Loughborough is a town which can be found within the Charnwood borough of the county of Leicestershire, in the East Midlands region of England. It is one of the many active and popular university towns in Britain, and this article will talk a little about the town itself before moving on to discuss another important issue.
This is that of personal injury compensation and the phrase no win no fee Loughborough residents, which is an important subject for your town as it is for many other locations across the UK.
The town of Loughborough
If you mention Loughborough to a member of the public in the UK they are most likely to talk about the town’s university and its reputation as being a top class facility for sport, sports science and other such disciplines.
Whilst this is a laudable thing for the town to be known for, there are a couple of other lesser known and equally interesting facts about Loughborough which residents of the town itself may not even know. For instance, in 1841 Loughborough was in fact the starting point for the first ever package tour, organised by Thomas Cook who were at the time a temperance group based in Leicester. What’s more, Loughborough is also home to the world’s largest bell foundry, known as John Taylor Bellfounders, which has made bells for the likes of St Paul’s Cathedral and York Minster.
Personal injury compensation and no win no fee Loughborough claims
According to the most recent census, Loughborough has a population of close to 60,000 and this makes it a very significant urban area. What this also means therefore is that it is important for you to at least partially understand the issue of personal injury compensation and what is meant by no win no fee Loughborough claims.
This is the case as areas of higher population tend to see more claims due to their higher rates of accidents and injuries, particularly with a large number of university students in the town and the visitor numbers that this generates. It is with this in mind, therefore, that the remainder of this article will explain when compensation may be available and will then give a definition of the term no win no fee Loughborough residents.
When may compensation be available?
Personal injury compensation can be claimed if you have been injured or have fallen ill and it was demonstrably the fault of another party.
What does no win no fee mean?
When a claim is described as no win no fee, it means that the claimant only pays their legal bill if the case is resolved in their favour.
Accident Advice Helpline have over 14 years’ worth of experience of administering such claims, and if you wish to find out more you can contact them on: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.
Date Published: 3rd May 2014
Author: Emma Matthews