No Win No Fee* in Lutterworth


Lutterworth is a civil parish and market town within the Harborough district of the county of Leicestershire in the East Midlands of England. The town is found in the far south of the county and is approximately 6.8 mi north of Rugby, in Warwickshire and 15 mi south of Leicester.

The History Of Lutterworth

Lutterworth’s name is thought to have derived from the Old Norse name Lutter’s Vordig, which can be translated as ‘Luther’s farm’ and this demonstrates just how long there has been human settlement in the area. Settlement has been fairly continuous from this early point and the town was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 before being granted its royal charter as a market town in 1214.

In more recent history, Lutterworth is probably best known for being the location of the British Thomson-Houston works, at which Sir Frank Whittle developed and built some of the first jet engines in the world, during the late 1930’s and early 1940’s.

Modern Day Controversy In Lutterworth

In the modern day the main source of employment in the Lutterworth area comes from the Magna Park logistics and distribution centre, which can be found approximately two and a half miles to the west of the town. This brings obvious benefits to the town and its inhabitants but it also brings a few issues too and one of these has created a great deal of recent controversy. This issue is that of heavy vehicular traffic, as it is estimated that some 3,000 heavy goods vehicles pass through the town every day which creates a heightened level of both pollution and road traffic accidents. It is the second of these consequences, therefore, which explains why it will be worth your while to learn more about compensation and the expression ‘no win, no fee*’ in Lutterworth.

Compensation and No Win No Fee* Lutterworth Claims

As has been touched upon already, it is the increased amount of vehicular traffic and subsequently accidents which makes it necessary for you to understand compensation and the term ‘no win, no fee*’ Lutterworth claims. This is because it is that which makes it more likely that you may one day need to make a claim, as personal injury compensation is available when you are injured and it was somebody else’s fault, with road accidents being a significant source of claims. What’s more, when a claim is no win no fee* Lutterworth residents, it means that you will pay nothing at all until you are successful in gaining compensation.

If you think you may be entitled to make one of these types of claims, then you will want to contact Accident Advice Helpline on either 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 if you are using your mobile phone.

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