Accident Solicitors No Win No Fee Carlisle‏

Carlisle is a city in Cumbria at the confluence of the rivers  Eden,  Caldew and Petteril. It has a population 75,000. History abounds in Carlisle, as is the Northernmost stronghold of England before one reaches Scotland 10 miles away.

As a Roman settlement, it served the forts on Hadrians Wall. The Castle was built in 1092. In the early 12th century Henry I granted the foundation of a priory in the City, gaining that status in the process in 1133 when the priory became  a cathedral. St Cuthbert visited the City and looked at the walls. After the Battle of Naseby near Northampton during the civil war, Carlisle was besieged for a long time. Thirty one Jacobites were executed in Carlisle in 1745.

Wealth came from the woollen industry and the presence of lots of water for mills to be powered. Sadly the tendency to flood has hit the City hard in 2015. The average rainfall in December is 85mm. Today wealth is best provided by the local haulage firm, Stobarts and entertainment is to be had at Carlisle FC were Peter Beardsley and Stan Bowles both played. Elton John appeared in Carlisle in 2007. Barrow Rugby League famously won the Lancashire Cup (now defunct) in 1983, beating Widnes despite having a notably worse team. Grace Dent and Melvyn Bragg are both from Carlisle.

Service areas in Carlisle:

We offer our accident claim services right across Carlisle and the surrounding boroughs of:

  • Belah and Lowry Hill, Belle Vue,
  • Botcherby, Brampton & District,
  • Castle, Currock,
  • Dalston & Cummersdale,
  • Denton Holme & Longsowerby,
  • Harraby, Longtown & Bewcastle,
  • Morton, St Aidans,
  • Stanwix Urban, Upperby,
  • Wetheral & Stanwix Rural,
  • Yewdale
  • and all other major towns and cities in England and Wales

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