An Injury Solicitor is somebody who will help you make a personal injury compensation claim after you have suffered injuries as the result of an accident that was not your own fault. If you are searching for a reputable injury solicitor to take on your personal injury claim, on a no win no fee basis, and help you seek cash compensation then look no further as you have discovered the no win no fee in Steeple Ashton team via Accident Advice Helpline.
No win no fee in Steeple Ashton
The No win no fee in Steeple Ashton Team at Accident Advice Helpline is just one of the in house teams with the company. Like all of the other fantastic teams the no win no fee in Steeple Ashton team can deal with all kinds of injury claims. We are here to help the people of Steeple Ashton with any sort of injury claim.
The village of Steeple Ashton lies about 3 miles east of Trowbridge. Its name is derived from the church tower. The parish formerly included the tithings of West Ashton, Great Hinton, Semington, and Littleton. The first two of these, and Semington and Littleton together, were assessed for poor rates separately from Steeple Ashton tithing, and so became civil parishes in the late 19th century. In 1883 small detached parts of Great Hinton and Semington were transferred to Hilperton. In 1894 the whole parish of Whaddon was transferred to Semington civil parish. In 1897 part of Steeple Ashton civil parish, containing a number of houses and a factory which were part of the built-up area of Trowbridge, was transferred to Trowbridge U.D.C. The detaching of West Ashton, Great Hinton, and Semington has left the modern civil parish of Steeple Ashton with a long projection extending westward to the Trowbridge boundary, dividing Semington and Hinton to the north from West Ashton to the south.
The village still retains something of the aspect of a small town. The principal street, called High Street, opens out into a green on which stand the market cross and a small lock-up or blindhouse, built in 1773. Most of the houses here stand directly by the road, without gardens. To the east of High Street are other streets called Church Street, the Strand, Dark Lane, and Silver Street. Several have stretches of cobbled pavement. The church stands at the north-east corner of the village, adjoining the manor house.
If you have suffered an injury as a direct result of an accident that wasn’t your own fault then please contact the no win no fee in Steeple Ashton Team at Accident Advice Helpline on our twenty four hour free phone helpline.
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Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown