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Injury solicitors in Rothes

The town of Rothes in Moray, Scotland, lies on the banks of the Spey, just 10 miles south of Elgin. It’s thought that there has been a settlement here since AD600 and today the population is around 1,252 (2011 census). The town is renowned for its distilleries – there are four in total.

If you’ve been injured either whilst out and about in Rothes; whilst working in the area or in some other type of accident, you might be considering making a personal injury claim with injury solicitors in Rothes. But it’s probably a far better idea to choose a specialist firm of injury lawyers with over 15 years’ experience – that’s where Accident Advice Helpline comes in.

Distillery injuries

As an example, distilleries can be a dangerous place if you’re not cautious, and those working in a distillery will need to undergo health and safety training to ensure that they stay safe at work. There’s the risk of being injured in an explosion, suffering burns and scalds or being injured by heavy machinery, as well as the more common risks, like repetitive strain injury or manual handling injuries. If you’ve been hurt whilst working at a distillery or another business in Rothes and you feel that your employer is to blame, you could contact injury solicitors in Rothes to make a personal injury claim, or you could get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline.

We’ve been endorsed by our patron, TV personality Dame 0800 689 5659 today. There’s a three-year time limit in place for injury claims, so you could get in touch today and get the ball rolling on your claim. Whether you have suffered minor injuries or life-changing injuries such as facial or eye injuries, we can help you get the compensation you deserve. Our personal injury lawyers work on a no win no fee basis, which means you don’t need to worry about how you’ll pay expensive legal fees upfront.