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    No Win No Fee* in Lower Largo


    Lower Largo is a village within the area of Fife in Scotland, which can also sometimes be known as the Seatown of Largo. The village is situated on Largo Bay, on the north side of the Firth of Forth and is to the north and East of the city of Edinburgh. The village’s biggest claim to fame is as the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk in 1676, who was the inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe.

    The Coming And The Going Of The Railway

    Lower Largo’s fortunes over the years have been inextricably linked to the railways, with the coming of the railway to the area in the middle of the 19th century bringing prosperity through tourism. However, the village was one of many which suffered from Dr Beeching’s cuts in the 1960’s and lost its railway station at this time, leading to a downturn in tourism, popularity and economic activity. It is for this reason therefore that Lower Largo is not a particularly large settlement today. This may also well be why you don’t often discuss things like compensation and ‘no win, no fee*’, Lower Largo residents, but maybe you should.

    Accidents, Compensation And No Win No Fee* Lower Largo Claims

    It is fair to say that living in a smaller village does make the kind of accident which could cause a compensation claim less likely, but it is an unfortunate fact that it doesn’t mean that you could never get injured in such an incident. This is the case as accidents can occur entirely out of the blue, and it is for this reason that you need to know about compensation and phrases such as ‘no win, no fee*’ Lower Largo claims.

    Why Is Personal Injury Compensation Sometimes Awarded?

    According to UK law, a person is entitled to claim personal injury compensation if they have been injured or have fallen ill due to the actions of another party, be that an individual or an organisation. This compensation is designed to help the victim cope with the physical, emotional and financial difficulties which their accident causes.

    What Does No Win No Fee* Mean?

    When somebody describes a claim as a no win no fee* Lower Largo claim, it means that the claimant does not pay a penny unless their case is ultimately resolved in their favour and they receive a compensation award. There is no better company at advising you on these types of claim, as well as handling such claims for you, than Accident Advice Helpline and you can seek their assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling either 0800 689 0500 on your landline or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile phone.

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    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.