Romford is situated in the district of Havering. To the north and east Havering is bordered by the Essex countryside, to the south by a three mile River Thames frontage, and to the west by the neighbouring boroughs of Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham. The borough’s history stretches back to Roman times, when there were settlements at Rainham and Collier Row.
Located on the outskirts of Romford, Durolitum was a staging post on the main road from London to Colchester, the oldest recorded town in England.
With 108 parks across Havering, you don’t have to go far to find a tranquil spot to relax in, including Bedford’s Park – one of Havering’s largest parks and home to a herd of red deer. The meadow and mature woodland provide a breath-taking backdrop to enjoy the great outdoors.
Clockhouse Gardens is a small, peaceful, ornamental garden right in the heart of Upminster where the medieval moat in the park attracts swans and a variety of wildfowl.
No win no fee in Romford
For the people who live or work in Romford or surrounding areas of Havering we have the No win no fee in Romford team at Accident Advice Helpline. The No win no fee in Romford team is a team of in house solicitors who take on accident compensation claims for people seeking cash compensation after they ahve suffered injuries due to accidents which were not their own fault. The no win no fee in Romford team can deal with all sorts of injury claims. Due to being in the business for over a decade they have vast experience and can advise and help you on any injury. For example if you have suffered a broken bones injury they can help you.
A fracture is a broken bone. It requires medical attention. If the broken bone is the result of major trauma or injury, call an emergency services number. Also call for emergency help if:
- The person is unresponsive, isn’t breathing or isn’t moving. Begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if there’s no respiration or heartbeat.
- There is heavy bleeding.
- Even gentle pressure or movement causes pain.
- The limb or joint appears deformed.
- The bone has pierced the skin.
- The extremity of the injured arm or leg, such as a toe or finger, is numb or bluish at the tip.
- You suspect a bone is broken in the neck, head or back.
- You suspect a bone is broken in the hip, pelvis or upper leg (for example, the leg and foot turn outward abnormally).
If the broken bone/ bones are the result of an accident that was not your own fault then you are entitled to make a compensation claim and should contact the no win no fee in Romford team.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 22nd February 2014