Lostwithiel is a small town and civil parish within the ceremonial county of Cornwall in the south west of England. The town is situated close to the southern coast of the county and is found within the valley of the River Fowey, near to the main A390 road from Truro to Tavistock.
Etymology of The Town’s Name
There is no doubt that the town has a somewhat unusual name, but there is much debate as to the origin of this name. There have largely been three different prevailing opinions as to the etymology of Lostwithiel’s name and these have risen and then waned in popularity.
Modern Day Lostwithiel
Whatever the origins of the settlement’s name, there is no doubt that modern day Lostwithiel is an interesting and lively town. This is demonstrated by the plethora of events held in the town which include an arts and crafts festival, a week long carnival in the summer, a beer festival, food and cider festivals in the October, and a Dickensian evening in December. This high level of activity in Lostwithiel does have some drawbacks however, such as the fact that the high footfall of people at these events can lead to a higher number of accidents and injuries.
Accidents, Injuries and No Win, No Fee* in Lostwithiel Claims
It is this possibility of a greater number of accidents and injuries therefore, which makes it important for you to understand compensation and no win, no fee* in Lostwithiel. So, do you know what people are referring to when they say ‘no win, no fee*’ claims? Well, in short, what people do mean when they talk about no win, no fee* in Lostwithiel claims is that the claim is a type of personal injury claim where costs for professional support are not payable until the claimant receives a compensation award. To find out more, or to begin such a claim, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile.