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    No win no fee* in Lossiemouth


    The history of Lossiemouth

    The first significant settlement which is now a part of Lossiemouth was that of Stotfield, which now forms the north western area of the town. This was then succeeded and added to by ‘the Seatown’, which is an area of settlement between the canal and the river made up of 52 houses, most of which are historic fishermen’s cottages.

    A new harbour was then constructed at the mouth of the River Lossie in the eighteenth century and it was this which led to the development of the 18th century planned town of Lossiemouth that subsumed and expanded upon the previous settlements.

    The final stage of the town’s development then came in the 19th century with the growth of the Branderburgh section of town, which now encompasses the whole of Coulard Hill.

    Modern Lossiemouth

    Equally important as the history of the town, Lossiemouth’s current economic situation is well worth discussing. Today, much of the employment of residents of the town comes from either the nearby RAF base or from the close city of Elgin, with the town’s traditional fishing industry providing very few jobs.

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    The fact that so many of Lossiemouth’s residents do travel away from the town for work also tells us therefore, that traffic can be an issue in the area, as can be the subsequent problems surrounding road traffic accidents.

    Road traffic accidents and no win no fee* Lossiemouth claims

    The high levels of commuter traffic and subsequent heightened chance of road traffic accidents makes it important for you to consider personal injury compensation and the meaning of the term no win no fee* Lossiemouth residents.

    It is for this reason that we will now discuss both compensation as a whole and the phrase no win no fee* Lossiemouth related in a little more detail.

    What is personal injury compensation?

    Personal injury compensation is a means by which victims of accidents and injuries which were not their fault, such as many road traffic accidents, can gain reparation for the pain which they have suffered.

    What is meant by no win no fee*?

    When someone talks about a claim that is no win no fee* Lossiemouth residents, they are referring to a situation in which the claimant will not pay any money at all for the professional support they receive in making their claim until they are successful in receiving compensation.

    Accident Advice Helpline can offer a great deal more insight into the issue and you can reach them on either: 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0992.

    Date Published: 3rd May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.