Accidents happen all the time. Sometimes it does not matter what you do or how safe you try to be when out and about you can still find yourself the victim of an accident. This is because the actions and behaviours of others can cause accidents and innocent people can find themselves caught up in accidents through no fault of their own. If these innocent people suffer injuries as a result of an accident caused by another person, then these innocent people can make an accident compensation claim. This can be done on a no win no fee* basis with a little help from the no win no fee* in Rhuddlan team at Accident Advice Helpline.
No win no fee* in Rhuddlan
The no win no fee* in Rhuddlan team does exactly what it says, it helps the people of Rhuddlan and surrounding areas make a no win no fee* compensation claim for their accident injuries.
Rhuddlan is not just well known for the no win no fee* in Rhuddlan team. It is also famous for the spectacular Rhuddlan Castle.
Rhuddlan may not be as well known as some of the north Wales castles, yet it shares much in common with its illustrious neighbours. Like Caernarfon and Conwy, it was built as one of the ‘iron ring’ of fortresses by the English monarch, Edward I, in his late 13th century campaigns against the Welsh.
Rhuddlan’s massive twin-towered gatehouse (heralding the inner core of a characteristic concentric ‘walls within walls’ system of defences) immediately catches the eye. But possibly the most impressive engineering achievement of the castle builders can be seen alongside the fortress. Although not immediately apparent to today’s visitors, Rhuddlan (almost 3 miles from the coast) was a castle that remained faithful to the Edwardian principle of seaborne access.
The clue lies in the unnaturally straight course of the River Clwyd alongside, which was canalised to allow provision of the castle by ship, a truly mammoth task involving 1,800 ditchers. Remains of a defended river gate still exist in the outer ring of walls, overlooked by the towers of the powerful diamond-shaped inner ward.
In 1284, the castle played a seminal role in the history of Welsh/English relations when the Statute of Rhuddlan was issued from here, a settlement that lasted until the Act of Union in 1536.
Whether you live in Rhuddlan, work in Rhuddlan or have simply visited to see the castle then we hope you have stayed safe and accident free. However for the unfortunate people who did find themselves in an accident, then the no win no fee* in Rhuddlan legal team is here to help. Call us on our free phone help line number and we can start your compensation claim today.
Date Published: 16th February 2014