Long Crendon is a village and civil parish situated within the Aylesbury Vale district of the ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire in central England. The village can be found approximately 3 miles (5 km) west of Haddenham and 2 miles (3 km) north-west of Thame in neighbouring Oxfordshire. The ‘Crendon’ part of the settlement’s name is thought to derive from the Old English Creodone, meaning ‘Creoda’s Hill’, and the affix of ‘Long’ was added at the time of the English Civil War to differentiate the settlement from the nearby village of Grendon whose name was also adapted to Grendon Underwood.
Historical Long Crendon
After the Norman Conquest of 1066 and the creation of the Domesday Book in 1086, the manor of Crendon was granted to the then Earl of Buckingham, but through the years has passed through the hands of the royal family, Oxford University and the Earls of March. In the modern day however, the settlement falls within the estate of the Marquis of Buckingham, who also has the subsidiary title of being the Lord of the Manor of Long Crendon.
Long Crendon Today
The modern village of Long Crendon supports a healthy sized population of close to two and a half thousand residents, which means that it does include a number of facilities not often seen in a village. These include a ‘gastro pub’ to supplement the village’s other two public houses, an Indian restaurant and a hairdressers. This is an obvious advantage to residents who can have the idyllic rural lifestyle of a village but still enjoy these kinds of facilities. However, the greater size of population also makes other issues pertinent in Long Crendon which would never normally rear their heads as a part of village life.
Accidents, Injuries, Compensation And No Win No Fee* Long Crendon Claims
A key area of discussion which is relevant to Long Crendon but not to many other villages is that of accidents and injuries which could lead to compensation claims, as these are more likely due to the higher level of population. Therefore, it becomes far more important for you to know what is meant by the phrase no win no fee* Long Crendon residents. When somebody does refer to no win no fee* Long Crendon claims, they are referring to a type of personal injury claim where the claimant takes no financial risk, but instead the risk is taken by the lawyers fighting the case. If for any reason the claim is unsuccessful, the claimant doesn’t pay anything at all.
So, now that you know what is meant by no win no fee* Long Crendon claims, all that is left is to suggest who you should turn to, to pursue such a claim and the very best people to seek help from are Accident Advice Helpline. You can speak to their friendly advisers by calling either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992.