The Kentish town of Wye can be found around twelve miles from Canterbury. It is a pretty, pleasant place and was voted third best place to live in the United Kingdom according to the annual Sunday Times survey. One of the lesser known facts about the village is that there was once a National Hunt Racecourse here.
The first runners made their way around the tight track in 1849. The track continued to operate under the financial assistance of the Long family until improvements were requested by the Jockey Club in 1974. Unable to raise the funds the course was forced to close so the racing world lost another venue. However the tight track was only just around a mile in diameter and was becoming unsuited to the needs of the modern thoroughbred.
Horse racing is a highly dangerous game not only for the horses and jockeys but also for those involved in other aspects of the sport where the handling of horses is required. These are highly tuned athletes whose flight instinct has been used to its greatest effect. Because of this they react very quickly and even in the most carefully prepared instances an accident can happen. When the racecourse was in operation it would have been impossible to find an injury solicitor working for no win no fee* in Wye as this was not something that had ever been heard of.
It is still not such as easy task as the village is so small.
No win no fee* in Wye – where are the solicitors?
Quite simply finding a solicitor working for no win no fee* in Wye will be a pretty challenging task and accident victims may need to try nearby Canterbury instead. Another alternative is to use the internet to look for national injury solicitors working no win no fee* in Wye. Using the internet has its advantages but also its disadvantages. How do you know, out of the list of names that appears in a search, who to trust?
Tips to finding a good no win no fee* solicitor
Find a company that has been working in the injury field for a good many years. Accident Advice Helpline is one such company and its solicitors have been helping accident victims for over 15 years.
A good company will be easy to contact with a clearly displayed telephone number; they should also be offering free advice to new callers. You can contact Accident Advice Helpline twenty four hours a day seven days a week on 0800 689 0500. There is even a mobile friendly number: 0333 500 0993.
You should look for a company that comes with recommendations. Accident Advice Helpline has the support of Dame Esther Rantzen. A recommendation cannot come much higher than that given her history of being a champion for consumer rights in the United Kingdom.
You may not find local solicitors working for no won no fee* in Wye, but Accident Advice Helpline is here to help.
Call them today and start your claim for personal injury compensation.
Date Published: 23rd February 2014