Bridge, however, they could also be talking about the major railway station and transport interchange which shares the name of the river crossing. This station is gargantuan in size and actually includes nine terminal platforms and six through platforms for services from the south and south east of London. As well as being notable for its size, London Bridge is also well-known as one of the oldest stations in the world having been opened originally on the 14th December 1836 as simply ‘the London Station’.

    London Bridge – The Area

    As if two possible definitions of the term London Bridge weren’t enough, the phrase is often used by local Londoners to describe the wider area of the city which surrounds both the river crossing and the railway station. The area in question in this context is a colloquial one, in that it has no official definition but even if you only consider the smallest possible area to surround the river crossing and station it is clear that the region is a busy and bustling one. This means that the geographical area of London Bridge plays host to a large footfall of people on a daily basis and this makes it relevant for you to research compensation and expressions like no win no fee London Bridge visitors.

    No Win No Fee London Bridge Claims

    It is indeed relevant for you to learn about compensation and terms such as no win no fee London Bridge visitors, as the busy nature of the area does make accidents and injuries of the type which may lead you to claim, more likely. To let you know what is meant by no win no fee London Bridge claims, they refer to a type of claim where your lawyer takes the risk not you. So if your claim doesn’t result in a compensation award, there is nothing to pay. If this has piqued your interest and makes you think you could pursue such a claim, then you would benefit from seeking the expert assistance of Accident Advice Helpline by calling either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992.

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    Date Published: 19th April 2014

    Author: David Brown

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