Have you been the victim of an accident which you were not to blame if? If so then the no win no fee in Rothbury team at Accident Advice Helplien are here to help.
No win no fee in Rothbury
The no win no fee in Rothbury team within Accident Advice Helpline is just one of our fantastic in house no win no fee teams. All of our teams including the no win no fee in Rothbury team are dedicated to helping and supporting people by assisting them with their accident compensation claim and ensuring that they get the cash compensation they deserve.
For those who don’t know where the no win no fee in Rothbury team are based let us tell you a little bit more about Rothbury.
Rothbury is a market town which straddles the River Coquet. The town has a pleasing mix of old stone and newer brick-built properties. Although technically a town with a proposal a year or so back to install a town mayor (defeated) everyone still tends to call it a village and it has a village feel about it. Shops, hotels and houses are clustered on the sloping banks of the river which bisects the village with the majority of the commercial properties situated on the north side. From all sides the views are magnificent – Cragside, Blaeberry Hill, Simonside, and in the far distance, the Cheviots.
Rothbury has something to offer throughout the year: In spring clear fresh air, fast flowing streams and crystal clear river. In summer it is a sheltered and warm central area,with a variety of small specialist shops.
Rothbury has had a turbulent history. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries the Coquet Valley was a pillaging ground for bands of Reivers who attacked and burned the town with terrifying frequency. Near the town’s impressive All Saints’ Parish Church stands the doorway and site of the seventeenth century Three Half Moons Inn.
A mile to the east of the town lies Cragside, the first house in the world to be lit by hydro electricity. To the west you pass through some of the most exquisite and peaceful countryside in Northumberland. To the south is Simonside, the Sacred Mountain and to the north lie the bleak Alnwick moors
Rothbury is the ideal base for exploring Northumberland. The coast, just twenty miles east, is a designated: “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” and holds such treasures as castles, golden beaches and Holy Island, (Lindisfarne). Hadrian’s Wall, the Cheviots and the Scottish Border are all within easy travelling distance.
If you live within the wonderful area of Rothbury and have suffered an ccident that was not your own fault then please call the no win no fee in Rothbury 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