Accident Solicitors Hull No Win No Fee

Kingston upon Hull is a City in the East Riding.]It has an estimated population of 250,000. The City is built on the River Hull and has a Royal heritage. The town of Hull was founded late in the 12th century, becoming a port for the Cistercian Abbeys estate wool to be exported. The junction of the rivers Hull and Humber was the logical place to build the port.

Named Kings-town upon Hull by Edward II in 1299, Hull remained Royalist through the English Civil War and has traded as a maritime polis for centuries, providing a solution to the Royal Navy to the problem of charting longitude in the form of a son of Hull and clock maker, James Harrison. Another notable 18th-century Hullite, Member of Parliament, William Wilberforce lead the campaign for the abolition of the slave trade by Britons.

The city is famed for having had a locally owned telephone system from 1902, having cream, instead of red, telephone boxes and the sale of the company provided the capital to build the sports stadium now home to the World famous Rugby League team Hull FC.

After suffering heavy damage in the Second World War Hull suffered a period of post-industrial decline, but maintained cultural identity through sport ( including Premier League football and a second World famous Rugby League club in Kingston Rovers) and becoming the home of the Poet Philip Larkin at Hull University . In the early 21st-century the city is transformed by  new retail, commercial, housing and public service construction and looks forward to show casing itself as UK City of Culture in 2017, which will see amongst many other events, the local gallery host the Turner Prize.

As Larkin wrote, ‘People are slow to leave [Hull], quick to return. And there are others who come, as they think, for a year or two, and stay a lifetime, sensing that they have found a city that is in the world, yet sufficiently on the edge of it to have a different resonance.’

Service areas in Hull:

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

  • Anlaby Park, The Avenues, Bransholme,
  • Dairycoates, Drypool, East Ella,
  • Garden Village, Garrison Side, Gipsyville,
  • Reatfield, Inglemire, Kingswood, Longhill,
  • Marfleet, Mile Hous, Newland, Newland Park,
  • North Carr, Orchard Park, Sculcoates,
  • Southcoates, Stepney, Stoneferry,
  • Summergangs, Sutton Ings, Sutton on Hull,
  • Victoria Dock Village, West Carr, Wilmington
  • and all other major towns and cities in England and Wales.

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