The village of Great Durnford is located in the Woodford Valley, just north of the historic town of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. It has a lively community, complete with its own cricket team currently playing in the Hampshire Cricket League Regional Division 3 (NW) and meeting regularly once a week to play in the 2nd Division of the Salisbury Wednesday Evening League.
A particular popular feature of the village is the Black Horse public house, a favourite with walkers, who visit the area for its spectacular countryside walks in the valley. In summer the pub throws a BBQ for guests and in winter the low beamed ceilings, crackling fire and cosy interior of the Black Horse entice guests to stay and linger over a well kept beer and delicious lunch.
Traditional country pubs are sadly disappearing at an alarming rate. For centuries they served, together with the village shop and post office, as the focal point of the village, where local residents met, exchanged news and gossip and kept in touch with local affairs.
They were places you could go to in an emergency and use their phone before the advent of public telephone boxes and mobile phones. If you got lost in the countryside as a walker, there was always a country pub where you could ask for a directions and a friendly landlord would help you out over a pint. Today, if you have an accident in the countryside, perhaps because you have tripped and fallen on an uneven path, you are in serious trouble, unless you have a mobile phone.
What then if you have an accident on somebody’s field, crossing land that should be secured with fencing and carry a warning sign because a grumpy bull is roaming freely? In the countryside where the public often have access to isolated lanes and must cross fields to get to their next hiking trail, it is quite possible to become the victim of an attack by angry cattle. You can make an injury claim in Great Durnford against a negligent owner, if you can prove that you were not at fault and your accident happened within the last 3 years.
Where can you make a work injury claim in Great Durnford?
Why not save time and effort? Instead of ringing round numerous law firms in Salisbury, just call tAccident Advice Helpline for honest expert advice. Calls are free on 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 and you can speak to an advisor every day of the week, 24 hours a day. You’ll never get an answerphone, but a friendly person ready to listen.
All Accident Advice Helpline legal partners provide no win no fee* services; this will allow you to start your claims process without having to make an upfront payment for legal fees or pay anything during the claims process either.
If you’re not sure you qualify for making a work injury claim in Great Durnford, visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete a simple test that takes just 30 seconds of your time. Answer 4 questions about your accident and a compensation calculator will estimate instantly how much compensation you might be entitled to.