Longham is a village which can be found within the Breckland District of the ceremonial county of Norfolk, in the East Anglia region of England. The village is situated approximately five miles to the north and west of Dereham and 11 miles to the south of Fakenham.
The village’s most famous son is probably Victorian photographer Robert Howlett whose best known work is his iconic photograph of world famous engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Longham in the modern age
Longham is without doubt a quiet and unassuming settlement with just 219 people living there according to the latest available census data from 2001. This sets the village apart from many larger population centres in that it doesn’t play host to a great deal of either economic activity or heavy vehicular traffic.
This does not however mean that the village can never be the location of accidents and injuries, and that means that Longham is not therefore set apart from the rest of society in sometimes needing to consider personal injury compensation.
Personal injury compensation and no win no fee* Longham claims
It is due to the fact that accidents and injuries can occur anywhere, that it remains important for you to be aware of the discourse surrounding compensation claims and terms such as no win no fee* Longham residents.
It is for this reason therefore, that you may benefit from reading the following definitions of personal injury compensation and no win no fee* Longham claims, before then reading on to find out who can help you in the event of a claim.
Personal injury compensation
An individual has a right to seek personal injury compensation if they have been injured or have fallen ill and it was due to the actions of another person or organisation. This entitlement to claim compensation is designed to allow these victims to gain reparation for the pain which they have suffered.
No win no fee*
When a claim is defined as being no win no fee* Longham residents, it means that the claimant will have not a penny to pay for the professional services they engage until they are successful in receiving their compensation. This therefore, removes the risk of somebody who cannot afford to pay the bill being left without the means to cover their costs if their case is unsuccessful. Now that these terms have been properly defined, we can move on to discuss who you should contact for help if you believe you are entitled to pursue a claim.
Who to Contact
The best people to contact in the event of a claim are undoubtedly Accident Advice Helpline; personal injury specialists with over 14 years’ worth of experience.
You can call them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.
Date Published: 3rd May 2014
Author: David Brown